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August 15, 2012 By The Martin Law Firm, P.C.
The decision to conduct a DUI checkpoint near a major highway on-ramp during the annual Musikfest festival in Northampton County, PA has been questioned by police officials. The DUI checkpoint was conducted by local PA township police on the night of August 4, during the first weekend of Musikfest. Musikfest is an annual music festival that has been held each August in Bethlehem, PA since 1984.
August 15, 2012 By Kalka & Baer LLC
Kalka & Baer's accident attorneys give a description of some serious chest injuries that commonly result from motor vehicle accidents and slip and fall accidents. Chest injuries are one of the more common types of injuries a person will sustain from a car accident. Sometimes even these injuries are caused by the protective force of a seatbelt or airbag. Serious slip and fall accidents can result in bad chest injuries as well.
August 15, 2012 By Murray LLP
Doing business in New York can be performed through a number of legal structures ranging from sole proprietorships to corporations. This advisory provides basic information on the different legal forms and the services that can be offered by Murray LLP for your business.
August 15, 2012 By Murray LLP
One of the most common forms of conducting business in New York is through a Limited Liability Company (LLC). This short article will cover some of the basic features of setting up a New York LLC. In New York one of the most common forms of entity for operating a business is a Limited Liability Company (commonly known as an LLC). Depending on the circumstances it may be an appropriate entity to choose when establishing a business or other undertaking in New York State.
August 15, 2012 By Foutris Law Office, Ltd.
Probable cause is necessary in an arrest and conviction, keeping law enforcement accountable and unable to arrest just anyone. Regardless of this restriction, many people are wrongfully taken into custody and some of them even found guilty.
August 15, 2012 By Greg Hill & Associates
Receiving stolen property happens when someone purchases or obtains possession of an item that was acquired by the seller or “giver” by theft (i.e. burglary, embezzlement, shoplifting, robbery), fraud or any other unlawful means. Our office has seen this charge arise from purchases allegedly from pawn shops, garage sales and swap meets.
Although fire season is still in its early stages, many states have already been seriously affected by wildfires blazing out of control. Western states such as California, Arizona, Nevada, Montana, New Mexico and Colorado have been hit hard. The lack of rain, high winds and record temperatures have made it difficult for firefighters to contain these fires. Sadly, about 29 large fires have already consumed over 1.5 million acres of land across these states.
It may sound odd that a natural hole will appear all of a sudden and out of nowhere. The gradual formation is quite understandable and it gives you time to address the problem. However, when the hole is formed suddenly, then you might not have time to deal with it. It can even bring casualties. Fortunately, some insurance cover sinkholes to protect you from their unfortunate occurrence.
For homeowners who sustained serious storm damage, there is no question that they will file residential insurance claims to collect for damages they suffered. However, homeowners who suffered minor property damage often find themselves asking if they should file insurance claims. Tropical Storm Debby, the fourth tropical storm of this 2012 hurricane season, caused slight to moderate damage to some homes and businesses and serious damage to others.
Waking up to the sounds of trees snapping and loud bangs from trees falling over was a living nightmare for many residents across the Ohio Valley and mid-Atlantic region recently. Residents in 13 different states were affected by violent windstorms, as high winds caused downed trees and other serious damage to areas including: