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When Insurers Fall Short After An Accident

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Like most accident victims, you are probably under the impression that the other driver’s insurer will pay for all your losses. Read on and find out what many vehicle accident victims must learn the hard way about insurance coverage. Not Covered Car accidents produce a wide array of damages for most victims. Accident victims are entitled to medical care from the moment an ambulance arrives at the scene until they are taken care of.…

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Going Through A Divorce? Things You Shouldn't Keep From Your Divorce Attorney

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If you’re going through a divorce, and you’ve hired an attorney, be sure to maintain open and honest communication with them. If you’re like most people, you might think that everything your attorney needs to know is contained in the divorce papers. However, that’s not the case. There are other aspects of your life that you need to share with your attorney. Some of these aspects are more sensitive in nature.…

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5 Reasons To Hire A Real Estate Lawyer When Buying A House

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Buying a house is one of the most significant purchases people make in their lives, for a good reason. Homeownership isn’t just about owning property; it’s also an investment in your family’s future. When buying a house, you can avoid many legal pitfalls by hiring an experienced real estate lawyer. A real estate lawyer will help you complete the many steps necessary to buy a property and protect your interests as a buyer throughout the process.…

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All About Private Investigators

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The idea of a private investigator may sound illegal, but there are well within the law. They do follow and/or document the moves a person makes, but they are conducting or assisting with an investigation. The information they find can be crucial. What Is a Private Investigator? Private investigators are civilians that are hired by various people or companies to perform private investigations for them. Some states may require private investigators to be licensed to practice in their state.…

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Why You Should Hire A Truck Accident Lawyer After A Crash

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It is a scary thing to have happen to you or a loved one, being involved in a truck accident. You are more likely to be seriously injured or even killed during a crash with a truck. It can also be more complicated to get the compensation you may be entitled to after a truck accident as well. There are more moving parts and it’s typically not only the driver who can be held liable.…

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3 Ways You Can Have Your DUI Charges Reduced

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When you are convicted of a DUI offense, your auto insurance rates will increase, and you risk accumulating harmful points to your driving records. The best way to navigate such consequences is by defending your DUI charge aggressively with the help of a DUI attorney. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your case, you may have your case dismissed or your charges reduced. Here are a few ways to have your charges reduced or case dropped.…

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How A Resisting Arrest Charge Can Be Challenged

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Resisting arrest is a crime you might be charged with if you interfere with the arrest of yourself or another individual. After this occurs, you might face potential jail time. To prevent this from happening, you’ll want to contact a criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. How Resisting Arrest Can Occur Resisting arrest often occurs when you engage in physical actions that prevent a police officer from carrying out the arrest.…

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Common Defenses Against An Illegal Firearm Possession Charge

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Even if you live in a state that is somewhat lenient when it comes to firearm ownership, you may face very severe penalties if you own a weapon that is illegal. In some cases, you might not even know that the weapon you are in possession of is illegal, such as if you make a modification to a part of your firearm that is considered an illegal modification. A criminal defense lawyer may be able to help you have your charges reduced or dismissed.…

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What Should You Do When You Think Your Employer Is Retaliating Against You For Reporting OSHA Violations?

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration places regulations on businesses that help ensure that employees are kept safe in the workplace. Businesses that violate these regulations can face fines from OSHA. However, OSHA doesn’t typically inspect businesses to make sure that they’re following all of the federal safety regulations placed on them — they rely on employees reporting potential safety violations to OSHA. Once an employee reports a potential safety hazard, OSHA may send an inspector out to the workplace in order to make sure the business is following federal safety rules.…

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What To Expect When Filing An Auto Accident Claim

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Auto accident law, especially the branch that covers injuries, can seem complex to deal with. That’s why many people prefer to put their cases into the hands of a car accident lawyer. It’s important, however, to go into the process with some understanding of what likely will and won’t happen. Suing Someone There may be a particular appeal that comes with the idea of pursuing a lawsuit, but the chances that your claim will end up going to court are pretty slim.…

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