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5 ways to strengthen your Personal Injury claim

When an accident happens and it isn’t your fault, the consequences can be devastating for everyone involved! So, when you decide to file a personal injury claim, it totally natural to feel anxious and worried that your claim won’t be taken seriously or won’t get you the result you want – even though someone else was to blame. Receiving compensation will certainly help you... ❯❯❯

Texting and Driving Car Accident Statistics in Atlanta, Georgia

Georgia is fast developing and as such, its roads are getting really busier by the day. This is good because it leads to economic growth and more investment opportunities; however, it also leads to more frequent road accidents. Research by the NHTSA shows that more avoidable accidents are recorded periodically and most of which are as a result of driving and texting. Why is Texting a Problem? ... ❯❯❯

Benefits of Outsourcing Payroll

Managing the payroll for any business with several employees can be a daunting task that requires special attention. This is because there are various legal requirements to be adhered to, as well as taxes, sick pay, vacations, and employee benefits that have to be calculated with precision. The best way to carry out this function is by outsourcing the service, which is usually cheaper than... ❯❯❯

How to Select the Best Bail Bondsman

Getting arrested can be one of the worst things a person may experience. And being detained because of not having enough resources to post a bail makes it worse. So how do you get out of jail? Well, depending on the circumstances you may need to call a bail bondsman. But with so many bail bond companies today, who do you reach out to? How do you choose the best? To help you figure out, you need... ❯❯❯

All About Atlanta, Georgia's Employee Benefits & Work Compensation Laws

Life is a game of chance. Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. No one can really tell when something good is going to happen to you or when something bad can suddenly hit your right in the face. Thankfully, like any game of chance, you as a human can do something to change some of the odds to favor you. You can lower the chances of losing and increase the chances of winning. In your life... ❯❯❯

Estate Tax Portability and How It Affects You

You may be wondering what estate tax portability is and what it can do for you. This means that you take an unused portion of the first-to-die spouse's estate tax exemption and passing this onto the spouse that is still alive. The United States government has placed the estate tax exemption at $5.45 million. However, with your spouse, this means that you have a total estate tax exemption of... ❯❯❯

Tips on What You Can Claim for After a Car Accident

Some drivers are not aware that they have rights after a car accident, particularly if they were not the driver at fault. Passengers and pedestrians also have rights if they are involved in a road traffic accident or are run over by a vehicle. Injured people lose out because they do not know what they are entitled to, but a car accident can turn your life upside down. The things you can claim for... ❯❯❯

A Look at Common Probate and Estate Litigation Disputes

After going through multiple cases in the last decade or so, certain patterns regarding what litigation disputes are generally about these days are noticeable. Discussing a few of them will help us shed some light on the most common causes that give rise to these mostly unwanted but often necessary legal disputes between family members. Royalty Free Photo Interpretation and Settling of Trust... ❯❯❯

Personally Injured from a Dangerous Crime

Examples of Inherently Dangerous Crimes There are many different kinds of negative acts that people do to other people. Some of these acts are not only dangerous but also evil. What are inherently dangerous crimes? They are crimes that just by their nature are evil. Another term to describe these crimes is the Latin phrase - Malum in se. This means evil in itself. What are some examples of... ❯❯❯

What Happens If You Get a DUI Out of State?

Most states are members of the interstate compact or the Driver’s License Compact.  The states of Massachusetts, Georgia, Wisconsin, Tennessee and Michigan are the only states that do not participate in the Driver’s License compact It states that crimes committed by the drivers out of states are treated just as they committed the violation in state. The interstate compact binds... ❯❯❯