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Tips For Correctly Interacting With Law Enforcement On Accident Or DUI Scenes

Whether you find yourself at fault for a major traffic accident or you are pulled over by law enforcement for suspicion of a DUI, it is vital you do everything you can to avoid future legal charges or a conviction. A DUI or reckless driving charge can have a multi-year negative impact on your life. To avoid this fate, follow each of these tips from a criminal defense lawyer: Tip: Behave in a Professional Manner with Everyone at the Scene Read More 

Were You Set Up By Your Employer And Fired? Hire A Lawyer

If you started getting in trouble at work and written up for things that you didn't do, or that you weren't sure even were against the rules, and now you are fired, you need to hire a lawyer. If your employer or the management were plotting against you because they wanted to get rid of you, you want to get a lawyer so that you can be compensated for the wages that you may have lost because of what happened. Read More 

3 Things That Raise Risk For Bed Sores

If you have an elderly loved one who is being taken care of by someone other than yourself,  you may have certain concerns. Elderly people, especially those who are bedridden or those who are unable to communicate their needs may be at high risk for developing bed sores or pressure ulcers. These skin wounds are almost always preventable, however, once they develop, they can be difficult to treat. Here are three things that may raise your loved one's risk for bed sores, and what you can do about them: Read More 

You Were Thrown From A Friend’s Horse At A Wedding: Can You Sue?

Outdoor horse wedding are an engaging experience that a large number of people enjoy. However, animals can be unpredictable and cause an injury to a person being married. As a result, it is essential to take steps to fully understand this situation when pursuing a personal injury case. Legal Liability Often Falls With The Property Owner A horse stable owner is typically placed under a variety of strict liability laws that are designed to protect anyone visiting or riding their horses. Read More 

How Cohabitation Affects Spousal Support

Many formerly married people are understandably reluctant to marry again after a divorce, but that doesn't necessarily mean that they are living life solo. More than ever before, people are cohabiting without going through the legal process of getting married. Besides the obvious attractions of companionship, it really is cheaper to live as two. If you are the recipient of spousal support (alimony), you may run into some trouble when you take on a partner, especially if you two are sharing living expenses. Read More