Legal Guide

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Crimes That Are Downplayed in the US

The exploding crime rate in this country is a point of concern to the populace as well as to the victims of these crimes. The number of unreported or under-reported incidents is even more disturbing. The very nature of many of these unspeakable incidents is the reason why victims fail to report them.   Spousal abuse Topping the list are cases of spousal abuse. Generally, but not always,... ❯❯❯

Compensation Claims Avoid Court

The society that we live in has changed dramatically over recent years and a compensation culture has emerged. More and more people are pursuing the opportunity to gain financial compensation for things they have experienced, in particular, when they have been hurt or injured in an accident that was not their fault. The number of compensation claims made rises in its thousands every year since... ❯❯❯

Common Legal Issues That Medical Professionals Face

There are many reasons why people choose to enter the medical profession. Most are interested in the prospect of helping others in pain, first and foremost. But of course, having a challenging and rewarding career is only the beginning. If you’re looking to become a medical professional, you may also be interested in benefits like a hefty salary and the prestige that comes along with gaining the... ❯❯❯

5 Ways to Avoid Foreclosure

Despite improvements in the economy, many homeowners continue to struggle with their mortgage payments. Contacting your lender as soon as you know you're going to have problems repaying the loan is the smartest route to take. You may be able to take advantage of one of the following five ways to avoid foreclosure. Refinance the Mortgage Image via Flickr by woodleywonderworksIf you want to... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Legal Issues to Avoid When Buying a Home

For most Americans home ownership is a major aspiration. Renting a house or an apartment can often feel like throwing your money away, and it’s never truly ‘yours’. You won’t be able to make all of the changes you want. Maybe the landlord won’t let you paint, have a pet or improve the terrible fixtures in the bathroom. Regardless of the reasons why, at some point you’ll finally be ready to... ❯❯❯

Law on your side

How do the adverts go? Had an accident or been injured and it wasn't your fault? Then contact us for help and advice. Injury or compensation companies are now recognised as much as a real estate lawyer. The increase in people claiming for accidents and injuries has increased greatly, and as well as independent advisors, normal law firms will also have someone who can help in most cases. Online... ❯❯❯

Tutors and LSAT Prep Courses

The LSAT comprises many objective type questions as well as an essay. These objective type questions tests the candidates logical and legal reasoning abilities as well as their comprehension skills. The student can use online LSAT prep courses to obtain many of the basic skills needed to answer these questions accurately on time. However, the students can further hone their skills by using tutors... ❯❯❯

PR for Law Firms

The law encompasses all aspects and walks of life. There is a law on the books to regulate and govern most aspects of civil society. The law therefore requires specialization and different areas of focus. This of course means there are many different categories of law. Many different lawyers and law firms each have their own specialties, which define the type of law practiced there. A PR law... ❯❯❯

What are your next steps following an accident at work?

So, you have been involved in an accident at work.  You are injured, signed off work and feeling very vulnerable.  Chances are you are concerned about what you should do next.  You feel let down by your employer but are scared to file a claim against them for fear of being fired or being treated differently. Firstly, if you have been injured in an accident at work that wasn’t your fault then you... ❯❯❯

Divorce and Legal Separation: What’s the Difference?

When two people find themselves standing before an officiant and saying their wedding vows before one another, the furthest thing on their minds is that one day they would contemplate standing before a judge to dissolve their marriage. Yet as amazing as marriage can be, sometimes one can never predict just how hard it is too. Sometimes, when a husband or wife (or both) consult with an attorney... ❯❯❯

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