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Guest Post: Why You Should Hire a Car Accident Lawyer with Experience

Every time we get in a car, we assume the risk of being in a car accident. Even if we follow the rules of the road and drive carefully, car accidents are possible. In 2016, police in the U.S. recorded 6.3 million car accidents that cost Americans nearly a trillion dollars. The potential damages associated with car accidents are very high. Personal injury, death, property damage, and emotional... ❯❯❯

How Much Is My Personal Injury Case Worth?

After an accident resulting in personal injuries, the common question that might cross your mind is, "how much is my personal injury case worth?" Various factors can determine the value of your claim. As the claimant seeking to hold an adverse party liable in your personal injury claim and subsequently receive the compensation you deserve, you will be required to consider the relevant insurance... ❯❯❯

Explore Top Benefits of Hiring a Lawyer for Resolving Slip & Fall Cases

Slipping, tripping, or falling could result in serious injuries among people. Often people are clumsy and because of that they may fall and end up hurting themselves. Slip and fall injuries may seem simple, however, these injuries could become complicated. The circumstances resulting in the slip and fall accident, the underlying cause, and the precise environment seem to be the critical factors... ❯❯❯

9 Tips to Hire an Excellent Lawyer for Drug Driving Incidents

By: Kim Hemphry Every legal charge can negatively disrupt your life. Driving under the influence (DUI) or while intoxicated doesn’t make the situation any less critical. Penalties could include license suspension, if not the minimum jail sentence. Luckily, a drug driving lawyer can help get you off the hook or at least get you a reasonable penalty. Here are tips that might help you hire an... ❯❯❯

How Employers Can Prevent Wrongful Dismissal Claims

by Shamila Ahmed Employees may be dismissed for a wide variety of reasons.  However, employers are not permitted to terminate employment for discriminatory reasons.  The current state of the world has unfortunately led to the lay-off of millions of Americans, many of whom may allege they were wrongfully dismissed.  If you are an employer concerned about potential claims of wrongful dismissal,... ❯❯❯

How to Protect your Intellectual Property: A Guide for Entrepreneurs

It can be overwhelming for an entrepreneur to keep the business running smoothly. Daily it leaves you in doubts, anxiety, and several other legitimate issues. One of the significant impact areas that the businesses need to stay aware of is Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). More often, when matters related to IPR pop up, many start running in another direction. What emerges in mind are the... ❯❯❯

Handling White Collar Crimes in Your Business

White-collar crimes refer to the non-violent criminal activities conducted by business professionals or government officials that involve money such as extortion, embezzlement of funds, bribery, insider trading, money laundering, and tax evasion. White-collar crimes not only taint your business image but also cost your business money and customers. Fortunately, you can protect your business from... ❯❯❯

What are the Types of Lawyers?

What are the Types of Lawyers?With the number of legal problems around the world, it's impossible for only one type of lawyer to exist. Lawyers serve the same purpose: to defend their clients and bring justice. However, they also have different kinds of specialties for whatever legal issues are concerned.  Law is a vast and complex world and if you need a lawyer, doing proper research is a must in order to find the right... ❯❯❯

The Process Server Can’t Find a Defendant, How Can a Lawsuit Move Forward?

The Process Server Can’t Find a Defendant, How Can a Lawsuit Move Forward?Image by Daniel Bone from Pixabay It is stipulated in Article 10 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that, “everyone has the right in full equality to a right and fair hearing through an independent and unbiased court, in the determination of one’s rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against the individual.” This section is the basis for all court procedures in many... ❯❯❯

Tips for Winning the Work-related Benefits You Have Earned

Tips for Winning the Work-related Benefits You Have EarnedWith few exceptions, nobody chooses to get hurt in the workplace, or otherwise receive benefits that substitute their regular wages earned. Whether it is going for unemployment or workers’ compensation, it seems that applicants generally have to go through a lot to prove their cases. If you are seeking work related benefits because of an injury, layoff, or other circumstances, here are some great... ❯❯❯

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