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- How Can You Reach Out to Help Stop Pit Bull Bans in Michigan
Provided by Colleen Kirby, Attorney at Law
The people of Kingsford, Michigan need your help! I was recently contacted by an individual named Mark living in Kingsford who owns some type of pit bull mix. The city recently contacted him and ordered that a blood test be done on his dog to determine if the dog is a “pit bull.”
- Social Security and the Benefits
Provided by Neil H. Good, Attorney at Law
How to get Social Security Benefits and the Application Process to do so
- Effect of out-of-state DUI Convictions in Illinois
Provided by Law Offices of Michael J. Brennan
Pursuant to the Illinois Driver License Compact (625 ILCS 5/6-700), the ‘home state’ of a driving license holder is the state which has issued and has the power to suspend or revoke the use of the license or permit to operate a motor vehicle.
- Recent Car Accidents In Florida And Michigan Result In Multiple Fatalities
Provided by The Hoffmann Law Firm, L.L.C.
Car accidents are an unfortunate fact of life for most people. Often these accidents are minor, resulting a minor injuries. However, serious car accidents occur every single day. Unfortunately many of these accidents are fatal.
- Update: Twitter Finally Lands Coveted “Tweet” Trademark
Provided by Sheldon Mak & Anderson PC
James Eliason, CEO of Twittad, indicated that Twitter’s battle for ownership of the “tweet” trademark may finally have come to an end. According to Eliason, Twitter would drop a trademark lawsuit it filed against his company that sought to nullify Twittad’s registered trademark of the word “tweet.” In return, Twittad would transfer its registered trademark of “tweet” to Twitter, he said.
- Careless Driving vs. Reckless Driving in Florida: What’s the Difference?
Provided by Galanter Law
While people frequently use the terms “reckless driving” and “careless driving” interchangeably, there is actually a huge difference between these two offenses in Florida.
- South Florida 2013 Hurricane Preparedness Tips
Provided by Panter, Panter & Sampedro, P.A.
It’s time for everyone along the east coast to ready their Hurricane Preparedness Plan, and the law firm of Panter, Panter & Sampedro, P.A. have prepared some tips to help prevent unnecessary injuries and damage to property.
- Youth Hunting: Rules and Laws in West Virginia
Provided by The Miley Legal Group
Youth hunting alone is allowed for those 16 and older in order to avoid hunting accidents. After an accident, call a Clarksburg personal injury attorney.
- The Longshore and Harbor Workers Act Addresses Workers’ Compensation Claims
Provided by The Young Firm
The Longshore and Harbor Workers Act enables seamen to receive workers’ compensation claims when injured. While not one and the same, both the Jones Act and workers’ compensation award injured seamen monies on the job. With workers’ compensation, employees simply need to be injured on the job to receive medical and financials benefits.
- What Are the Penalties for a Hit-and-Run for a Minor in South Carolina?
Provided by Reeves, Aiken & Hightower LLP
A hit and run accident in South Carolina can be a serious offense for both minor and adult drivers. There are several instances in which leaving the scene of an accident will incur penalties and fines.