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What are the Leading Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents in Norwalk (California)?

We witness people tripping and sustaining injuries from time to time. It is a common accident that can happen anywhere, including shopping malls, parking lots, schools, apartments and nursing homes. Unfortunately, some victims may assume tripping is their fault but that is not always the case. Sometimes such accidents may be caused by the property owners’ negligence because they have a... ❯❯❯

Legal Advice Or Advocate: Which Is Better For VCF Approval?

Most states have a victim compensation program dedicated to assisting victims of crime. The September 11th Victims Compensation Fund (VCF) was created to support victims of the terrorist attack and its aftermath. The fund seeks to help injured victims due to the aftermath of the crashes into the Twin Towers in New York City.  The terrorist-related aircraft crashes left thousands who were... ❯❯❯

Can You Write A Will Without A Lawyer In 2022?

Introduction A will is a part of an estate plan that clarifies your plan on how you plan to distribute assets after your death. Traditionally, Wills was created with the help of lawyers. But, thanks to the internet and technology, creating a will without a lawyer’s involvement has become a norm. Today, there are many service providers that help individuals in generating legally binding... ❯❯❯

What You Can Do To Fight Violence Against Asian Americans

It was just a matter of time until Asian Americans saw a more rapid anti-Asian sentiment development than COVID-19. Atlanta's spa killings last March 2021 are only the latest in a year-long trend of anti-Asian-American violence in the US. The STOP AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islanders) Hate organization received several complaints of attacks. The majority of the victims were females and elderly... ❯❯❯

Why You Need a HIPAA Fax Guide

Anyone working in the medical industry knows the importance of patient privacy. Patients share sensitive information with their doctors, and they don't want it shared with outside sources. Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), healthcare providers must get a patient's consent before disclosing protected health information (PHI). HIPAA rules also state how... ❯❯❯

How To Profit From Legal Inside Information Using The COT Report

Do you know that you can profit from trading using inside information legally? In this article, I will show you how to do that using the COT report. The Commitments of Traders report (COT) is a weekly government report that is extremely valuable in knowing what the "smart money" is doing in various futures markets. There is a report for each futures market. Although COT reports have been... ❯❯❯

How Can a Lawyer Help Me if My Civil Rights Were Violated?

Everyone in the US has constitutional rights such as freedom of assembly, speech, religion and the right to petition the government. You are also entitled to freedom from discrimination based on sex, race and your national origin. Therefore, if someone infringes on your freedom or is discriminatory, a civil rights lawyer at Friedman Levy in NYC will work closely with you to ensure you get the... ❯❯❯

Fight Your Wrongful Death Claim: Here's How to Get Started

After a victim dies as a result of injuries caused by another party, their family has the right to start a wrongful death lawsuit. The laws require the fatality to result from a criminal act, negligence, or a failure to provide a duty. When proving a wrongful death, the claimants must prove that fatality was avoidable, and the defendant is liable. The lawsuits are not the same as criminal cases... ❯❯❯

Car Accidents: What To Do After The Crash?

What to Do After the Crash Wondering what to do once you have been in a car accident? Read on to find out… Have you been involved in a car accident? If so, you will need to know what to do immediately after the crash to secure your future interests. It may be that down the line that the person who caused the crash denies that they were ever even present. You need to make certain that... ❯❯❯

Diagnosing Cerebral Palsy

Image source Most cerebral palsy cases are diagnosed within the first two years of a child's life. According to medical experts, mild cases might not be diagnosed until the child reaches age four or beyond. Cerebral palsy has many causing and contributing factors, including gene mutations, maternal infections, brain infections, infant jaundice, or the lack of oxygen in the brain during labor... ❯❯❯