2017

What You Need To Know About Real Estate Deeds

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Real estate transactions often involve large sums of money. In order to protect the financial interests of the parties involved in the transaction, documentation is required to ensure that the buying and selling of a piece of property is legal. One of the most important documents involved in any real estate transaction is the deed. A deed is essentially a piece of paper that legally transfers ownership of the property from one person or entity to another.…

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Can The Rear Driver Sue For Damages After A Rear-End Accident?

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In accidents in which one car rear-ends another, most people would guess the driver who rear-ended the other is at fault. This is not always true though. There are some special situations in which both drivers could be held liable. Depending on the circumstances, the driver in the rear might be able to take legal action against the driver in the front. If you were the rear-ending driver in an accident, here is what you need to know:…

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A Guide To Getting The Ideal Criminal Defense

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Finding yourself locked up and awaiting trial for a criminal charge can be one of the scariest experiences of a lifetime. You need to bounce back from this by treating your criminal case with the seriousness that it deserves. By touching base with a criminal defense attorney, you’ll be able to make the right selection, research their prices and services and make sure that you are getting all you need for your defense.…

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4 Things You Need To Do To Locate A Missing Spouse Before You Divorce

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If your spouse is missing, you might be wondering if you can get a divorce. In order to get a divorce from a missing spouse, you will have to go before a judge and let them know that you have done everything you could to locate your spouse. Here are some things that you must do to be able to tell your judge that you are ready for a divorce.…

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Liability In Cycling-Pedestrian Accidents

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As a a cyclist, you know you have to be careful when you ride your bike with cars around. But what about when you’re around pedestrians? Do you take the same precautions? Though not as common as colliding with a car, bike-pedestrian accidents do happen and you could be hurt or liable for someone else getting hurt. While the injuries are not usually as severe as bike-car or pedestrian-car accidents, they can be fairly significant.…

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Maintain Your Safety While Driving And Receive Assistance After An Accident

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If you recently acquired your driver’s license and purchased a secondhand car to be used as your primary form of transportation to get back and forth to work, the following information will help you maintain your safety while on the road and receive assistance if you are ever involved in an automobile accident. Have Your Vehicle Tuned Up And Prepare An Emergency Kit If your car was not already inspected by a mechanic prior to purchasing it, call an automotive shop and make an appointment to have your vehicle inspected and tuned up.…

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4 Reasons To End Your Divorce At Mediation

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Being part of a  divorce can be a challenge. You may be emotionally distraught about the outcome of your case, but there isn’t anything you can do until it’s settled. The good news is you will have the opportunity to end the dispute at mediation. This is the time you will meet with your spouse, a mediator, and your lawyer to negotiate a settlement agreement.  It’s ideal to know some of the reasons you should work to have success at this meeting.…

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Four Mistakes That Will Cost You Your Speeding Ticket Case

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If you have decided to fight your speeding ticket, you should at least do it right. This includes knowing what to do and what not to do. For example, the following four mistakes can cost you dearly: Attacking the Arresting Officer’s Credibility The law presumes that every criminal suspect is innocent until proven guilty. However, when facing the arresting officer in court, expect them to have an edge on you on who is to be believed.…

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Recovering From A Workplace Injury: 3 Tips For Surviving While You Appeal Your Worker's Compensation Denial

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Dealing with a work-related injury is hard enough without the insurance company acting like you are just trying to get out of work. After all, you love your job and can’t wait to be finished with your medical treatment and recovery. Now, you face a new roadblock since you just found out that your employer’s insurance is denying your workers compensation claim. As you work on the next phase of your appeal, use these tips to minimize the financial and emotional stress this places on your household.…

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Planning Parties For Labor Day? 4 Things You Should Never Do If Pulled Over For A DUI

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Summer will soon be over. That means it’s time to start planning for the Labor Day parties. It’s the last weekend before you have to officially say goodbye to the summer fun. If your Labor Day activities are going to involve drinking, it’s best to stay off the road. First, you don’t want to cause an accident that could harm you, or anyone else. Second, you don’t want your summer to end with a DUI.…

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