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Reasons Why Hiring Workers Compensation Attorneys is the Right Thing to Do

Many individuals who got injured in the line work question the practicality of employing the services of workers compensation attorneys. It should be noted that such question should not have been asked in the first place because hiring the said personnel, especially those who are in the mould of workers compensation California attorneys is the most practical thing to do. The reasons for this are... ❯❯❯

Understanding clinical negligence and your rights

Clinical negligence refers to an unfortunate state of affairs, whereby a health care provider commits negligence, through act or omission, where the treatment isn’t up to the standards of medical practice and leads to the injury or death of the patient. If you are the victim of clinical negligence, it is critical that you do not ignore it and that you take the necessary steps to bring... ❯❯❯

How to Go About Filing a Claim for Disability Benefits

No one wants to be injured just because they were doing their job. But not all careers involve sitting safely in an office cubicle for eight hours a day. Many jobs carry some amount of danger, and the risk of injury is always lingering in the background, ready to strike if you or a co-worker aren’t playing close enough attention. Luckily, companies that deal in dangerous activities must... ❯❯❯

Are the US O Visas' Special Treatment for Certain Immigrants?

Thanks to the O-1 nonimmigrant visa, people who have received international acclaim and recognition for their extraordinary abilities in certain fields including athletics, sciences, business, or education, would find it relatively easier to immigrate to the United States. Although it may seem like these people are getting special treatment, these special visas are often necessary for them to do... ❯❯❯

Common Legal Consequences of Substance Abuse

Modern society offers a wide range of conveniences designed to make our lives easier. It’s not a perfect system, but if you live in the United States, chances are you’ve got plenty of opportunities to create the life of your dreams. Access to modern medicine, a competitive job market and a higher standard of living than anywhere else on the planet has paved the way for some incredible... ❯❯❯

How to Select a Divorce Attorney

In tort law, divorce proceedings can be extremely complicated and for the individuals involved it can a chaotic and tumultuous time. After the dissolution of a marriage, whatever the private circumstances might be, finding a qualified and sympathetic divorce attorney can be your best defense. In most cases, people’s property and financial standing can be at stake. You want to find a divorce... ❯❯❯

Ho to Create an LSAT Study Schedule

If your goal is to one day become an attorney, working to protect those wrongly accused of a crime and upholding the highest standards of the law you’ve got quite a long road ahead. Attorneys are respected and well compensated, but they earn that status through years of schooling and dedication. And it all starts with the LSAT, the standardized test that you must nail if you want to get into... ❯❯❯

5 Inspirational Quotes for Law School Students

Those inclined to enter the noble profession of law, whether as public defenders, high-priced litigators, or even judges, are held to a high standard. The bar exam is proof of that. And yet, lawyers are often considered to be pretty low on the social totem pole, a dangerous necessity to be feared and revered in equal measure. As a law student you no doubt have aspirations to change the world and... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Things to Consider Before Accepting a Plea Bargain

The American justice system is one of the most well-respected in the world, but no system is perfect. The issue here is one of massive overload. The courts are constantly packed, and cases frequently get pushed off for months as there just aren’t enough judges and resources to work through everything. One of the biggest assets to the legal system over the years is the plea bargain. This is a... ❯❯❯

When Do Police Have the Legal Right to Search Your Property?

As you may or may not know, the fourth amendment protects you from illegal search and seizure. In fact, it guarantees “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures,” going on to state this this right “shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or... ❯❯❯