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Keeping Your Divorce Moving: Legal Actions You Can Still Take Remotely

Keeping Your Divorce Moving: Legal Actions You Can Still Take RemotelyIt seems as though major life events rarely wait for the prior event to finish before starting. If you began your divorce proceedings in the past month or two, or are looking to begin, you probably understand that this means that despite much of the country being on lockdown and many law firms choosing to close their physical offices, you may still need legal assistance and to finalize your... ❯❯❯

Everything you Need to Know About CRPS before Making a Claim

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a complicated condition. It's often characterized by a massive burning pain, long periods of stiffness, discoloration, and swelling. The hands are mostly affected by this condition. However, this does not mean it doesn't affect other parts. At times it may affect legs, arms, and feet. Earlier, people knew this condition differently. Some terms that... ❯❯❯

What Can You Do About Mugshots

There is nothing as amusing as viewing celebrities at their worst, and even looking through the mugshots of your local area can be entertaining and informative. But, there is nothing amusing or entertaining about having your mugshot up for all to see. So, it is a good thing to know that many of these mugshots can be removed. Danger of Mugshots The primary problem with mugshots is that they... ❯❯❯

Are New Yorkers Heading Towards Bankruptcy Amid Covid-19?

Many New Yorkers live paycheck to paycheck to survive to live in one of the most expensive places in the country. As the coronavirus continues to impact the economy individuals and businesses are suffering financially. As New Yorkers are required to abide by the recommendations by the CDC for social distancing, to reduce the spread of the virus, businesses and individuals are being left without... ❯❯❯

Why IP Law is Important for Small Businesses

When corporations need protection, they hire a corporate attorney. When hospitals need protection they hire a medicare fraud defense attorney. What about a small business? Running a small business, there are plenty of things to stay on top of and focus on already. So why should intellectual property be of interest? Isn’t that for bigger companies to worry about? In short: no. Small businesses... ❯❯❯

Loved One Arrested? Take These 5 Steps

Many people get arrested every day for big or small crimes they commit. Sometimes, they are arrested on false grounds as well. However, witnessing someone you love under arrest can be numbing. The thought of having to deal with all the law officials and court proceedings can be scary. Initially, the information you receive through the phone call from your loved one will be extremely limited.... ❯❯❯

Why An Attorney Is Always Better Than A Do-It-Yourself Approach In Legal Situations

Do you have a loved one incarcerated somewhere, and not very sure how to search for them? An online prison search tool can help you. Also, know that you are not alone. The U.S. has the highest incarceration rate in the whole world. The latest statistics available from the Bureau of Justice informs that in midyear 2017, the number of jail inmates in the U.S. totaled 745,200. That is not the... ❯❯❯

Make Sure It’s Legal and 5 Other Safe Taxi Tips for Your Employees

Rather than walking or driving to an unfamiliar territory, it’s generally a safe option using a taxi for transit. However, just like any type of transportation, it comes with its fair share of risks. Ensure you are insured appropriately, visit www.quoteradar.co.uk and advise your travellers are following these essential tips when travelling by minicab, taxi or private hire cars. 1) Make Sure... ❯❯❯

What Is An Insurance Claim Adjuster?

What Is An Insurance Claim Adjuster?If you have been involved in an accident and submitted a claim to the insurance company, then they will assign a claims adjuster to your case. The claims adjuster will then investigate and determine the extent of damage and how liable the insurance company is. The investment can include interviewing witnesses, interviewing the claimant, talking to the police who responded to the accident if... ❯❯❯

I May be Partially to Blame for the Crash I was In. How Could This Affect my Car Accident Case?

I May be Partially to Blame for the Crash I was In. How Could This Affect my Car Accident Case?When you get into a car accident—or any accident really, you rarely ever feel that you were the one at fault. In most cases that might be true, but there are some cases where you have to admit that you may be at least partially to blame for the accident. What happens then? How does the insurance company portion out the blame? You should keep reading to find out the answer, but if you are ever in... ❯❯❯

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