Legal Guide

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What Compensation Can be Recovered After a Ladder Accident?

You need to know what types of damages you can recover if you were injured in a ladder accident. Working at heights is a dangerous activity that accounts for a large percentage of construction accidents. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), falls from ladders and other heights arethe second-leading cause of unintentional fatalities at work. In fact, working at heights is so dangerous... ❯❯❯

Double Net Lease Versus Triple Net Lease. What is the Difference?

Before a tenant and a landlord agree on a commercial property, the lease decision needs to get made. There are varying types of leases, and they all come with their advantages and disadvantages. No matter the agreement, it is crucial for you to read and understand the lease details to make wise decisions. And know the road to take under given circumstances. The most common types of net leases... ❯❯❯

Five Reasons Why Your Law Firm Needs Automation

Are you a personal injury lawyer who has not yet automated your business processes? Are you struggling to understand why you should automate your firm when you already have a method of operating that has worked well for years? According to Kiichiro Toyoda, the founder of Toyota Motor Corporation, "the ideal conditions for making things are created when machines, facilities, and people work... ❯❯❯

Types of Criminal Lawyers

The Criminal Justice System is a huge, sprawling beast. For every crime solved, there are probably tens of thousands more committed across the United States. That's a lot of different crimes committed by different people needing different types of criminal lawyers. When you need someone to represent you in any legal situation, be it a small theft or murder charge, you want a lawyer who can put... ❯❯❯

What is alternative sentencing?

When most people think of crime, they immediately think of jail time. However, it is often the case that instead of imprisonment, offenders are issued alternatives like probation in an effort to save taxpayer dollars. Stopgap for preventing future crime? The Pew Charitable Trusts found one in fifty-five U.S. adults is on probation or parole. To benefit both society and the individual, states... ❯❯❯

Some Ways To Keep Traffic Tickets OFF Your Record

Look, we have all been pulled over at least once in our lives. If you haven’t. the lucky you! Keep up whatever it is you are doing, because most of us must deal with a traffic stop at least once or twice in our lives, usually more for the average person. In fact, google tells us that the average driver will receive seven to eight tickets in their lifetime. What they said was 7.7 tickets in... ❯❯❯

How to Find a Good Truck Accident Lawyer and What to Expect from Them

The best truck accident lawyer can be hard to find. We created this guide for you to help you find the right one. First, make sure they specialize in truck accidents. If they don't, steer clear. The insurance companies will use all the tricks in the book to keep you from getting what you deserve. Think about their qualifications. You want to find someone with a higher degree, or in some cases,... ❯❯❯

Plagiarism Checker for Law Firms and Advocates

Term plagiarism in law firms refers to the use of another attorney's ideas or creative expressions as one's own. This description might not be particularly helpful in determining what constitutes plagiarism for practising lawyers. Whenever Legal arguments are presented to courts they will be evaluated based on their merits, not their origins. Every time a lawyer makes an argument essentially... ❯❯❯

What are the Penalties for Domestic Violence?

In the state of New Jersey, victims of domestic violence are able to seek relief through the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act (PDVA) of 1991 from a defendant who is at least 18 years old or emancipated and has allegedly committed or has been convicted of committing an act of domestic violence under the PDVA. Although the two states are separate, the assault charges contained in the New York... ❯❯❯

FAQs about an Estate Attorney

An estate lawyer is a really important person to have on your team. They'll help you design wills and trusts, help you plan for the future, and make sure that your family gets what they deserve. What is an estate attorney? A lawyer who works in estate law is certified by his or her state’s bar and focuses on estate planning and drafting legal documents, including trusts and wills. Because... ❯❯❯