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Understanding Conveyancing And How to Hire The Perfect Solicitor

Conveyancing can be a very tedious and stressful process if it is not handled correctly. Therefore, if you want to know more about it, and how to hire the perfect solicitor to take care of it, then this article is for you. We will start by giving you a proper overview on what conveyancing is, so you can start off with the right foot. Then, we will show you what you need to take into account at... [Continue Reading]

Protecting your business in the event of a divorce

Going through a divorce can be one of the toughest periods of your life, it can vary on the arrangements and how the relationship is left, but for a business owner divorce is more complex. Having to protect and potentially divide your business is a difficult process and the business itself becomes under scrutiny, depending on the couple’s reasons, property conveyancing could also be a topic... [Continue Reading]

What Kind Of Rights Does The Law Offer To Pedestrians

Every year the number of pedestrians getting into accidents is increasing at an expedited rate, this is a prevailing issue in almost every state of America. In 2012, pedestrian deaths reached their all time high; and since then, there has been a marginal increase in the number of reported pedestrian accidents. The driving force behind this rapid increase in pedestrian accidents is due to the... [Continue Reading]

Learning to Delegate: When You are Handling an Accident, You Need Solid Guidance

If you have enough car accidents, you might get to be an expert, sooner or later. But, who needs the practice? Over their driving lifetime, most drivers will be involved in more accidents than you might expect. According to insurance industry figures reported in Forbes, “you will file a claim for a collision about once every 17.9 years.” That’s three or four accidents during... [Continue Reading]

3 Defective Medical Devices to Watch Out For

When you arrive at the hospital for an operation or use an FDA approved product at home, you don’t expect anything to go wrong. The FDA recalled approximately 40 medical devices in 2016 and 30 medical devices in 2017. What is even more disturbing is that not all defective products make it to the recall list. There are many dangerous devices still being manufactured and distributed around... [Continue Reading]

How to Find a Reliable Worker Compensation Attorney

If you have been injured in a work-related accident, you are entitled to a worker’s compensation. In California, you are entitled to the compensation even if the accident is your fault. However, if your claim is denied, you need to hire a worker’s compensation attorney. The worker’s compensation law is fairly complex and difficult to navigate, so you will need an expert to... [Continue Reading]

How to Make Sure You’re Hiring the Best Criminal Attorney

If you’re facing any type of criminal charges, be it DUI, arson or possession of an illegal substance, finding the right criminal attorney can make or break your case. With many attorney offices to choose from, how do you know how the right one is? There are many factors to look at, ranging from experience to dedication and confidence. And let’s not forget the most important factor... [Continue Reading]

How long does it take to settle a personal injury lawsuit?

If you have suffered a personal injury and are looking for a compensation, then consult with wbtblaw.com today. You may have to fill a questionnaire such as follows; Were you injured at work? Yes No How long ago did this incident occur? less than a year ago 1-3 years ago more than 3 years ago What was the cause of the injury? Accident that caused physical trauma ... [Continue Reading]

How to Get Your Life Back on Track after Bankruptcy

For many people, filing for bankruptcy is the same as admitting defeat, while in reality, it’s more like turning a new page and starting a new chapter in your life. Still, many of those filing for bankruptcy are unsure of their future and how this step will affect them. One particular myth is notoriously persistent, and that is that bankruptcy stays with you for the rest of the life. ... [Continue Reading]

Injuries at Work. The Employer and Employee Responsibilities.

Workers going about their duties at work should be able to do so without any threat to their safety and wellbeing and this is only possible if their workstations are safe and secure. A safe work environment puts the workers at ease and this goes a long way to boost their productivity. Employers should, therefore, strive to keep their workspaces as safe as possible if they want their employees to... [Continue Reading]