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- Who's Who and What's What in the Courtroom
Provided by HG.org
Going to court can be a stressful experience, especially if you have never been. Aside from the fears of what may be at stake or concerns about a new social setting, many are scared of embarrassing themselves by not knowing who does what, what things are called, etc. There are actually a number of traditional rules, terms, and procedures many are unaware of, and though not usually that important for the lay person, knowing what they are could be useful in putting one's mind at ease.
- What does a Class 6 Felony in Virginia Mean?
Provided by SRIS Law Group
A "felony" is generally defined as a serious crime usually punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or by death. Accordingly, the grade of the offense is fixed by the punishment.
- Common Law Marriage and Legal Protection in Texas
Provided by Kalish Law Texas
Persons who are married have certain legal rights and protections that they don't even think about. However, there are other couples who have long-term, committed relationships who have things a bit more difficult. This article will show the issues that should be considered by persons who are involved in a non-ceremonial marriage in Texas, and how to prevent a problem.
- Landscape Contractor Standard of Care: The Pros and Cons of Using a Landscape Design-Build Contractor
Provided by Rappoport Development Consulting Services LLC
Landscape architects are utilized to design, prepare plans, make submittals and obtain permits for commercial, sub-division and public works projects. Their plans and specifications are part of the contract documents provided from their client to landscape contractors for bidding purposes. The landscape contractor performs a plan "takeoff", documenting all of the quantities, specifications, notes, and details and then creates their pricing and proposal based on that information.
- 15 Things You Should Know about Your Life Insurance Policy and Life Insurance Claims
Provided by Law Offices of Jason Turchin
A life insurance company got a letter from an elderly lady. It read, “I’m sorry, but I have to cancel my husband’s life insurance policy. He died last year and I cannot afford to continue paying his premiums.” Joking aside, life insurance companies often look for reasons not to pay claims whenever possible.
- Trademark FAQ: Is Your Product Eligible for a Trademark?
Provided by Sheldon Mak & Anderson PC
Owning a Federal trademark registration provides several advantages, including the ability to file a trademark lawsuit to protect the mark. In order to obtain that protection, applicants must be able to show current use of the mark in commerce, or their intent to use their mark in commerce in the future.
- Social Security Disability: COPD & Lung Disease - Condition, Symptoms and Social Security Law
Provided by Joseph W. Segraves, Attorney at Law
There is nothing more basic to every day of our life than breathing. When breathing becomes difficult and even mild exercise causes shortness of breath and fatigue, it affects almost all our daily activities and the ability to work is severely impaired. Social Security Laws may help by providing income benefits (Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI)) and medical benefits (Medicare and/or Medicaid).
- Vehicle Collisions and the Mobility of State Law
Provided by The Bottaro Law Firm, LLC
Did you know that when you travel with friends or family, your Rhode Island vehicle collision laws might join you for the ride? This can happen because Rhode Island’s interest in making sure you and your passengers receive compensation for the injuries you sustain in an automobile collision can be greater than the interests of whichever state you were driving through at the time.
- 10 Things Personal Injury Attorneys Won’t Tell You
Provided by McGee, Lerer & Associates
When you seek legal representation from a personal injury lawyer, there are 10 things that they likely won't tell you but that you need to be aware of.
- E-2 Visa: Consular Processing or Change of Status?
Provided by Law Offices of Simone Bertollini
There are 2 different ways to apply for the E-2 Treaty Investor Visa, below are the pros and cons of each choice.