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5 Most Common White Collar Crimes to Be Aware of Today

5 Most Common White Collar Crimes to Be Aware of TodayPhoto by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels When people consider “crime” or “felony,” they often think of violent crimes, such as theft, assault, murder, etc. However, many defense lawyers all over the country deal with nonviolent crimes known as white-collar crimes. This group of criminal activities refers to any nonviolent crime committed for financial gain. While there can be a variety of white-colla... ❯❯❯

Types of Complications Following a Hernia Mesh Medical Procedure

Types of Complications Following a Hernia Mesh Medical ProcedurePhoto by Zakir Rushanly on Pexels If you are one of the thousands of people who have had a hernia mesh medical procedure, you may be wondering what types of complications could occur. Hernia mesh medical procedures are often very successful, but there is always a risk for complications, as with any surgery. What is a Hernia Mesh Medical Procedure? A hernia mesh medical procedure is surgery to... ❯❯❯

Can I Be Charged for Admitting to Drink Driving?

If you’re pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI), you can be charged for admitting to the offense. Remember, your admission, albeit accidental, can be used against you. Plus, your spontaneous excuses in defence of yourself may not help.  While it’s advisable to stay calm and not say anything, we all know that’s not how it always plays out - you may volunteer... ❯❯❯

Steps to Take After a Sports Injury

Everyone should be doing sport, at least occasionally. It’s not only a lot of fun and a great way to get the exercise you need to live a long and healthy life. However, they come with risks. If you play sport for long enough, whether that’s gymnastics, rugby, or surfing, then an injury becomes increasingly likely. What would you do if you got injured and believed you were entitled to compensation... ❯❯❯

Understanding Class Actions Lawsuits

Understanding Class Actions LawsuitsPhoto by Skitterphoto on Pexels There are many instances in which the law may not be able to fully remedy the harm caused by a company or individual adequately. For example, a person whom a product defect has harmed may only be entitled to compensation proportional to their losses. Many other harms can arise from corporate misconduct, such as discrimination, fraud, or false advertising. In such... ❯❯❯

The Legal Procedure of Reporting Fraud

The Legal Procedure of Reporting FraudSource The legal procedure of reporting fraud is often complicated and difficult to understand. Identity theft, for example, is a violation of privacy with an additional fallout that can be a financial loss. This article will outline the steps you should take if you find yourself in this situation including what to do if your identity has been stolen before, how to report it, and who should be... ❯❯❯

The General Timeline for Personal Injury Court Cases

The General Timeline for Personal Injury Court CasesSource If you have sustained injuries from an accident that was someone else's fault, you will need crucial information about a personal injury case, including the time it will take. Every case is different, so they have different timelines. On average, personal injury court cases take between twelve to eighteen months. Medical Treatment If you have been hurt in an accident, get medical... ❯❯❯

How Work Injuries Can Affect Your Overall Life

How Work Injuries Can Affect Your Overall LifeSource If you're injured on the job, the repercussions can be devastating. A full recovery may take some time, which means taking time away from your job. If you don't have a good disability insurance policy, you could face financial hardship due to your injury. In addition, work injuries can impact the quality of life for those directly affected and their family. Family Savings If you have... ❯❯❯

What are the 5 Most Common Types of Medical Malpractice Lawsuits?

The Journal of Patient Safety estimates the third leading cause of death in the United States is hospital errors. It trails behind heart disease and cancer deaths.That means hundreds of thousands of preventable deaths, about 440,000, directly result from medical mistakes. When medical errors lead to injuries, that mistake can form the basis of a medical malpractice suit. Medical malpractice is... ❯❯❯

How To Prepare A Last Will And Testament

How To Prepare A Last Will And TestamentImage Source Writing a last will and testament would benefit you in more ways than one. It protects not only your estate but also the final wishes you want to fulfill, such as where you wish to be buried, who will adopt your pets, or what flowers you want for your funeral. The primary people who write it usually feel like they are about to reach their time. And writing one is surprisingly easy... ❯❯❯

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