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- How to Avoid Trade-In Auto Fraud
Provided by Law Offices of Kenneth Hiller, PLLC
Trading in your old car to help pay for a new one at the dealership may seem like a good way to shave off the cost of a new car. However, not all trade-in transactions are handled in an honest manner, and this can lead to unfortunate results for consumers.
- Financial Fraud Schemes Victimizing Elders and Senior Citizens
Provided by The Evans Law Firm, Inc.
There are many fraud schemes used by sellers intent on defrauding seniors and elders of their hard-earned money. Learn what they are to protect yourself.
- Is Texting While Driving Worse Than DUI?
Provided by Hebets & McCallin, PC
In today’s world Driving Under the Influence or Driving While Impaired is the poster child of the campaign against bad actors behind the wheel, and with good reason.
- Business Taxes, Payroll Taxes and Trust Fund Recovery Penalty
Provided by Mehdiyoun Law Firm
When the business faces a cash flow problem, many business owners use the payroll taxes collected but not yet turned over to the IRS.
- Collecting from an Out of Business Company or Employer
Provided by Evanns Collection Law Firm
Collecting on a judgment even in ideal circumstances can often be a time-consuming and complex process, and that presumes the debtor is solvent, and doing business and/or making money. When the judgment enforcement against a debtor who is a company or legal entity, which appears to be (or is) out of business, the process can be considerably more troublesome and taxing.
- Is a Truck Responsible for a Car Wreck Caused by Something that Falls Off the Moving Truck?
Provided by Oliveri & Schwartz, P.C.
If you drive a car, you’ve probably seen it happen (or you’ve seen the aftermath). A mattress, a piece of furniture, a chunk of metal, a huge box or some other large object falls off a moving truck (or the object is lying on the side of the road). What happens when the stuff that fell off the truck hits a car or a pedestrian or a bicyclist, causing a wreck and injuries? Is the truck responsible?
- If Your Spouse Files for Divorce While on Deployment
Provided by Daniel M. Copeland, Attorney at Law, P.A.
Even under the best of circumstances a marriage can be difficult and often times will not work out. Being a service member whose duty at times requires overseas deployment for long periods of time can lend even more strain.
- Protecting Yourself from Recalls When Used Car Shopping in California
Provided by Martinez & Schill LLP
Consumers must be aware when shopping for vehicles that there are numerous vehicles that have had parts recalled that may not have received repairs. Car manufacturers like General Motors have issued recalls that affect nearly 25 million vehicles. Consumers must get informed about recalls when car shopping in order to avoid injury from car accidents related to defective parts.
- When Is A DUI Considered a Second DUI in California
Provided by Kraut Law Group - DUI Defense
How much time must pass between DUI convictions before a new charge is no longer considered a "second DUI"? Many people who have old DUI convictions on their record may not realize that the old conviction can be used to enhance the penalties on any subsequent conviction for driving under the influence. However, there is a limit to how long a prior DUI conviction can affect the mandatory sentencing requirements on a new DUI charge.
- Back Injuries from Automobile Accidents
Provided by Eberstein Witherite LLP - Car Wreck
Back injuries differ in type and severity. Some car wreck victims suffer minor back injuries. For example, if a victim was stopped at a red light and another driver slowly rolled into his car, the victim might experience soreness for a few days. Other car accident victims are not so lucky.