Legal Guide (Page 128)
Preliminary Notices & Mechanic's Liens in California
If you take some time out from your busy daily schedule and drive around the city, you will come across several construction projects taking place around you. These projects involve many men working on building a structure. It may either be a house or a commercial building or even a stadium. However, do these workers get the pay that they are guaranteed at the beginning of the project? This is... ❯❯❯
How to Win Your Personal Injury Case in the Court of Law
If you’ve ever been injured in a public place, or because of someone else’s negligence (or even malpractice in some cases), you may want to sue the other party, or even a manufacturer for the distress, as well as personal injury you are trying to resolve. In this guide, we’re going to talk a little about what a personal injury case is, and give you some advice on how to win in a... ❯❯❯
What does "Bad Faith" Mean in the LTD Insurance Policy?
LTD stands for long term disability. All employees have this LTD insurance policy covered which protects them if they become disabled due to unforeseen circumstances and are unable to continue their job. The long term disability policy is an agreement where the obligations and the rights of both the insurer and the insured person are outlined. Different LTD policies done from different companies... ❯❯❯
The Increasing Rate of Coercion against Women
Many experts say coercion in some forms should be a part of the criminal act. Concerning the N.S mass shooting attack, it has been said that coercion in any form can result in a huge loss to mankind and power. Many sociologists say on the behalf of a public inquiry, we can defeat the enmity of Coercive forms in the society by making it a law. The Nova Scotia mass shooter ostensibly used frequent... ❯❯❯
Protecting the future of your Family with a Living Trust
There are a lot of options available to someone who wants to make sure their family and loved ones are provided for. And a living trust is one of them! Living trusts are a legal protection that helps to ensure that some of your assets go to the people that you want them to while you are still alive. And while lawyers are a great way to ensure that your living trust is written correctly and adhered... ❯❯❯
How to Hire the Right Commercial Attorney for Your Business: 7 Tips
There are over 823,900 employed lawyers throughout the country. As a business owner, working with the right commercial attorney can save you a lot of time and stress. An experienced business lawyer can help you with contracts, property rights, and more. Before you hire just anyone, however, you want to make sure you can find the best for your needs. Here are seven tips... ❯❯❯
What Are the Types of Distracted Driving?
An estimated 3,000 people are killed every year in the United States as a direct result of distracted driving, based on statistics provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Distracted driving essentially involves performing various non-driving-related activities while driving. Driving while distracted can drastically increase the likelihood of an accident... ❯❯❯
Common Mistakes Made by the Police That You Can Use to Get Your DUI Case Dismissed in Arizona
If you have been unwise enough to have a few drinks before stepping behind the wheel of your car, you run the risk of being stopped and arrested on a DUI charge. As scary as the process of being stopped and charged for DUI is, it is important to know that every arrest does not have to result in a conviction. This is because the police are required to follow a strict operating procedure when... ❯❯❯
How Do You Prove Discrimination in the Workplace?
In order to prove that you’ve been discriminated against in the workplace, you will need to provide both direct and circumstantial evidence. In cases where there is no direct evidence, you may be able to raise a presumption of discrimination if you can prove that you are a member of a protected class, you are qualified for the position, or a retaliatory act has been committed. Direct... ❯❯❯
Six Tips To Help Prove That You Are Not At Fault In An Accident
A lot follows after you have been in a car accident. In addition to the bruises and trauma that you need to attend to, there are lawsuits that you will need to file. If you are not the at-fault party, then you are entitled to compensation by the at-fault party. Additionally, if you are to claim your reimbursement from your insurance company, you need to show that you are not at fault. For this... ❯❯❯