archiveApril 2020

Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Extends all Prior Orders and Deadlines Concerning COVID-19

On April 30, 2020, Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice, Tom Parker, issued an Order which extended all previously issued administrative orders related to COVID-19. As a result, the following rules will remain in place through May 15, 2020: All in-person court proceedings are suspended. Any workers’ compensation settlement hearing in any court may be conducted telephonically or by videoconferencing. Any workers’ compensation settlement may be approved by an ombudsman of the Alabama Department of Labor (ADOL) or by a circuit judge. If a workers’ compensation case pending in a court is settled with written approval of an ombudsman from the ADOL, that settlement shall result in the dismissal of the workers’ compensation claim pending in court.

Pretty Over It

 Hello everyone! I keep meaning to pull together a post and lately I've felt so smothered by everything that I really haven't been active much on the internets aside from the weekly theme post for FFA.  I kind of feel like all of my creativit...

Alaska weather patterns throughout the year

<p>Your guide to weather in Alaska and finding the best time to visit Despite what you may have heard, Alaska experiences all four seasons. And Alaska summers can be warm! Summer runs from May to August and while that may seem short, it brings mild, warm temperatures to the region. Depending on where you’re at […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Alaska weather patterns throughout the year</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">Gray Line Alaska</a>.</p>

Delivery Restaurants in Alaska

Perhaps you want to have your picnic lunch at a park in Alaska delivered directly to you, or maybe you are planning a romantic night inside your home in Juneau. No matter what your reason is for wanting delivery, you will find that there are many resta...
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