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Recovering For Missing Work Due To a Personal Injury October 13, 2015 Eric Block No comments When most people think of recovering in a personal injury lawsuit, they usually think of obtaining compensation for their medical bills. However, medical expenses is only one of many types of damages1 for which injury victims can recover.
Change can be scary. The first question on most people’s minds when change is on the horizon is: What will this mean for me? As an employer, workplace change can be doubly overwhelming, since you need to consider not only your own interests, but also those of your employees. And when that change is imposed from outside your organization – by lawmakers, for example – the u ...
Here’s a question posted recently over at AVVO.com.: “We had a Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharged two(2) years ago. We have a second mortgage that we haven’t paid on in 2.5 years that has a $95,000 balance. We have not had any communication with the lender. Would like to know what our options are and the repercussions that are in the future.
Accident or collisions involving a commercial truck can be identified by unique dangers and complications brought by the fact that the average 18 wheeler ways at least 25 times that of a typical passenger vehicle, commercial trucks are known to carry risky cargo such as hazardous or flammable materials, larger vehicles are more susceptible to jackknifing or turning accidents, truck drivers are.
Join us for our Art Market at River Oaks during the Fall Art Walk on Friday, October 16th from 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm. Featuring Resident and Regional Artists with artwork on display and for sale, live music, food trucks, and more! River Oaks Square Arts Center 1330 Second Street Alexandria, LA 4:00PM – 9:00PM See Website : River Oaks Square Arts Center ArtWal ...
SEC Charges Investment Adviser With Fraud Posted on Tuesday, October 13, 2015 at 3:21 PM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: The SEC announced fraud charges against Family Endowment Partners LP (“FEP”) and its owner, Lee Dana Weiss, for allegedly self-dealing and failing to disclose facts to clients.
The Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess 1340 W. Tunnel Blvd. Ste. 223 Houma, LA 70360 Nicholls vs. Houston Baptist October 17 October 13, 2015 clayburgess Clay Burgess Houma Attorney. Houma Personal Injury Attorney. Houma Louisiana Lawyer. L. Clayton Burgess, A Professional Law Corporation, specializes in handling personal injury claims. Our ...
Young lawyers look around during networking events and wonder how come they too can’t spontaneously meet and have meaningful discussions with lawyers from prominent firms — like everyone else seems to be. Here’s a tip: They aren’t spontaneous. Most conversations at these affairs are rarely going to be worthwhile, because you will likely have little in common with ...
Car accidents are a prevalent issue in the United States. The Association for Safe International Road Travel reports that approximately 37,000 fatalities occur in U.S. road crashes each year and an additional 2.35 million individuals are seriously injured or disabled in auto accidents. Besides the fatal consequences of car crashes, there is typically a financial impact on soc ...
Like traffic signals, stop signs are vital to road safety. Not making a full stop at a designated intersection can lead to devastating car accidents, especially if multiple vehicles are involved. According to the U.S. Bureau of Transportation’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), ‘traffic controls’ was identified as the top factor involved in all fatal crashes from 2004-2008.
“What do you mean ‘my patent lapsed?’ You said You Were Going To Pay The Maintenance Fees.” – Anonymous Client The failure to pay a maintenance fee when you agreed to do so can be a lawyer’s worst nightmare. The nightmare can be made even worse when, according to the patent owner, the patented technology is so valuable that the iPhone and iPad could not work without it.
When allegations of serious misconduct have arisen against an Air Force or Army officer, you may be the subject of investigation by a Board of Inquiry (BOI).1 This investigation is extensive and your entire record of conduct can be considered by the BOI when deciding whether to take punitive action against you.
The United States is commonly known for its consumer tendencies. Spending money on lavish homes, vehicles, clothes, jewelry, and other possessions has long been a status symbol and, in the last decade, many Americans have scrambled to purchase SUVs, smartphones, and home entertainment systems to rival their neighbors and “keep up with the Joneses.
Members of the National Guard or Reserves May Be Exempt from the Chapter 7 Means Test Posted on Oct 12, 2015 By Mary Pool October 12, 2015 by Mary Pool If you make above the median income, the means test has to be completed to determine whether you qualify to file chapter 7 without a presumption of abuse.
What kind of company makes no creative works but earns millions of dollars a year suing random people on the internet in the name of copyright law? You guessed it, a copyright troll. Much like patent trolls, copyright trolls are entities that do not create or distribute creative content, yet acquire copyrights to creative works in order to file lawsuits against accused infringers.
Ralph W Savoie—Refusing to Provide Information During Investigation that Savoi Misappropriated Funds September 23, 2015 Ralph W. Savoie Allegedly Refused to Provide Documents and Information during an Investigation into Allegations that He Misappropriated $665,000 from at Least One CRD Customer Ralph W.
Edward Keith Roos— Outside Business Activity September 22, 2015 Edward Keith Roos Allegedly Engaged in Outside Business Activity Edward Keith Roos, who was registerd at LPL Financial, allegedly engaged in outside business activity, according to a FINRA Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC) currently under review by attorneys Alan Rosca and Joe Peiffer.
Jeffrey Allan Mohlman—Unapproved and Undisclosed Private Securities Transactions September 21, 2015 Jeffrey Allan Mohlman Allegedly Executed Unapproved and Undisclosed Private Securities Transactions Jeffrey Allan Mohlman allegedly executed unapproved and undisclosed private securities transactions, according to a FINRA Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC) currently under review by at.