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What Are the Top Five Causes of Preventable Car Crashes?

Thousands of car accidents are responsible for fatalities, injuries, and costly vehicle and property damage every year. Research shows that more than 90 percent of preventable car accidents are due to human error. Since “human error” can be difficult to break down, here are the top five causes of preventable car crashes. Distracted Driving According to Ronald J. Jebaily, a car... [Continue Reading]

Why It's Worth the Effort to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer  

Negligence is all around us. It's a constant presence on the road, in the hospital, and in virtually every other setting imaginable. No matter where it occurs, however, its implications can be devastating. While there is no turning back time, compensation can help victims ease both the financial and emotional burden of negligence-based accidents. Unfortunately, many fail to secure damages, often... [Continue Reading]

4 Steps To Take After Being In A Car Accident        

While you never want to find yourself in a situation where you’re in a car crash, the reality is that it could happen to you. It’s better to be prepared and safe than to be sorry because you aren’t sure what to do in the situation. You’re going to have a lot of thoughts, feelings, and emotions running through your mind if you are in a crash, so your first order of business... [Continue Reading]

Are You Looking to Settle in the U.S.?

If it has been your dream for a while for you and/or your family to settle in the United States, are things working out? For many people in such a situation, things do not fall in order as much as they would like them to. As a result, they are often found having to locate legal help to see their dreams come true. So, if in such a position, will you seek legal help to get what you want? Know... [Continue Reading]

When They Don’t Pay Up: What Are Your Rights Pertaining to Unpaid Wages

Employers often take advantage of their employees by not paying in full, failing to pay on time, or failing to pay at all. This is a breach of the law. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires that employers pay their employees at least the minimum wage and 1.5 times or more of the regular wage for time worked beyond the standard 40 hours. The only exemption is for employees classified as... [Continue Reading]

What are The Types of Worker Compensations in Australia

There are four main types of workers compensation in Western Australia, which are given to workers in a firm or organisation on injuries. If you have got injured in an organisation or factory or shop etc. here, then based on your injury type, employment status, doctor certificate, physical and mental health and such few other factors, compensation will be issued for you. This compensation money... [Continue Reading]

Filing for a divorce in Wisconsin – Things you need to know

Sometimes divorce brings peace and clarity. So, when your divorce gets finalized, you might have peace and clarity by your side. Divorces are physically and mentally very tiring. It comes with several stress factors. So, do you have a separation at hand that you need to address legally? If yes, there's ample work to do. And before you step on to it, you are required to take a few crucial steps to... [Continue Reading]

Should your lawyer look over your bad credit application?

If you have bad credit, making a loan application can be nerve wracking and slightly daunting. You may not know exactly where you stand and you may be confused by the amount of legal terms and figuring out exactly what they mean. Before you sign or commit to any bad credit loan, it’s really important that you know exactly what you’re signing up for. Often the Terms and Conditions (Ts... [Continue Reading]

Who’s at fault in a crash crash? Tricky scenarios

Accidents happen whether we like it or not. And where there's a collision, everyone tends to know what to do: get out of their car, check for any injury, exchange details including insurance information, and report the incident to the police where necessary. A couple of days go by and the insurance claims flood in, and someone (or a bunch of different people) are held at fault for the car... [Continue Reading]

Can you claim ownership of someone else's car if you paid it off?

Most drivers in Australia will have a car loan at some point in their lives. It’s a great way to help you to finance the car that you want and allows you to pay back small amounts each month over an agreed loan term. If you’re in a position where you are paying off someone else’s car loan, it’s really important that you understand the risks involved and the importance of... [Continue Reading]