Legal Guide

Legal Guide (Page 35)

Can I File a Personal Injury Claim For an Injury Sustained at Work?

Getting injured at work can be a traumatizing experience for anyone.  The average person wants to do their best at their job and have the right goals in mind for the company: so it can be infuriating when the company doesn't keep your needs and safety in mind. If you're hurt, what can you do?  Although a personal injury lawsuit may feel like the best course of action, in most states,... ❯❯❯

Patent Claims – What Are They?

Generally, patent claims are disputes about the validity of patents and the protection of patent rights. They cover the same as licensing patents do: inventions, utility models, industrial designs, etc. Claims about the validity of a patent, as a general rule, are considered by the organization that issued them, whose decisions can then be appealed to the Intellectual Property Court. Let us... ❯❯❯

Challenges Facing Law Students

Every year, thousands of young people apply for various law schools. Regardless of what school you are going to or what program you want to study, all law students will face similar issues in college. They will find studying law extremely challenging. It makes sense. Law is a critical field in the job market. Thus, our society requires only the toughest. The smartest and most motivated people to... ❯❯❯

Planning the Perfect South Carolina Road Trip

Planning the Perfect South Carolina Road Trip More and more people are talking about South Carolina - the little gem of a tourist destination in the American southeast.  There’s a reason why tourism in South Carolina has been growing. Despite concerns over the pandemic, tourism has rebounded in the state.  If you’ve been to SC before, it’s not hard to see why: the state has mild weather, gorgeous... ❯❯❯

How Does An Attorney Fix Accountability and the Amount of Compensation?

Any car collision is a dreadful experience for the survivor. Whenever accidents occur, you can’t continue your daily activities. These accidents often cause physical damage to a vehicle and may lead to personal injuries, too. If you live in McMinnville and don’t have much knowledge about state and federal laws, you need legal help after an accident. After an accident, victims are at... ❯❯❯

Eight Handy Tips for Winning a Court Case

Eight Handy Tips for Winning a Court Case Image Source Court cases are complicated, and everyone is not well versed with state laws and legal procedures. Even the expertise of lawyers also varies by nature of cases. Some attorneys deal with civil cases, while others have specialization in criminal trials.  According to statistics, in the United States, an average of 6 million car accidents and 1.5 million cases of medical... ❯❯❯

What Are the Advantages of Hiring a DUI Attorney?

What Are the Advantages of Hiring a DUI Attorney? There are around 1.5 million individuals arrested with a DUI. DUI charges carry significant consequences, depending on the severity of your violation. After all, the goal is to deter driving under the influence. Doing a Google search for the “best attorney near me” is the right step. You may get into more trouble without a DUI lawyer. Don’t believe us? Continue... ❯❯❯

How to Effectively Deal with Social Security Fraud

Social Security fraud does not come often, but the consequences can be devastating when it does. Social Security fraud uses false information on claims for social security benefits. This can include lying about work history, income, Medicare coverage, dependents, and more. The most obvious type of fraud is the use of false information when filing for benefits. The problem is that there is a lack... ❯❯❯

Is a bill of sale legally binding?

A bill of sale is a contract for the purchase of something between a buyer and a seller. Like other contracts, a bill of sale also makes a record of the agreement between two parties. It  represents an outline in writing the transfer of ownership of a good or goods from one party to the other. A bill of sale is legally binding if the agreement between the parties is made consciously and the... ❯❯❯

Who Needs Errors and Omissions Insurance?

Customer dissatisfaction is something no business wants, but now and then, a service experience or product doesn't meet expectations. When this happens, a complaint is usually made, and a company will take steps to handle the situation and satisfy the complaining party.  However, when dissatisfaction is high, a customer could file a suit alleging they suffered financial damages. The fallout... ❯❯❯