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5 Things to Consider Before Hiring a Wrongful Death Attorney

If you are looking to hire a wrongful death attorney, you have likely experienced a tragedy and are grieving the loss of a loved one. This hiring process is not an enjoyable one, but one that must be attended to in order to seek justice. Consider these 5 things before hiring a wrongful death attorney. Meet with the lawyers. It is smart to meet with 2 or 3 attorneys in person, in their... [Continue Reading]

Mediation: how it works and what it’s for

The divorce process is extremely upsetting and enervating for everyone. It can often be filled with hostility. For many, it is vital that these factors don’t draw the process out and drive up legal fees they simply can’t afford to pay. Mediation is often an effective way of overcoming the obstacles that hostility and upset can create in the divorce process, and thus of keeping... [Continue Reading]

Ambien and DUI

Sufferers of insomnia, desperate for a good night’s sleep, are often given a prescription for Ambien. Ambien offers relief from insomnia but also manifests strange side effects in patients referred to as parasomnias. Parasomnias are undesirable motor or verbal events that occur during sleep. Sleep walking in an example of a parasomnia. Driving under the influence (DUI) enters the... [Continue Reading]

Make Finding A Lawyer Easy With These Tips

There are lots of reasons you may need a lawyer might be necessary. There is lots to consider like fee structures, including experience, and more. The article below discusses what you deal with attorneys. You should never hire the first attorney that you meet. Do thorough research since choosing the wrong one can end badly. Ask as many people as you can on any lawyers you're thinking about... [Continue Reading]

Advice for the Non-Nuclear Family

The nuclear family is fast becoming a thing of the past.  Divorce is a viable and socially accepted option when two people decide to go their separate ways, whether there is a family involved or not.  It is also no longer expected that people marry before they have children together, and many couples choose to cohabitate and raise a family without getting married.  Also, fathers... [Continue Reading]

Three Commonly Unfair Reasons for Redundancy

It is a role which is made redundant, not the employee.  There are many good reasons why a company may have to make redundancies. For example, if the company has had a downturn of work, your role may have to be merged with somebody else’s to accommodate for the decrease in money coming in.  Dismissing somebody on a human level is not acceptable however, so here are 3 of the... [Continue Reading]

Doctors Studying Negative Results of War Injuries

Researchers quoted in a in-depth CDC blog found that injury to the brains of bomb-exposed soldiers was almost identical to that found in athletes that had received multiple concussions. Bleeding in the brain following an explosion can disrupt the blood supply to the brain causing extensive personal injury. As to avoiding a life threatening medical condition, Grossman Law forewarns that... [Continue Reading]

Toy Labeling Now a Law in Manila

You’ve no doubt heard horror stories about kids becoming ill or even dying from exposure to harmful chemicals that are found in their toys. Remember back in 2007 when Mattel had to conduct a massive recall when it was discovered that toys manufactured for them in China contained lead paint? Luckily no children were harmed in this instance; a retailer discovered the lead and most of the... [Continue Reading]

Family Essentials - Writing a Will

Everyone should have a will so upon your death your financial affairs can be dealt with in line with your wishes, this is exceptionally important if you have a family as the care of your children will need to be addressed as well as your financial matters. If you do not leave a will, your estate will be divided up following the Administration of Estates Act and the intestacy rules, this is... [Continue Reading]

What are your Options if your Child is Injured at School?

A child’s school is traditionally, and quite rightly, seen as a safe place. Even with the vast number of children roaming the corridors and playgrounds, the number of incidents that affect children are, thankfully, really quite minimal. Every so often, however, an accident at school is inevitable. If the accident occurs because of your child’s adventurous nature, it’s... [Continue Reading]