Home > Legal Guide

Legal Guide (Page 24)


Arc Flash Precautions, Dangers and Safety (Infographic)

Presented by AmericanTrainco HVAC training [Continue Reading]

How to Select and Prepare the Best Expert Witness

Expert witnesses may be called upon to testify in all different kinds of court cases, and they can provide some of the most crucial testimony, potentially swaying the jury in favor of the prosecution or defense with the evidence and opinions they deliver. These witnesses can come from nearly any field or background, depending on the scope of the case, so you might find that you need an expert... [Continue Reading]

5 States With Weak Gun Control Laws

Each state has its fair share of gun control laws. Some states are more lenient than others and some are more strict. Many proponents of gun control will be quick to say that lenient gun control laws lead to more gun deaths, but proponents of the second amendment will argue that it means there needs to be less gun control laws. When it comes down to it, we may never know what side is winning,... [Continue Reading]

Legal and Ethical Issues in Nursing

There’s no question that the medical profession is a life-saving one. However, when you’re dealing with issues that are directly related to people’s health, sometimes there can be conflicts. And if those things are not properly addressed, it can lead to a series of legal and ethical issues; especially if you’re a doctor or nurse. So, if you’re currently studying... [Continue Reading]

The Most Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Hiring a Criminal Defense Attorney

When you find yourself in need of a criminal defense attorney, you might be willing to settle for the first lawyer that comes your way, or the one that’s willing to take on your case pro bono. But this could be a costly mistake – one that might land you in jail. You’re better off paying the money for a respected criminal defense attorney that has a solid record of acquittal... [Continue Reading]

3 Reasons to File a Yaz Lawsuit

Yaz is a fairly popular contraception pill taken by women in a broad age range. If you have taken it, however, you may be susceptible to certain illnesses. Unfortunately, some of these illnesses are life threatening and may result in a lot of medical bills. If you have any cardiovascular, liver, and vein problems after taking Yaz for birth control, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the... [Continue Reading]

Five signs you’ve chosen the right solicitor

Law is a tricky and complicated subject, especially for those with no formal education in it. Whenever we’re faced with scenarios or problems that encompass legal proceedings or aspects, we automatically turn to lawyers and solicitors for expert advice but how can you make sure you choose the right one? Here we look at five signs you’ve chosen the right solicitor. 1. They tell... [Continue Reading]

Tips To Help You Choose An Effective PI Attorney

Lawsuits are big business everywhere. Deciding to go ahead with a personal injury case is a big decision and not one that should be taken without much thought and consideration. You have rights anytime there is a grievance. That is why the advice in this piece will be of great help. With this advice, you should be able to achieve a positive income in your case. Get out of your vehicle and... [Continue Reading]

Easy Tips, Tricks And Advice For Working With Lawyers

Although lawyers aren't always portrayed favorably, there is no denying that most perform an integral role in society and justice. Something unexpected may happen to you and you could even find yourself searching for a lawyer to work with. You must choose the lawyer for your case wisely so that you get the help you deserve. These tips will help you find the right attorney and work with them... [Continue Reading]

Supreme Court Declines Maryland Gun Law Review

With everyone from parents of slain children at Sandy Hook Elementary to the President himself calling for controls that would limit gun violence, it’s starting to seem like the Second Amendment is up for debate. Of course, overriding a citizen’s right to bear arms is not likely to happen in the near future, but some states are certainly pushing the boundaries. And not all... [Continue Reading]