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How to Secure Evidence in a Truck Accident

By | December 15, 2015

A truck accident is a frightening catastrophe that is incomparable to any other vehicular accidents. The impacts are massive and not just physical, but emotional and financial as well. Securing evidence is an important part of building a case and accomplishing it within the first twenty-four hours is crucial. Evidence is necessary to back your claim. It is… Read More »

What You Should Know about Slip and Fall Injuries Among the Elderly

By | December 9, 2015

Unfortunately, while slip and fall accidents are some of the most common which happen to individuals today, slip and fall accidents for the elderly are even more common. These accidents occur all across the country. In fact, according to research put together by the National Floor Safety Institute, about one million people every year visit the emergency room… Read More »

3 Things Law School Didn’t Teach You – Tips for New Lawyers

By | December 8, 2015

After all those years at law school you are finally in the real world practicing law. Law school has perhaps taught you well how to interpret and articulate your arguments, to think like lawyers and understand the different areas of substantive law, but there are many things you still need to figure out by yourself when you become… Read More »

InVisalign Misaligned – Is This Medical Malpractice?

By | November 27, 2015

Crooked teeth can be a real problem. It’s one of those personal issues that can affect how you smile, how you speak, how you eat, and even your level of confidence. Correcting a crooked smile is definitely a process, but with today’s procedures, technology, and modern medicine, you don’t have to suffer with it.

Car Accidents and Wrongful Death – What You Need to Know Before Filing a Lawsuit

By | November 19, 2015

Every year more than 30,000 people are killed by car accidents in the U.S., according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). This is equivalent to one car accident wrongful death every 12 minutes. Although NHTSA reports a 3.1 percent decline in the numbers from the previous year, the Fatality Analysis Reporting System indicates that over 32,000 people… Read More »

I’ve Confessed to a Crime – Now What?

By | November 10, 2015

In the majority of situations, speaking to law enforcement authorities without legal counsel is a mistake that can seriously jeopardize your criminal defense case. When the police have detained you, however, it’s normal to feel afraid, overwhelmed, and anxious about your freedom and your future. When people experience the pressure cooker situation of an arrest or incarceration, they… Read More »

The Flow of Immigration

By | November 2, 2015

Whether it’s the call of opportunity in a new location or the desire to escape the political problems within a country, migrating from your homeland is certainly not a new idea. Every day, many people consider the benefits of moving somewhere else. Immigration is not just a highly charged topic discussed by world leaders, but it’s also a… Read More »

Can You Sue If You Are Hit By a Baseball?

By | October 20, 2015

It’s a fun night out with some friends catching the game for your local major league baseball team. You’re enjoying watching your favorite players, with a tasty hot dog in hand. Unfortunately, danger lurks, even in a place as seemingly safe as the ballpark. Foul balls happen all the time, but every once in a while they end… Read More »

The Pros and Cons of a Personal Injury Case

By | October 19, 2015

Introduction If you have been injured in an accident, you may be able to bring what is called a personal injury action against those individual(s) who caused your injuries. When deciding whether or not to bring a case against those who caused or partially caused your personal injuries, there are several factors you should consider. One important thing… Read More »

Does Cheating Matter to Judges

By | September 18, 2015

According to some estimates 17% of marriages end because of a wandering spouse.  Women cheat to gain an emotional connection, while men cheat mostly for sex. The most likely times for cheating to occur are during the first year of marriage, following the birth of the first child, the seventh year of marriage (the infamous seven year itch),… Read More »