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What is a mass tort claim?

Mass tort claims arise from injuries or other types of harm all stemming from the same product or situation. While these cases are similar to class action suits, with mass tort cases each plaintiff receives his or her own trial, according to HG.org. Conversely, with class action suits there is typically a single trial that encompasses all victims in pursuit of damages. The following are some other key point involving mass tort litigation. 

Can my employer tell me how to dress?

Dress and grooming codes are work are quite common. Some employers dictate that workers can't dye their hair certain colors or must wear a specific uniform to retain employment. While in many cases these codes of conduct are legal, employers do walk a fine line. Some rules can be construed as discriminatory when certain factors are in place. Being able to understand what is and isn't permissible is important for workers, as explained by WorkplaceFairness.org

Do car salespeople use deceptive practices?

Buying a car can be stressful enough on its own. You may also be subject to deceptive practices intended on bilking consumers out of money or convincing them to buy a vehicle that is not up to snuff. In this case, it's crucial that you're able to identify common deceptive sales tactics so you can avoid them whenever possible. To help you do just that, Bankrate offers the following information. 

Are life coaches scamming consumers?

Life coaches claim to have valuable inner wisdom, which they are willing to share with consumers when the price is right. While some life coaches actually help the people they work with by offering unique insight, others are only in it to make a profit. Determining which is which can be confusing for many people, especially when they're experiencing a stressful situation and are in need of assistance. If you're thinking about working with a life coach, Forbes recommends keeping the following points in mind. 

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