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How To Prepare For A Car Accident Lawyer Consultation Visit

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After going through a traumatic car accident, you will need to visit a personal injury lawyer at some point to begin working on settling your case. If you are preparing to do this but do not know where to start, here are several things you should do and know as you prepare to meet with a lawyer for help settling your car accident case: Gather up your evidence You will receive the best advice possible at this appointment if you come prepared – and coming prepared means bringing everything you have about the accident with you.…

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Three Positive Elements About Getting Legal Custody Of Your Children

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Where the custody of your children is concerned, many people think solely about physical custody — in other words, the parent who physically lives with the children after a divorce. Another important type of custody about which to be aware is legal custody. If you are granted legal custody of your children, they won’t be living with you, but you will have a say in any important matters involved in raising them.…

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Payment Plans: The Perfect Option When You Can't Afford a Bond Fee

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When you have a friend who goes to jail, it’s fortunate that there are bail bondsman services you can take advantage of that will allow you to come up with the money to post bail. And, as an added bonus, if you will be working with a professional bail bondsman then the courts will be more willing to accept bail. However, you are required to pay a fee, which can be as high as 15%.…

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Complications That Can Arise From A Medical Implement Remaining In Your Body

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It’s extremely unlucky to end up with a medical implement forgotten in your body after you’ve been through surgery. Your luck can change, however, when you hire an experienced medical malpractice attorney to represent you. The negligence that the hospital exhibited in leaving the tool in your body can translate into a significant amount of damages awarded to you, which can help to offset the challenges that this scenario results in.…

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Divorce While Pregnant? It May Be Your Best Option In These Situations

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When most couples get pregnant, they’re excited and think of growing closer as a couple as they add to their family. This isn’t always the case, unfortunately, and a pregnancy can lead to issues that make you wonder if staying together in the best course of action. While emotions can run high because of the stress that often accompanies being pregnant, you should always try to calmly assess the situation to determine if you should stay together or think about divorcing.…

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Potential Injuries During Trick-Or-Treat Nights

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If you will be trick-or-treating on Halloween, then you should be aware of the risks of injuries common on such nights. Here are some of those risks and what you may have to prove to hold a homeowner liable for them. Burn Injuries There are two main things that can trigger burn injuries during a typical trick-or-treat night – candles and electrical decorations. For example, an outdoor candle can get knocked over and cause a fire outbreak.…

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Looking For A Career After Your Divorce? Why You Should Become A Court Reporter

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If you’ve spent the majority of your life as an at-home caregiver, and you’re facing a divorce, you’re going to need a way to support yourself. Make sure you choose a job that will provide you with the income and benefits you need. It’s also important that you choose a job that will be something you can enjoy doing on a daily basis. If you haven’t thought about a career in court reporting, you need to.…

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Occupational Hazards: Why And How You Can Sue

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Many jobs have occupational hazards. The people that work these jobs know that going into them. So, how can you sue your employer for an occupational-related health problem? What are some conditions that allow you to file such a lawsuit? Why should you sue? The answers to these questions follow. It Does Not Matter What You Know or Do Not Know About Occupational Hazards This may come as quite the surprise, but it does not matter what you know or do not know about the hazards involved in your line of work.…

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Tips For A Quick Divorce

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It may sound unreal, but you can go through divorce much quicker than pessimists say. When things go slow, many advocate it’s the divorce attorney. But things aren’t quite like this. The divorce attorney is just proceeding the way you advise and instruct him or her. If you want a legal split-up with no impediments, you will need to be willing to put forth effort and compromise. No counselor can dictate how fast the entire process goes.…

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Is it Possible to File a Lawsuit Anonymously?

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The law generally requires plaintiffs to file lawsuits using their real names, because defendants have the right to face and respond to their accusers. However, there are times when filing a lawsuit anonymously is necessary to prevent further harm from befalling the plaintiff (e.g. retaliation from defendant). Whether you’ll be able to file the suit using a pseudonym depends on the laws in your state and other factors. Here’s what you need to know.…

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