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- Impact of Domestic Violence
Provided by: Huesman, Jones and Miles, LLC
Victims of domestic violence react to being attacked or abused in different ways. Individuals may feel angry, afraid, confused or even emotionally numb.
- Fatal Collapse Accident at Construction Site
Provided by: Grungo Colarulo
Three construction workers were recently killed, and one seriously injured, when the mast climber they were working on collapsed and sent them hurling to the ground.
- How The Court Determines Joint Managing Conservatorship
Provided by: The Law Offices of Sharita Blacknall
“Conservatorship” is the word that Texas law uses to describe custody in divorce and suit affecting the parent child relationship (custody for the unmarried) cases. The people who get custody are known as “conservators.”
- Man Fired for 'Performance Issues' After Being Told He Was 'Too Old' to Do His Job
Provided by: Murphy Law Group, LLC
Company claimed staffer was insubordinate.
- My Neighbor's Dog Keeps Barking; Do I Have Any Legal Rights?
Provided by: HG.org
Noisy dogs are a common legal dispute. After all, while pet owners may feel annoyance at a dog that barks at every little noise, a neighbor has absolutely no control over training the dog not to respond in this manner. Thus, as the neighbor, what can you do legally to get the pet owner to quiet his noisy animal?
- What Are the Conditions Needed to Qualify for a Pro Bono Attorney?
Provided by: HG.org
Attorneys can be very expensive. They are highly trained professionals with in-demand skills that make them able to charge increasingly high fees for their time, knowledge, and services. But, some attorneys are willing to offer at least a portion of their time to help the less fortunate. So, how do you get pro bono legal representation?
- I Have No Money, How Can I Hire an Attorney?
Provided by: HG.org
Frequently, the people who need an attorney the most are also the ones who can least afford to pay for one. Whether accused of a crime, injured in an accident, or facing the possibility of losing your children, there are many situations where the stakes are so high that you might desperately need an attorney even though you have no way to pay. So, how do you hire an attorney when you have no money?
- Fast Food Restaurant's Unsafe Practices
Provided by: E.S. Borjeson & Associates
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has received new complaints filed against nine company-owned McDonald’s and 19 McDonald’s franchises that allege a variety of unsafe work practices.
- Are New Jersey Roads Safer without Mandated Car Inspections?
Provided by: Richard DiTomaso, ESQ., PC
In August, 2010, the Christie administration did away with mandatory motor vehicle safety inspections in New Jersey.
- Efforts to Reduce Ambulance Crashes
Provided by: The Law Office of James R. Moyles
With over 600,000 emergency calls annually in the Pennsylvania area and thousands of drivers operating ambulances, it is no surprise that the crash rate for ambulances in Western Pennsylvania averages one multi-vehicle accident every day.