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- Ten Things You Can Do to Increase Your Recovery After a Motorcycle Accident
Provided by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys
If you are unfortunate enough to suffer injuries and property damage as a result of somebody else’s negligence, the only thing the civil justice system permits by way of recovery is monetary compensation. Similar cases can have different results and, as such, it is important to do everything you can to obtain full value for your damages.
- 4 Common Misconceptions About Child Support After Divorce
Provided by The Coleman Law Group
We’ve all heard of child support: an ongoing, periodic payment made by the noncustodial parent following the end of marriage. In fact, even in “joint custody” cases, there’s still a custodial parent—who the child spends more time with—and a noncustodial parent, and child support must be transferred. An exception to this would be if both parents earn the same income, pay equal amounts of expenses for the child and have the child the same number of days.
- Roller Coaster Wrongful Death at Higher Rates than Shark Deaths
Provided by Baker & Zimmerman, P.A.
While most of us worry about swimming too far off the coast during a summer vacation, we don't realize that we're more at risk on a roller coaster than a shark when venturing outdoors this season.
- Sellers' Rules of Disclosure in CA Real Estate Sales
Provided by Harvey I. Stern, Attorney At Law
This guide is a summary of the pertinent information that California homeowners and their agents are required by law to disclose to buyers.
- Texting Increases Injury Risk Even When Not Driving
Provided by Ankin Law Office, LLC
The dangers of texting and driving are well-known and undisputed. But did you know that texting while walking also presents a number of injury risks?
- Know the Laws that Prohibit Employment Discrimination on the Basis of Sex
Provided by Law Offices of Jual F. Reyes
Sex discrimination is one of the most prevalent issues in the realm of employment. It involves preferential treatment favoring the male or female sex. The most common example of such discrimination is an employer’s preference of male employees over their female counterparts in various aspects of employment.
- Lessor Beware: Estoppel by Deed in Oil and Gas Leases Comes to Pennsylvania
Provided by Harper J. Dimmerman, Esquire - LLF
This case illustrates the critical need of a grantor to know the exact extent of his or her ownership interest when conveying an ownership or leasehold interest.
- College & School Liability for Assaults & Fights in Pennsylvania
Provided by Laffey, Bucci & Kent
A discussion of whether a college can be held liable when a student is assaulted. A recent Pennsylvania Superior Court decision found in favor of a student, against the college, in a physical assault case.
- Law Firm's Trust Account Hacked! Six Figures Taken!!!
Provided by Evidence Solutions, Inc.
A Toronto area law firm is missing six figures from their trust account. After being hit over the holidays by a virus which gave hackers remote backdoor access to the firm’s bookkeeper’s computer. The virus, known as the Trojan Banker Virus, was designed to capture keystrokes, which can include bank passwords, as they are typed.
- The Ten Questions Your Car Accident Lawyer Will Ask
Provided by Warnken, LLC
What do you need to know in order to get the most out of your consultation with a car accident lawyer. Being prepared for your meeting will go a long way to getting the most from your lawyer. Here are ten questions you should be prepared to answer for your attorney