22
Sep

10 Most Common Car Accident Injuries

When an automobile accident occurs, drivers and passengers can receive multiple injuries. Whether it’s being cut from broken glass or metal, hit by unsecured items inside the car, or being ejected from the vehicle during a rollover, the fact is numerous types of injuries can occur. And unfortunately, victims sustaining these injuries often find themselves facing not only physical pain,

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21
Sep

The Do’s and Don’ts When Fighting for Child Custody

Wanting to win primary custody of your children isn’t enough to make it happen. You have to have an action plan. Here are important things to do and things you should avoid if you want to win primary custody of your children: DO – Be professional at all times The court has to decide which of you is the better

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21
Sep

Is Filing for Bankruptcy for Me?

Filing for bankruptcy is a huge decision, and you should take some time to make sure it’s right for you first. Are There Other Options? First, you should figure out if you have any other options besides bankruptcy. If you could change your spending habits or consolidate your debt for a lower interest rate, those may be better decisions that

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21
Sep

How to Fight a Drug Possession Charge

Thousands of people are charged with drug possession every year. While some of these charges are for larger amounts, many cases involve minimal amounts of a controlled substance. In every state, the majority of criminal court dockets are filled with small drug cases. Luckily, it is possible to fight these charges and achieve a positive outcome. While it may be

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28
Aug

The Difference Between Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 are two of the most common types of bankruptcy filings in the United States. Although they both function to eliminate or restructure debts, there are some key differences. Which one fits your needs depends on a lot of different factors. Your debts and the terms of their repayment play a big role in making this

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18
Aug

What if Your Car Accident Injuries Don’t Appear Immediately?

Any accident involving cars or other motor vehicles can be a traumatic experience and can leave lasting injury, both psychological and physical. In addition, some injuries may not become noticeable until the time following the accident. As such, it’s important that your injuries following the accident are closely observed, as will be explained in this article.     Soft-Tissue Damage

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9
Aug

Is it Important to File for Divorce First?

If you think you may be headed towards divorce court, you might wonder if there’s anything to gain by being the first to file. Does being the plaintiff, rather than the defendant, gives you any advantages when it comes to custody or property division? While this isn’t always an easy question to answer, there are some reasons that it’s best

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8
Aug

4 Ways to Beat a DUI or DWI Charge

If you have been arrested for driving under the influence, you need to understand your essential legal rights. You also need to have an appreciation of the primary ways in which a person in your position possibly can beat a DUI charge. 1. No Probable Cause for the Initial Stop A police officer must have probable cause to stop your

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19
Jul

How Does Maryland Determine Child Custody?

When determining child custody, there are two types of issues the court has to address. They have to determine the legal custody, as well as the physical custody of the child. Legal vs. Physical Custody Legal custody deals with the type of arrangement the parents are going to follow. In a joint legal custody arrangement both parties are on equal
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14
Jul

Medical Negligence vs. Medical Malpractice: What’s the Difference?

The term “medical negligence” is often used synonymously with “medical malpractice” and for most purposes that is adequate. Strictly speaking though, medical negligence is only one required legal element of a meritorious medical malpractice claim. What is Medical Negligence? One definition of medical negligence includes an act or omission (failure to act) by a medical professional that deviates from the

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