Switching to direct deposit for your paycheck often leads to a lack of interest when your employer hands you your pay stub. You don’t need to cash it so you really have no reason to check it. However, this apathy can lead to you being underpaid, whether accidentally or on purpose.
Once you switch to direct deposit, it is still important for you to go over every paycheck. Very simple... [Continue Reading]
Congrats on the new gig! It would seem that your hard work, resume updating, and endless interviewing has paid off. So now that you’ve been offered your new job, what’s next? The first thing you’ll want to do is iron out your wages. There is actually a lot more involved to this than simply finding out what your hourly rate is.
You’ll want to ask your employer... [Continue Reading]
In Arizona, you must deal with two separate court systems if you are charged with a DUI – the criminal court system and the administrative court system. At Phoenix DUI Law, we have gathered together the most reliable team of lawyers in Phoenix to make sure your rights are fully preserved in both systems.
What does the criminal court system do?
The criminal court system will determine... [Continue Reading]
Probably one of the most-dreadful days in a person's life is the notorious, "Wisdom teeth extraction day." Everyone I have encountered who discusses their medical history always remembers the dreadful day they got their wisdom teeth pulled.
Post extraction days will most likely be the worst couple days of pain the average person ever has to experience, and for that reason, people are always... [Continue Reading]
Amusement and theme parks are popular among kids and parents because of the promise of fun and the thrill of riding the many fun rides. The Walt Disney World is one such amazing park where people for to have fun. Usually, it is safe, and not many accidents happen there. However, there is always the occasional incident that the company usually tries to resolve outside the courts by paying off... [Continue Reading]
Car accidents can and do happen. The important thing is that everybody gets to go home at the end. No one likes being in an accident, but a bruise or even a laceration is always better than death. And to get proper treatment that will keep a seemingly minor injury from turning into something worse, you need have access to funds that will take care of your medical and hospital bills.
This is... [Continue Reading]
Car Accidents happen pretty frequently in the US. In fact, there are an estimated 6 million car accidents every year. Many of these only result in property damage and injuries, while a significant number results in fatalities.
Data released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in 2013 shows that there were 33,561 car accident fatalities in 2012. However, seeing as... [Continue Reading]
Don’t believe that you’ll always receive the best care and doctors will enforce best practices. Whether the doctor is incompetent, negligent, or makes a simple mistake with patient records, medical malpractices occur every day in America.
Some of the statistics are actually hard to believe.
The Top 10 Malpractice Stats
Failure to Diagnose or Misdiagnose – Most... [Continue Reading]
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BOSTON — Almost two years after twin bombings rocked the Boston Marathon, this city and the nation, the trial of suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev opened Wednesday with his lawyer admitting "It was him." Defense lawyer Judy Clarke pleaded with a federal jury ...
(Mar 4, 2015, USA TODAY)
The Wall Street Journal's profile of Michael Carvin, the attorney who argued for the plaintiffs today in King v. Burwell, is a fine example of how an empathetic news source can get better answers than a hostile one. The WSJ, after all, has been a ...
(Mar 4, 2015, Bloomberg)
The trial of the man accused of bombing the Boston Marathon two years ago has begun, with his defence lawyer telling the jury he committed the crime. "It was him," the lawyer said as she prepared to defend Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's actions by saying he had ...
(Mar 4, 2015, BBC News)
Tsarnaev's lawyers have made it clear they will try to show that at the time of the attack, Tsarnaev, then 19, looked up to his older brother, Tamerlan, 26, and was heavily influenced by him. They plan to portray Tamerlan as the mastermind of the ...
(Mar 4, 2015, WCVB Boston)
A long-time lawyer for New Orleans' public employment regulator, which has occasionally sparred with Mayor Mitch Landrieu, says City Hall hasn't paid him for work dating from 2013, according to a report in The Lens. Gilbert Buras, who advises the Civil ...
(Mar 4, 2015, NOLA.com)
WASHINGTON — In March 2012, a blunt-talking and rumpled lawyer named Michael A. Carvin told Supreme Court justices that President Obama's health care law was an unconstitutional attempt to “regulate every activity from cradle to grave.” He lost that ...
(Mar 4, 2015, New York Times)
Many state regulatory agencies are controlled by active members of the very professions they oversee. Last week, this fox-and-hen-house scenario was addressed by the United States Supreme Court, which ruled that such agencies are not immune to federal ...
(Mar 4, 2015, Forbes)
Anatoly G. Kucherena, the lawyer, told a news conference in Moscow on Tuesday that he was working with a team of American and German lawyers on legal issues that would allow for Mr. Snowden's return. Mr. Snowden is seeking a guarantee of a legal and ...
(Mar 4, 2015, New York Times)