Category Archives: Articles

Fed Investigating Ailes And Fox News Channel For Hiding Harassment Payouts

By | March 27, 2017

Overshadowed in coverage by the last election, the sexual harassment case against Roger Ailes of Fox News appeared not to get much media time. However, the allegations against Ailes are still in full swing as a number of reporters working for Fox News have allegedly either decided to jump ship or have been paid off to keep their… Read More »

New Arkansas Law Redefines Abortion Legalities

By | March 27, 2017

Quite arguably one of the biggest topics that any liberal worries about, especially a feminist liberal, is the potential that abortion laws in the US could be overturned and a woman could lose her right to choose. Liberals are fearing the “right to life” platform, which has been the cornerstone of both, the Republican and conservative movements across… Read More »

What Are My rights After I’ve Been Rear-Ended By Someone That Was Read-Ended?

By | March 27, 2017

Rear-End Collisions are quite common in motorist accidents.  In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 40% of all accidents that occur every year (6 million) are attributed to rear-ended collisions. Drivers have been growing increasingly distracted while driving – texting being a major distraction for many drivers. Rear-end vehicle claims can be quite complex… Read More »

Understanding Landowner Liability In California

By | March 27, 2017

One of the most persistent urban legends in premises liability law is the burglar who breaks into someone’s home, is injured, and sues the property owners. In a few cases, California landowners do owe a duty of care to trespassers, but such instances are quite limited. However, in most circumstances, landowners have more liability exposure than tortfeasors (negligent… Read More »

First Degree Murder Charges in Illinois

By | March 27, 2017

First degree murder is the most serious crime of homicide in Illinois. It is charged for the most egregious acts that result in another person’s death – often with prior contemplation, design, and preparation.

Completing Your New York State No-Fault Application

By | March 27, 2017

If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident in New York and have suffered personal injuries, you will need to complete and file a New York No-Fault Application with the proper motor vehicle insurance company. This brief article will explain the important aspects of that application that may be a little confusing to you.

Should Senior Drivers Be Required to Take Driver’s Test?

By | March 17, 2017

As we advance in age, we start to lose some of our mental and physical acuity. We experience vision, hearing and cognitive losses. But, people experience such changes at different times, and they may be gradual.

Pedestrian Accidents In Crosswalks in California

By | March 15, 2017

In a perfect world, pedestrians would always cross the street with the light between the lines of the crosswalk, and motorists would always stop behind the line and give these people plenty of room to walk. Alas, we do not live in a perfect world, which is why there are rules governing these situation. The first step to… Read More »

Medical Malpractice Extends to Pharmacists

By | March 15, 2017

A discussion of medical malpractice calls to mind extreme examples of physicians misdiagnosing terminal cancer or surgeons removing the wrong kidney. While instances such as these have occurred, there are other medical professionals whose mistakes can result in serious injury. Whether they are employed at hospitals, clinics, drugstores, grocery stores, or online/mail order companies, pharmacists have obligations to… Read More »

Understanding New York No-Fault Law

By | March 15, 2017

New York became a No-Fault state in 1970. No-Fault laws were enacted in New York in order to ensure that motor vehicle accident victims would be able to receive payment for medical expenses, lost wages and other incidental costs associated with an injury from a motor vehicle accident regardless of fault.