Category Archives: Miscellaneous Legal Topics

Should you Register a Copyright to Protect your Work?

By | May 8, 2008

Nearly everyone is aware that copyrights exist, but many people fail to take advantage of the protection copyrights can afford when they should.  Copyrights are valuable tools in that they allow individuals to protect intellectual property.

Prepare for the Inevitable with Collection Forms

By | May 8, 2008

At some time or another, your business will encounter a client or customer who fails to make a payment you are due. People may fail to make payments due to simple forgetfulness, a change in employment, severe financial distress, or a thousand other reasons. At that inevitable moment when a payment is missed for the first time, businesses… Read More »

Filing for Bankruptcy is Affordable with Official Bankruptcy Forms

By | May 8, 2008

Are you considering filing for consumer bankruptcy? If you do some research, you will run into one of the biggest ironies concerning personal bankruptcies today: they’re expensive. While in the past it cost just a few hundred dollars in attorney’s fees to file for bankruptcy, today it can cost $1,500 or even more.

Top Five Reasons to Use a Bill of Sale

By | May 7, 2008

Regardless of what type of property or item you are about to sell or buy, you should insist that a Bill of Sale is used to finalize the transaction. A Bill of Sale Form that is compliant with your state’s laws is the only way both parties in a transaction can feel 100% secure about the terms of… Read More »

How to Win in Small Claims Court

By | May 29, 2007

Most likely you’re not looking forward to your cameo in small claims court, and who could blame you? Long lines, little experience, bad blood, and shot nerves don’t exactly make for a leisurely trip to the courthouse. The following are some suggestions to help strengthen your case, and hopefully temper your frustrations: 1. Be on time, or be… Read More »

Pennsylvania Automobile Insurance Laws

By | June 29, 2006

Here are the important highlights of the Pennsylvania automobile insurance law, more formally called, the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law: 1) When purchasing a new policy after 1990, your insurance company must notify you, in writing, of two very important coverage options which you are to consider. The options are regarding “limited tort” and “full tort” coverage.… Read More »

Several Crucial 2004 “Crash Facts”

By | January 14, 2005

UNINTENTIONAL DEATHS: The leading cause of “Unintentional Deaths“ (which were caused by motor vehicle in the United States in the year 2004) will be over 50,000. As the clock ticked away the death caused by such a crash took place almost every 13 minutes! Recently published statistics prove that there was a disabling injury every 14 seconds and… Read More »

Documenting Your Client’s Personal Injury Insurance Claim

By | November 12, 2004

YOUR CLIENTS PERSONAL INJURY INSURANCE CLAIM ~ DOCUMENTING THEIR DISABILITY ~ PLUS SOME INSIGHTS INTO MEDICAL REIMBURSEMENTS By: Dan Baldyga The best judge of Total Disability and/or Partial Disability is “Ole” Doc Comfort your clients attending physician. The Medical Report he executes for the insurance company you’re battling with, Rock Solid Insurance Corporation, should always contain his comments… Read More »

Background Information Regarding the Motor Vehicle Accident “Whiplash-Type” Injury – As of Late 2004

By | October 1, 2004

The “Bottom Line” regarding “Whiplash Crash Facts” (this information was accumulated during 2004 – – and includes all the previous years) are as follows: THERE ARE 8 ABSOLUTE FACTS REGARDING THAT WHICH IS TODAY IDENTIFIED AS A “WHIPLASH” INJURY. THEY ARE AS FOLLOWS: #1. The “Threshold” for cervical spine soft tissue injury becomes a reality at 5 MPH.… Read More »

Today’s Electronic Cars are a Monumental Risk

By | September 19, 2004

The increasing popularity of the “Offspring’s” of the typical motor vehicle companies (The Electric Car) should be of profound concern to all of us. Those who cut the wrong electric cable (trying to prevent a fire in a conventional vehicle, after a crash) may find themselves in deep trouble, should this be done to a smashed-up, high-voltage electric… Read More »