• Arb Bar Frets FINRA Comms Rule Reforms

    Arb Bar Frets FINRA Comms Rule Reforms July 29, 2015 The Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association is concerned about planned changes to rules governing broker/dealers’ communications with the public, arguing that the reforms would undermine regulatory oversight and could harm investors. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has asked for feedback on the changes f ...

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  • Construction Zone Accidents

    Any unexpected circumstance can be a hazard while driving, including changing road conditions caused by construction zones. Every year, tens of thousands of car accidents happen in road work zones. Most only end in property damage, but others have much more serious consequences. An accident in a construction zone can pose serious risks to both drivers and road workers.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 1 readers -
  • Failure to Yield Right of Way to Pedestrians

    A large number of pedestrian accidents occur in crosswalks and are often the fault of the driver of the car. Car-pedestrian accidents are a common occurrence across the United States. Unfortunately, many of these accidents occur due to the fault of the driver, who either did not look out for any pedestrians or simply failed to yield the right of way to a pedestrian.

    Christopher Hoffmann/ St. Louis Car Accident Attorney- 1 readers -
  • Who Can I Sue If My Brakes Fail?

    Who Can I Sue If My Brakes Fail? by Anthony Bruning | Jul 29, 2015 | Auto Accident | Though there are many contributing factors to car accidents, vehicular malfunctions and failures account for a significant portion of auto accidents. A specific malfunction concern that contributes to a large portion of accidents is brake failure.

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  • Cabot Investment Properties Under Investigation

    Cabot Investment Properties Under Investigation Posted on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 9:01 AM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: Timothy J. Kroll and business partner Carlton P. Cabot were arrested for allegedly defrauding investors in various Cabot Investment Properties LLC-sponsored real estate investments.

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  • Children in Hot Vehicles

    Hotter temperatures are finally coming around in Indianapolis and central Indiana. With temperatures rising, parents should be reminded of the danger of leaving children unattended in a vehicle. According to Janette Fennell, president and founder of KidsandCars.org, there have been eight heatstroke-related deaths in the U.S. so far this year from children left alone in hot cars.

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  • Injuries from Tetanus, Mumps, Measles and Rubella Vaccines

    Vaccines containing tetanus are typically given at a young age to protect against tetanus. Brachial neuritis is a condition that one could experience after receiving this vaccine. Brachial neuritis is a term used to describe an inflammation of the shoulder area that causes sudden-onset shoulder and arm pain, followed by weakness and/or numbness.

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  • Compensation and Filing Vaccine Injuries

    If you or your child experiences a condition listed on the vaccine injury table correlated to the vaccine, it is important to know that it is recommended that you work with a personal injury attorney experienced in this area of practice and file a claim no later than three (3) years from the date of your vaccination.

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  • Does the FDCPA Cover Money Owed to the Government?

    By: Robert J. Nahoum THE PROBLEM: You’ve been getting endless debt collection calls from a debt collection agency trying to collect a government resulting from a speeding ticket, a housing code violation, a criminal fine or even an overdue library book penalty. The debt collector has been harassing you with incessant calls, false threats and misleading information.

    The Law Offices of Robert J Nahoum- 3 readers -
  • Hospital Appeal Board Success

    Our client, a medical professional, worked at a hospital where he was granted certain rights to practice, known as “privileges”. After a period of time, the hospital unilaterally changed those privileges without our client’s consent. Our client is challenging the hospital’s actions by having us file an appeal with the Hospital Appeal Board. Before considering ...

    Wendy Woloshyn/ kentemploymentlaw.com- 3 readers -
  • Sports Injuries Involving Children

    The next generation is ours to protect. We must take every step we can to make the world a safe and accessible place for young people as they grow and develop. Because of their rough and tumble lifestyle, many children suffer preventable injuries while participating in sports or recreation activities.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 3 readers -
  • SEC Announces Cherry-Picking Charges Against Mark Welhouse

    SEC Announces Cherry-Picking Charges Against Mark Welhouse Posted on Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at 11:55 AM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: The SEC announced charges against Mark P. Welhouse. Welhouse is accused of “cherry-picking,” allocating appreciated in value options trades to personal accounts, while allocating depreciated in value trades to clients.

    Eccleston Law Offices- 2 readers -
  • Making Your Chapter 13 Payments

    Making Your Chapter 13 Payments Posted on Jul 28, 2015 By Nick Gajewski July 28, 2015 by Nick Gajewski If you have filed a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case, then your first payment of the Chapter 13 plan is due within 30 days of the date you filed. Your payments are made to the Chapter 13 Trustee, not the Bankruptcy Courthouse or the Bankruptcy Court Clerk.

    Nick Gajewski/ Bond and Botes- 2 readers -
  • Out of Town Drivers Pose Threat of Accidents

    Every single day, drivers die or are seriously injured in road collisions. The majority of these collisions or accidents are traced back to human error or behavior. Many of the collisions are caused by speeding, inexperienced drivers, or drivers who are under the influence of drugs or alcohol. However, a less obvious, but dangerous contributor to the high number of annual aut ...

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  • How to Renew Your Green Card

    green card > How to Renew Your Green Card If you are a Lawful Permanent Resident of the United States, it may come as a surprise to you that you will need to renew your green card every 10 years. As a Miami immigration lawyer, I always warn my clients of this fact. An expired green card is of little use to you. Below are some frequently asked questions.

    Michael G. Murray/ Miami Immigration Lawyer- 3 readers -
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