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What to Look (out) for in a Nursing Home or Hospice Center

  According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), there are currently about 16,000 nursing homes housing about 1.5 million senior citizens across the country. While the idea of putting a family member in a hospice center or nursing home is an unpleasant one, if a loved one of any age needs attentive, on-going medical care in excess of what you can personally provide, it may... [Continue Reading]

3 Tips on Criminal Record Suspension

Making mistakes is just part of life, but in some cases, these mistakes can cost a person their freedom and their ability to do certain things. Having a criminal record can hold you back and make it nearly impossible to do things like get a good job or even travel. In Canada, they have what is called a criminal record suspension. This process will allow you to get the dings on your record... [Continue Reading]

Finding an affordable car accident lawyer

Have you been the victim of a car accident?  Did you suffer injuries as a result of the accident?  The truth is, car accidents can often lead to serious injuries, the kind of injuries that can dramatically impact virtually every aspect of a person’s life.  Often, these accidents are the result of careless or distracted driving, or driving while under the influence of drugs... [Continue Reading]

Things Most People Don’t Know About Liability (That You Should)

To be liable for something from a legal viewpoint means that you bear a responsibility for something under the law. To be more precise, you share in a liability that may translate into ramifications against your possessions or person. While everyone may or may not have a general idea of what this means, very few have a keen understanding of how much liability they personally have in a given... [Continue Reading]

How Do Other Countries Stack Up When It Comes To Paying Overtime Wages?

Putting in overtime hours can be bittersweet for most people. You are spending more time at your job instead of spending time doing what you want. However, for your extra time and effort, you are compensated at a higher than normal rate. It is a pretty fair trade off. We are all aware that citizens in the United States of America benefit from overtime pay. What about other countries though?... [Continue Reading]

How To Find A Solicitor For Personal Injury Claims

If you have been unfortunately subjected to personal injury due to someone’s negligence, you have every right to seek legal compensation. The injury might force you to encounter expensive medical treatments and could also hamper your job aspects- hence it’s smarter to consult a personal injury solicitor here who will guide you in obtaining the right level of legal compensation. The... [Continue Reading]

Beware Direct Deposit: Why You Should Always Check Your Pay Stubs

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]

5 Questions You Need To Ask Your New Employer About Hourly Wages

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]

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Former lawyer goes to 'war,' becomes local magician
SUN CITY CENTER – Just because he was a mediation lawyer for 46 years doesn't mean Jerome Levy, 73, can't be the life of the party. His parents were a French instructor and a substitute teacher, so it came as no surprise Levy became an excellent ...

When the right to a lawyer applies only if you have money
I'm not rich myself, but I come from privilege. If I were to find myself in a situation in which legal assistance would be useful, I have options. I have friends who are attorneys and other friends who know attorneys who could help. I have family ...

Verdicts' dismissal affirmed for lawyer
"The district court further expressed concern that, given the short amount of time that the jury deliberated, the jury had not adequately weighed the dense factual and legal issues in the case and had instead convicted Knight because he was Barber's ...

US Demands Release of 2 Detained Chinese Lawyers
The United States has called for the release of Chinese lawyer Zhang Kai and a group of religious figures, including Christian pastors, accused of threatening public order and national security. The U.S. ambassador to the U.N., Samantha Power, has also ...

Lawyer In Visa-MasterCard Antitrust Pact Got Confidential Information From Rival
A lawyer who is at the center of a controversy surrounding a record-setting $6 billion antitrust settlement acknowledged that she received confidential information from a rival lawyer to advise her client, according to a court filing late Tuesday ...

KC-area killer's execution back on after temporary delay
MISSOURI - UPDATE: Convicted murderer Roderick Nunley's execution is back on after the U.S. Supreme Court denied a last-minute stay of execution request filed by two women levying several accusations against the killer's lawyer. A representative with ...

New Orleans lawyer suspended for a year, tried to bribe crime victim
1) suspended a New Orleans lawyer from practicing law for a year and a day after finding he tried to bribe the victim of a burglary in an effort to have the case against his client dismissed. Donald Pryor, 60, who has practiced law in Louisiana since ...

Feds: Darren Sharper paid for rape co-defendants' lawyers, bond
Federal prosecutors say ex-Saints player Darren Sharper paid for lawyers and the bond for a man accused of drugging and raping two New Orleans women with the former NFL star. When Erik Nunez was locked up last year on rape charges, Sharper shelled ...

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