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- Can I Receive Both Social Security Disability and VA Compensation Benefits at the Same Time?
Provided by Agee, Clymer, Mitchell & Laret
The primary difference between Social Security disability benefits and VA disability benefits is that you can qualify for VA disability compensation even if you’re not totally disabled.
- Drivers Continue to Use Electronic Devices Despite Dangers
Provided by Ankin Law Office, LLC
Despite stricter laws and increased public awareness about the dangers of distracted driving, a recent report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s National Center for Statistics and Analysis indicates that drivers may not be heeding the warnings and that the use of electronic devices while driving remained relatively unchanged in 2012 from 2011.
- The Average Cost of Divorce and What I Can Do to Lower My Cost
Provided by Stange Law Firm, PC
Choosing an attorney can be a stressful and difficult decision. How can you be sure attorney is the right one for your needs? In terms of case itself, how much is the case going to cost? What is fair and reasonable to expect? The issue of cost is one of the most common questions people on the cusp of a divorce ask.
- Flood vs. Water Damage Claims: Why You Need to Know the Difference
Provided by Lawlor Winston White & Murphey
So how do you know what’s covered and by which policy? That will mainly depend on the specific wording in your policy, but there are some features that are pretty much the same in all cases. Here’s a basic breakdown of flood and water damage insurance.
- Number of Exonerations Points to Problem of False Confessions
Provided by The Law Office of Kimberly Diego
There were 87 exonerations last year—more than have ever been recorded in the past 25 years. In 27 of those cases, it was determined that no crime even occurred, and in 15 cases, it was revealed that defendants had falsely confessed to a crime they never committed.
- USPTO Issues Guidance to Patent Examiner in Wake of Prometheus Decision
Provided by Sheldon Mak & Anderson PC
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued a memorandum to its patent examiners regarding the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Laboratories, Inc. The memorandum provides preliminary guidance to the Patent Examining Corps. in light of the Court’s decision, and also indicates that further guidance will be forthcoming.
- The California Coastal Commission Reviews Fracking Along the California Coast
Provided by Kassouni Law
Whether the California Coastal Commission Eventually Regulates Fracking On the Outer Continental Shelf Will Have More to Do with Federalism than Science
- Review of The Owner/Design Professional Agreement from The Design Professional's Perspective
Provided by Pohl & Short, P.A.
This article reviews some of the issues addressed in a standard Owner/Design Professional Agreement, outlines concerns from the Design Professional’s perspective, and discusses how the Design Professional can reduce liability on a project and ensure equitable adjustments to the contract price and schedule for changed or additional design services. The agreement contemplated by this article is one to be used as part of a traditional design-bid-build approach.
- What To Do As A Dad Dealing With Divorce
Provided by Kitchens New Cleghorn, LLC
Dads can end up dealing with the worst of the consequences after a divorce. Seeking the most knowledgeable Atlanta divorce lawyer to handle your case isn't just something we suggest you do - it is a necessity when planning a successful divorce.
- Shedding Light on Vehicle ‘Bright’ Laws in Michigan
Provided by The Law Offices of Goodwin & Scieszka
High beam lights, better known as brights, are an important safety feature in every car. When driving in the dark on a remote or poorly lit road, activating your brights can increase your visibility by up to three times. But while brights make navigating the road safer for you, they can actually have a reverse effect on other drivers when used improperly, causing blurred vision and increasing their risk of being involved in a motor vehicle accident.