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5 Imperative Guidelines on Choosing a Personal Injury Lawyer

No one anticipates for a severe accident that requires a personal injury attorney. To utter shock, even the most careful individuals fall victim to ugly catastrophes each passing day. It is pretty evident that you cannot prepare yourself thoroughly for any form of accident. Whether a mishap in the snow or a head-on collision, accidents happen without prior notice.  The most encouraging is... ❯❯❯

Everything You Need To Know About Paraquat Lawsuits

Lawyers are alleging that long-term exposure to paraquat, a popular herbicide, causes Parkinson’s disease. The attorneys are representing farmers, agricultural workers, and others in lawsuits seeking compensation. Studies have suggested that long-term exposure to paraquat, a popular herbicide used on farms and in backyard gardens, may cause Parkinson’s disease. Plaintiffs with... ❯❯❯

Is Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer Right For You?

By Lem Garcia Since the rise of technology, the usage of vehicles has become rampant. Because of its convenience and its ability to help people run errands faster, car production has been on the rise. But along with its success, fatalities also increased. The number of car accidents began to rise as well, along with the increase in car production. The number of car accidents seems to be... ❯❯❯

How To Acquire Disbursement Funding For Your Legal Needs

Disbursement funding is a great option for legal firms which are dealing with a number of active cases. These funds, which operate as a short-term loan, give the firm all of the cash that they will need to fight cases and pay staff during the case. In particular this is a great option for smaller law firms who often don’t get paid until cases are settled, taking payment from the damages paid... ❯❯❯

How to Defend a Mail Fraud Case

When running a business or starting one, a person can get entangled in different threats and fraudulent activities either being done to them or conducting themselves. One of the prevalent fraud activities also includes mail fraud or wire fraud, which is more dominant these days. Mail fraud can happen in different settings, but a fraudulent scheme and intent to defraud are necessary to prove the... ❯❯❯

Should I Choose a Mediator or Lawyer for Divorce?

Both mediators and divorce lawyers are great allies to have on your side during a divorce. Divorces can be stressful events without the right support and information. Today, MM Family & Divorce Lawyers look at mediators and lawyers, and which one is right for you to choose for aid during your divorce proceedings. What Do Mediators Do? Mediators provide mediation services for divorcing... ❯❯❯

Police Report Filed But No Charges: What Does It Mean?

Whether you have become a victim of a crime or have been falsely accused of a crime, it is one of the common frustrations of many individuals: a police report has been filed, but no charges have been laid. For the victim, there is a feeling that no justice was handed. For the accused, it means that while they might enjoy temporary relief, there is a potential charge hanging over their heads.... ❯❯❯

Understand Bankruptcy Attorney Marketing To Get Leads

You probably didn’t choose to become a bankruptcy attorney to figure out how to get bankruptcy leads. Unfortunately, because most bankruptcy firms are small businesses, you have to figure out how to get people in the door. Unlike other types of industries, most people may not be talking to their co-workers or friends about their financial difficulties. So, your word of mouth referrals may... ❯❯❯

What Can Happen if You Lie on Your Resume

Everyone stretches the truth on their resume, right? The studies seem to suggest so. As CNBC reports, nearly 8 out of 10 people are not 100% honest, when applying for a job. Some will embellish their resume, while others will add skills, experience, and jobs they never had. What do people lie about on their resumes anyway? According to the same CNBC article: Having mastery of skills... ❯❯❯

After a Felony Conviction, What Rights Do You Lose?

 A felony conviction is a grave occurrence in one's life. Life after incarceration for many ex-convicts can prove very challenging because of the many state-imposed limitations. “Former convicts tend to have very limited options due to curtailment of certain liberties,” a criminal defense lawyer noted. Forfeiture of rights depends on the jurisdiction and nature of the crime. Upon... ❯❯❯