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By Don Coker
The author, renowned nationwide banking expert witness Don Coker, explains some important issues and banking industry standard policies, procedures, and practices that impact bank garnishment litigation.
Recently released statistics are making headlines in New York, as an analysis of driving while intoxicated (DWI) conviction rates by the Democrat and Chronicle in Rochester has revealed some surprising information.
The latest electronic innovations for cars help us quickly find destinations, park without denting bumpers, communicate with others and entertain passengers. While much of the on-board gadgetry is eye-catching, all of it adds to the distractions taking the attention of drivers off of the roads and other vehicles.
For all their fame and wealth, celebrities often face the same problems as the rest of us. However, some of these problems - even something as small as a traffic ticket - can seem larger than life for those whose lives are viewed through the lens of media scrutiny. And while negative publicity can certainly damage someone's reputation, the fact is that many famous people receive special treatment from law enforcement.
According to the California Attorney General's office, more than 200,000 Californians over the age of 65 are subjected to elder abuse each year - and the problem is not expected to get better any time soon.
On August 15, a new Louisiana law making texting-while-driving a primary offense took effect. Prior to that date, drivers could be ticketed for texting while behind the wheel, however, the driver had to be pulled over for another violation, such as speeding, before the ticket could be written. Now, police officers will be able to pull over and ticket drivers solely for texting or checking e-mail while driving.
Ongoing litigation between Coverall North America Inc., a company in the commercial cleaning business, and its franchisees could change the landscape of the franchise business throughout the country.
There are two bills before the Tennessee legislature this term that could impose unfair limits on the rights of injured patients to bring medical malpractice claims against those responsible for harming them.
Nursing home abuse and neglect is a fact of life that many communities are only beginning to realize and investigate fully. Recently, in Murfreesboro, Tenn., Dorothy Butler, a 100-year-old nursing home resident, was rushed to a hospital emergency room suffering from hemorrhaging, pressure sores, bruising and four broken ribs. Adult Protective Services, part of the Tennessee Department of Human Services, investigated the incident.
One of the many headaches associated with Medicare may soon be coming to an end. This past March, a bill was proposed in the House of Representatives that would make the process of reimbursing Medicare for health care expenses paid by a secondary source more efficient.