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Preparing for Divorce Litigation

April 27, 2015     By Giro Elder Law
Making the decision to divorce is a difficult choice. You need to be sure you have considered how the divorce will affect you and your family in the short term and long term. Taking as much time as is available to consider the affects will benefit you and your family during the separation.

USCIS Announces Changes to the Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program

April 27, 2015     By Jurado & Farshchian, P.L.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that beginning February 17, 2015, it will require those applying to the Cuban Family Reunification Parole (CFRP) Program to file an Application for Travel Document (Form I-131) and pay the associated fee or submit a fee waiver request.

The Dangers of Using a Cell Phone While Driving

April 27, 2015     By The Law Offices of Kenneth A. Wilhelm
People are more likely to cause serious accidents when they use cell phones while driving. In fact, a study conducted by the University of Utah shows drivers who use cell phones while driving are as impaired as drunk drivers.

Tax Evasion: More Than 18,000 Proceedings Suspended Following Voluntary Disclosure

April 27, 2015     By GRP Rainer LLP
The number of voluntary declarations in cases of tax evasion is increasing and with it the number of suspended proceedings. More than 18,000 proceedings were suspended in 2013 according to media reports.

Motorcycle Accidents in Florida

April 26, 2015     By Fundaro Recinos
In Florida, the warm weather and open, well maintained roads provide a great place to operate motorcycles. Most drivers do not give motorcyclists enough space, and most are not familiar with the specific rules of the road which apply to motorcycles.

Illinois' New Photo Lineup Law

April 26, 2015     By Glasgow, Beattie, Olsson
Wrongful convictions can destroy lives. Being convicted of a crime one did not commit can land an innocent person in prison, saddle him or her with fines and legal fees, and destroy his or her career and relationships while the truly guilty party lives free.

How Can I Challenge a Garnishment?

April 26, 2015     By HG.org
Garnishments can result in the withholding of up to 25 percent of a person’s disposable wages, according to federal law. However, there may be a number of objections that a debtor can raise to reduce or eliminate the garnishment.

How Do I Garnish Wages for Child Support?

April 26, 2015     By HG.org
In a typical debtor/creditor case, a creditor must go to court and get a judgment against a debtor before it can take part in collection efforts on the debt, such as garnishment or property assignments. Parents who are not receiving the support that they are entitled to receive per an existing court order do not typically have to go through the process of getting a judgment to have wages automatically withheld from the other parent’s wages.

General Principles of Licensing in Turkish Natural Gas Market

April 26, 2015     By Herdem Attorneys at Law
The general principles setting out the legal requirements for licensing are defined under Law No 4646 of Turkey. Accordingly, the entities to engage in market activities shall obtain a license for each activity and for each facility respectively, if the said activities are to be conducted in more than one facility, before starting operation.

Civil Claims Contrasted to Criminal Proceedings in Fraud Cases

April 25, 2015     By Drukker Solicitors
If a fraud has been committed against your company there may be general desire to get justice by seeing the perpetrator sentenced for their crime and sent to prison. However, commercially astute businesses realise that the use of civil proceedings may be more advantageous.

How Do Movies, TV Shows, Music, and Video Games Get Rated for Content?

April 24, 2015     By HG.org
Most parents are concerned with the things their children see and hear in the media. It is an ugly world out there, and while it may be inevitable that they will eventually learn about all of those things, most parents do not want their kids to see graphic violence or mature content or hear offensive language at too your an age.

Tax Haven – Where Are the Best Tax Rates in Switzerland?

April 24, 2015     By Caputo & Partners AG
How many taxes do you have to pay? And where can you actually pay fewer taxes? The “Swiss Tax Report 2015″, from the highly regarded auditing and consulting firm KPMG, provides you with all the answers.

Immigrating to Cyprus

April 24, 2015     By Stelios Americanos & Co LLC
Non-Cypriot citizens may enlist to obtain the Cypriot citizenship by exception on the basis of the scheme for Major Collective Investments.

Incorporation of Companies in Hong Kong and in Singapore

April 24, 2015     By Stelios Americanos & Co LLC
In light of increased recent interest in incorporating corporations in Hong Kong and in Singapore, we have summarized briefly hereunder the procedures and the advantages of such corporations, as follows:

Tax evasion: Typical mistakes with voluntary declaration

April 24, 2015     By GRP Rainer LLP
Although there are no formal requirements for a voluntary declaration in cases of tax evasion, mistakes can result in the ineffectiveness of the voluntary declaration and the threat of a conviction.

New Rules in Russia for Recruiting and Hiring Foreign Citizens

April 24, 2015     By Levine Bridge Law Firm
By Governmental Decree dated March 20, 2015 №257, new rules are being introduced redarding the recruitment and hiring of foreign citizens.

The New Alternative Investment Funds Law in Cyprus

April 24, 2015     By Stelios Americanos & Co LLC
We would like to hereby inform you that the Alternative Investments Funds Law of 2014 has come into force as from the on the 18th July 2014 after its enactment by the House of Parliament on the 10th July 2014 (the “AIF Law”). As from the 18th July 2014 the AIF Law shall be the main instrument concerning the set-up, authorisation, regulation and supervision of the AIFs in Cyprus.

Taxes for Foreign Employees May Increase in Russia

April 24, 2015     By Levine Bridge Law Firm
Employers will pay taxes at a higher rate for foreign workers.

Investing in Cyprus

April 24, 2015     By Stelios Americanos & Co LLC
Large-scale projects, privatisations and a burgeoning oil and gas sector are firmly placing Cyprus on the map as a hotspot for investment from the US, Asia, Russia and the Middle East.

What Educational Rights Does My Disabled Child Have?

April 23, 2015     By HG.org
In the United States, every child is entitled to a free public education. Additionally, having a disability triggers additional protections under law for primary and secondary students. Likewise, once a post-secondary student identifies as having a disability, he or she is entitled to additional rights.

Underage Drinking Liability: Illinois House Bill 4745

April 23, 2015     By Cosley Law Office
Minor in possession. Open container violations. Driving under the influence. Minors are particularly susceptible to committing these alcohol-related crimes in peer-driven situations while still underage. Some parents have resigned to the fact that their children will drink regardless of their efforts, and will do everything they can to keep them safe—even if that means breaking the law themselves.

Injured While on a Bus, Who Is at Fault?

April 23, 2015     By HG.org
Buses are generally thought of as fairly safe forms of transportation. Otherwise millions of school children would not ride buses to school everyday, millions more commuters would not use them to get to and from work, and others would not use them to take cross-country trips or go on tours. They also tend to be in fewer accidents than cars and motorcycles.

What Is an Arbitration Statement?

April 23, 2015     By Console & Hollawell P.C.
When a personal injury claim proceeds to the lawsuit stage, the arbitration is an essential part of the legal process. As your claim moves into this stage, you’re likely to hear the phrase arbitration statement. An arbitration statement is a compilation of evidence such as medical bills, injury information, and documentation of lost wages.

Basics of Mediation

April 23, 2015     By Demmel Law Office, LLC
Mediation is negotiating with the assistance of a neutral third party (the mediator) who facilitates the negotiation process.

Tax Evasion: Voluntary Disclosure, Interest And Penalties

April 23, 2015     By GRP Rainer LLP
Voluntary disclosure in cases of tax evasion remains a possibility in 2015, but tax evaders will be asked by the exchequer to pay a heavy price.

Who Can a Passenger Sue when Injured in a Car Accident

April 22, 2015     By The Law Offices of Sharita Blacknall
Passengers in car crashes often wonder what their rights are.

Filing an Injury Claim Against a Company

April 22, 2015     By Law Office of Julie Johnson, PLLC
Filing an injury claim against a company is much more complicated and challenging than filing a claim against an individual. You don't want to go rushing after an injury and file a claim against a business or commercial establishment. You first need to gather evidence, make sure that you meet all the criteria for your claim, and only then take the first step forward to contacting either the business or the insurer.

Safety Tips for the Motorcycle Season

April 22, 2015     By Herrling Clark Law Firm Ltd.
As the weather warms up, more and more motorcycles are coming out of the garage, with riders ready to hit the road. Before you hop on your bike, remember to put safety first.

Can a Minor Be Charged with Statutory Rape?

April 22, 2015     By HG.org
Children seem to grow up faster today than ever before. As a result, many teens feel the pressure to enter into sexual relationships with their peers at younger and younger ages. This has created an interesting dilemma in the law regarding whether one minor can be charged with statutory rape for having a sexual relationship with another minor.

Victims of Bicycle Accidents

April 22, 2015     By Richard DiTomaso, ESQ., PC
Riding a bike is a popular means of travel with good reason.

Construction Accident Injuries

April 22, 2015     By Richard DiTomaso, ESQ., PC
Every year thousands of the over nine million construction workers in the United States are injured at construction sites throughout the country.

Sexual Assault Prevention on College Campuses

April 22, 2015     By Jay L Edelstein Attorney At Law
For high school seniors and their parents, Spring can mean the excitement of learning which colleges and universities they have been offered admission to, and which new campus communities they may become a member of in the Fall.

Truck Accidents

April 22, 2015     By Jay L Edelstein Attorney At Law
As drivers, we are often wary to drive beside a tractor trailer on the road.

Rise in Car Safety Tickets in New Jersey

April 22, 2015     By Grungo Colarulo
New Jersey motorists who drive on bald tires or with broken tail lights may not have to worry about failing inspection anymore, but they should be prepared to pay a fine.

South Jersey Wrongful Death Lawyers Report on Energy Drink Litigation

April 22, 2015     By Grungo Colarulo
The popularity of highly caffeinated energy drinks is well known for its ability to provide a quick lift and increased energy levels.

New Jersey: Patient Safety Issues at Hospitals

April 22, 2015     By Eichen, Crutchlow, Zaslow & McElroy, LLP
Hospitals are big business today, with many actively competing for patients.

New Jersey Proposes Laws to Prevent Prescription Pain Killer Addiction

April 22, 2015     By Eichen, Crutchlow, Zaslow & McElroy, LLP
According to the New Jersey State Commission on Investigation, an epidemic of opiate addiction is sweeping the country.

Lower Standard to Remove Restrictions on Parenting Time in Michigan

April 22, 2015     By Byers & Goulding, PLC
To modify custody the parent seeking the modification must show that there is a change in circumstances or good cause to revisit custody before the court will even consider a potential modification. The same is true for parenting time however the courts in Michigan have held that there is a less stringent requirement regarding the change of circumstances or good cause in order to modify parenting time.

Lower Rates of Motorcycle Fatalities

April 22, 2015     By Galfand Berger LLP
The number of people killed in motorcycle crashes was 4,668 in 2013, a decline of 6.4% from the prior year, according to the latest available data published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Pennsylvania Mesothelioma Parity Bill

April 22, 2015     By Shein Law Center, Ltd.
Pennsylvania House legislators voted overwhelmingly to pass a bill that will equalize patients’ out-of-pocket expenses for oral and intravenous cancer treatments.

Reinstatement of Ship Worker's Asbestos Care

April 22, 2015     By Brookman, Rosenberg, Brown & Sandler
A New Jersey Appellate Court has reversed an earlier judge’s decision in a case involving a former ship worker who died from mesothelioma caused by exposure to asbestos at work.

Physicians Investigated by State Medical Board

April 22, 2015     By Michelman & Bricker
For a doctor or other practicing health care professional, a complaint that leads to an investigation by the State Board of Medicine can be devastating to your professional career, as well as your personal and financial well being.

An Arbitral Award has No Immediate Effect in Cyprus

April 22, 2015     By P.N. Kourtellos & Associates LLC
A foreign judgment or an arbitral award has no immediate effect in Cyprus. A procedure must be followed in order to enforce the foreign judgment. This can be made under E.U regulations, common law and statute depending on the country issuing the judgment and/or the arbitral award.

Construction Accidents

April 22, 2015     By Grungo Colarulo
Construction industry workers face dangerous working conditions every day.

Cyprus-Lithuania Double Tax Treaty

April 22, 2015     By Stelios Americanos & Co LLC
The new year of 2015 also marks the implementation of the Cyprus – Lithuania Double Tax Treaty (DTT), which was initially signed in June, 2013.

Tax Evasion: More Than 25,000 Voluntary Declarations In Baden-Württemberg Already

April 22, 2015     By GRP Rainer LLP
The number of voluntary declarations in cases of tax evasion continues to increase. More than 25,000 voluntary declarations have since been submitted in Baden-Württemberg according to media reports.

Getting Your Settlement Check After Your Car Accident Lawsuit

April 21, 2015     By The Law Offices of Sharita Blacknall
After you agree on a settlement or win a judgment the insurance company must pay you within a certain time frame. Once that payment window closes, the insurance company will be on the hook for serious interest (18% in most states) on the entire amount due to you. The payout window in most states are no more than 30-days.

The Basics of Crowdfunding

April 21, 2015     By Jurado & Farshchian, P.L.
Over the past couple of years, the process of crowdfunding has become hugely popular as a means to start businesses, launch new products, or support any number of causes. In this post, we’ll cover what crowdfunding is and how it gained popularity as well as the different types of crowdfunding so that you can either utilize the different platforms available to fund your own project, or to make wiser investments.

Business Tax Deductions

April 21, 2015     By Jurado & Farshchian, P.L.
Business expenses are the associated costs of carrying on a business. Such expenses are typically deductible if a business is operated to make a profit.

The Process of Qualifying to Do Business in Another State

April 21, 2015     By Jurado & Farshchian, P.L.
If your Florida-based business has operations in more than one state, you should be aware of the operating requirements for each state in which you do business — a process known as “qualifying to do business.” Whether or not your company must qualify to do business in another state depends on whether it engages in intrastate commerce or interstate commerce.

A Methodological Approach to Negotiating International Business Disputes

April 21, 2015     By Daniel H. Erskine, Esq.
The United States government has declared increased exports are the path for financial recovery. In particular, the Small Business Administration declared exports are the principal method to buttress American small business. So, how do small businesses effectively negotiate in the international market?

Does the ‘Little Guy’ Stand a Chance in Court When His Employer Has Deep Pockets?

April 21, 2015     By Murphy Law Group, LLC
Company viciously went after ex-staffer who sued after being fired

What Do I Do If Attacked In A Public Place?

April 21, 2015     By HG.org
Many find it surprising to know that violence has actually been on a steady decline for decades. Unfortunately, it does still happen. Often, altercations occur in a public location, such as a bar or club, a store, or a park or public street. When an attack occurs, what can you do to defend yourself and who is liable for any harm you suffer?

Car Repossession Laws

April 21, 2015     By HG.org
Most people who own a car rely on it for getting virtually everywhere they need to go. That may include school, church, the store, or to pick up the kids; but for most, it primarily includes work. Thus, when you are late on your car payments, it may seem terribly ironic that the bank wants to deprive you of the means of getting to work to pay them back faster, but that is exactly what could happen.

The Importance of Non-compete and Non-solicitation Provisions in Your Employment Agreements

April 21, 2015     By Hendricks Law Firm PLLC
Reasons to consider non-compete and non-solicitation agreements.

What to Do with Your Liquor License if Your Business Closes

April 21, 2015     By Hendricks Law Firm PLLC
How to handle a New York liquor license when not operating.

Is Sole Proprietorship the Right Business Structure for Your Company?

April 21, 2015     By Jurado & Farshchian, P.L.
Sole proprietorship are the most popular form of business structure in the United States, with more than 70% of businesses owned and operated by sole proprietors.

Luxembourg Declares War On Tax Evasion – Voluntary Disclosure As An Alternative

April 21, 2015     By GRP Rainer LLP
Even Luxembourg is now taking the fight against tax evasion seriously. Income from interest will soon be reported to the German exchequer. Those affected ought to consider a voluntary declaration.

Foreign Companies in Ecuador

April 20, 2015     By Sanchez & Barriga Abogados
Foreign companies wishing to open a branch in Ecuador, should be incorporated in their country of origin as a trading company, may be of limited liability or a Inc and consider the following issues.

Why You Should Say No to a Recorded Statement after a Car Accident

April 20, 2015     By The Law Offices of Sharita Blacknall
To give a recorded statement after a car accident or not to give a recorded statement after an accident. That is the question.

What Are the Rules for Police Lineups?

April 20, 2015     By HG.org
Having an eyewitness testify that he or she saw the suspect commit the crime or some act associated with the crime can be powerful evidence for a prosecutor. Realizing this, the United States Supreme Court and state courts across the country have established strict guidelines regarding police lineups.

Copy-and-Paste Creates Inaccurate Electronic Medical Records (EMR)

April 20, 2015     By Evidence Solutions, Inc.
Federal officials say the copy-and-paste features common to computers which are used to enter Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and Electronic Health Records (EHR) invite fraud. Merely copying and pasting another patient’s clinical notes can be considered fraud. The Federal Government believes there is a need to reduce the healthcare provider’s ability to duplicate notes.

How Do Support Orders Get Enforced

April 20, 2015     By HG.org
While the first step in getting child or spousal support is to get a court order, this is only the beginning of the process. Unfortunately, many support orders go unpaid. However, there are a variety of ways that such orders can be enforced.

Couple Uses Tax Payer Money to Fund Dream Wedding

April 20, 2015     By Stephen Lickrish & Associates
A married couple have been convicted of benefit theft after it was revealed that they had used the overpayments to pay for their wedding abroad.

Promotion of Investments by Venture Capital Funds in Spain

April 20, 2015     By Mariscal Abogados
The new law for the investments in venture capital funds in Spain represents a further step for Spain out of the crisis and ant opportunity for investors.

Tax Evasion: Longer Limitation Periods For Illicit Earnings Outside Of EU – Voluntary Disclosure

April 20, 2015     By GRP Rainer LLP
The planned law to tighten the rules for voluntary disclosure in cases of tax evasion is expected to be adopted before Christmas. Voluntary disclosure will then be more expensive and difficult from 2015.

The Duties of a Trustee: How to Choose, How to Prepare

April 19, 2015     By Jurado & Farshchian, P.L.
It is not unusual for a family member to be named as trustee for a trust that benefits a number of other family members. However, just because you are related to someone does not necessarily make him or her a good trustee.

How to Stop Domestic Violence

April 19, 2015     By HG.org
Black eyes, broken bones, missed days from school or work. For some, these may seem familiar. Whether they are occurring to you or someone you know, it is important to know that we can all help stop domestic violence.

Are Sovereign Citizen Groups Right?

April 19, 2015     By HG.org
They are frequently in the news, passing out fliers about not paying taxes, and conducting meetings in local hotels and restaurants about not being beholden to the government. Often referred to as “sovereign citizens,” these groups believe that they have found loopholes that exclude them from following laws by which they do not wish to abide. But, are sovereign citizen groups right, or is their interpretation of the law off base?

Someone Hacked My Phone or Computer, What Can I Do?

April 19, 2015     By HG.org
There are few things that feel more violating than finding that someone has hacked into your phone or computer. When this happens, the first reaction may be to call the authorities and report the breach. But, many are surprised to find that police are not always terribly interested to hear about the event. So, what can you do if someone hacks your computer or phone?

Where Is It Legal to Put Surveillance Cameras?

April 19, 2015     By HG.org
In an increasingly surveillance-based society, it may seem that cameras are everywhere around us. If you look around, you may find cameras in unexpected places that you pass on a daily basis. But, how far can all of this surveillance go? Are there places that cameras are not allowed? Where is it legal to put surveillance cameras?

What is Service of Process?

April 19, 2015     By HG.org
One of the most common legal procedures that is also one of the most commonly misrepresented in the media is service of process. Many have heard the term or read about it as a procedure that must be followed in a lawsuit, but few really understand what it is or how to do it correctly. So, what is service of process?

What Is the Difference between No-Fault and At-Fault Insurance States?

April 17, 2015     By HG.org
Whether your insurance policy is governed by a no-fault or an at-fault regime can have a direct and significant impact on how your claim is handled and the possible compensation that you may receive after being injured in an automotive accident.

The First Divorce Conversation to Have

April 17, 2015     By Demmel Law Office, LLC
The first and most vital decision that divorcing couples need to make is what process they’re going to use to accomplish their divorce. That’s right - it’s not about who will keep the house, what will happen with the retirement accounts or even how you’re going to share time with your children.

Hit and Run Accidents - Why and How to Protect Yourself

April 17, 2015     By Lem Garcia Law
Almost half of all car accidents in Los Angeles involve a hit and run driver. Don't be a victim and shoulder the damages on your own. Learn how to protect yourself.

Data Protection on the Web & E-Health

April 17, 2015     By Michalopoulou & Associates
The issue of data protection becomes paramount. In the context of e-Health, it is critical that users are always given the option to users to refuse processing. If an app processes personal data, something quite common in most e-Health apps, it will also have to comply with the more stringent requirements of the Data Protection Directive.

Tax Evasion: Bundestag Discussing Tightening the Rules for Voluntary Disclosure

April 17, 2015     By GRP Rainer LLP
The German Bundestag is currently discussing the draft legislation concerning the planned tightening of the rules for voluntary disclosure in cases of tax evasion. The law is likely be passed before Christmas.

China Releases Notice Regulating Intellectual Property Rights from a Competition Law Perspective

April 16, 2015     By MMLC Group
The State Administration for Industry and Commerce (“SAIC”) issued the finalized Provisions on Prohibiting the Abuse of Intellectual Property Rights to Preclude or Restrict Competition (“the Provisions”) on April 7, 2015, which has been almost a year since the draft thereof was released for public opinion. The Provisions will be effective as of August 1, 2015.

Setting up Your Wills and Trusts with an Estate Attorney

April 16, 2015     By Hanecak, P.C.
If you or someone you love is planning their estate, it can be a difficult and complicated process trying to wade through all the legal rules and regulations that pertain to writing your will and related documents. Setting up wills and trusts can be especially difficult because the task is often mixed in with a variety of issues such as ill health, complicated family histories, and other emotional dilemmas, which are commonly faced toward the end of a lifetime.

What Protections Does The Americans with Disabilities Act Provide?

April 16, 2015     By HG.org
The Americans with Disabilities Act was passed to help the United States benefit from the skills and talents of individuals who happen to have disabilities. It strives to break down barriers individuals with disabilities experienced regarding employment, public accommodations, public services, transportation and telecommunications.

What to Expect when Meeting Your Attorney for the First Time

April 16, 2015     By Johnson Law Firm
Despite what some popular jokes insinuate to the contrary, lawyers are people, too. They understand that it’s common for potential clients to be nervous or anxious when meeting for the first time. Try to remember that attorneys are there to help you. Knowing what to expect can ease your mind.

Is Graffiti Art Legal Under the First Amendment?

April 16, 2015     By HG.org
Many cities around the US deal with the problem of graffiti art everyday. Sometimes it may be a name, a threat, an image, a symbol, or a brilliant canvas of the graffiti artist's imagination. Whatever the case, it usually involves painting something on someone else's property. So, whose rights should win out? The artist's right to free speech or the property owner's right to the quiet use and enjoyment of their own property?

Bicycle Safety Laws

April 16, 2015     By HG.org
As more people move into cities, the popularity of self-propelled vehicles is on the rise. Millions of Americans ride bikes to work or school every day in every one of the United States. Others ride recreationally. Whatever the case, it is important for these bicyclists to know the laws affecting the safe use and operation of their human-powered vehicles before taking them out on the roads and sidewalks.

What is an Involuntary Civil Commitment?

April 16, 2015     By HG.org
Most people are familiar with the concept of a criminal commitment (i.e. a prison or jail sentence). But not everyone has heard of the concept of an involuntary civil commitment. So, what is this, how does it fit into the American legal structure, and when is it used?

What Can I Do About a Stalker?

April 16, 2015     By HG.org
Sometimes, infatuation can turn into something more dangerous. A person may have such a strong connection in their mind to someone else, even if they have never met them in person, that they can being to act very irrationally. When that person crosses a line, he or she may become a stalker. So, what can one do about a stalker?

How Do I Declare Bankruptcy?

April 16, 2015     By HG.org
Let's face it, bankruptcy is a scary concept. It entails doing something that will erase portions of your debt, restructure other parts, and appear as a black mark on a credit report for seven to ten years. Still, there may be times when it is wisest to simply throw in the towel and get a fresh start. Thus, when it is necessary to do so, how do you declare bankruptcy?

Tax Evasion: Only An Error-Free Voluntary Declaration Affords Protection Against Conviction

April 16, 2015     By GRP Rainer LLP
Voluntary disclosure can pave the way back to legality in cases of tax evasion. However, this will only succeed if the voluntary declaration really is error-free.

How Do I Help My Spouse in Another Country Become a Legal Permanent Resident?

April 15, 2015     By HG.org
The United States provides a special visa for a person who is engaged to a United States citizen to come to the United States to get married. However, the process works a little differently when the spouses marry abroad.

Wisconsin Marijuana Laws and Penalties

April 15, 2015     By Grieve Law LLC
Wisconsin Marijuana Laws and Penalties for Possession, Paraphernalia, Growing and Intent to Deliver/Sell/Distribute

New Jersey Ranks High for Fatal Pedestrian Accidents

April 15, 2015     By Richard DiTomaso, ESQ., PC
As the weather warms and summer approaches, more and more people will take to New Jersey roadways on foot, especially in towns close to the shoreline.

Car Crashes Involving Bicycles

April 15, 2015     By Richard DiTomaso, ESQ., PC
The warmth of the spring weather is almost upon us. This brings many people outdoors after being cooped up in the house all winter to enjoy activities such as walking, running, and riding bicycles.

Distracted Driving Car Accidents Among Teens

April 15, 2015     By Eichen, Crutchlow, Zaslow & McElroy, LLP
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety recently conducted a study which revealed that distracted driving is a major contributor in teenage car accidents.

Most Costly Workplace Injuries

April 15, 2015     By Schmidt, Kirifides, Fridkin & Rassias
For the past 15 years, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety has produced an annual safety index listing the top ten causes of serious, non-fatal workplace injuries.

Vehicle Design and Safety Reduce Fatal Car Accidents

April 15, 2015     By Eichen, Crutchlow, Zaslow & McElroy, LLP
According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, almost 8,000 lives were saved from fatal car accidents in the year 2012 as vehicle design and enforcement of safety laws improve.

New Study Focuses on Dangers of Energy Drinks

April 15, 2015     By Eichen, Crutchlow, Zaslow & McElroy, LLP
A recent study conducted by the pediatric chair for Wayne State University and DMC Children’s Hospital of Michigan reveals that energy drinks may be dangerous and even deadly.

Class Action Lawsuit Claims Dangerous Levels of Arsenic in Wine

April 15, 2015     By Eichen, Crutchlow, Zaslow & McElroy, LLP
A class action lawsuit was filed in California Superior Court on March 19, 2015 claiming that 28 wineries produced and sold wine containing dangerous levels of arsenic and failed to warn consumers about the potential risks.

Jail Populations

April 15, 2015     By Law Offices of Michele Finizio
A recent study by the Vera Institute of Justice, in collaboration with the MacArthur Foundation, reports that there are over 3,000 jails in the United States.

Vaccinations Raise Questions Over Parental Rights

April 15, 2015     By The Hartman Group
Many common childhood illnesses have been virtually eradicated through vaccinations.

Work Injuries in Bus Drivers

April 15, 2015     By E.S. Borjeson & Associates
According to the American Public Transportation Association there were an estimated 5,780 work injuries in 2013 suffered by state and local government transit and intercity bus drivers.

Decrease in Motorcycle Accidents and Fatalities

April 15, 2015     By Jay L Edelstein Attorney At Law
Lawmakers have been concerned with the statistics related to motorcycle accidents as for a period of time, the number of fatalities was increasing year after year.

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