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  • Motorcycle Safety and Preventing Accidents

    Motorcycles can be a fun way to get around. They are fast, convenient and freeing. Unfortunately, the same elements that make motorcycles fun can make them extremely dangerous—even deadly. While motorcycles themselves have gotten safer over the past decade, motorcycle accidents in actuality have not necessarily decreased.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 28 readers -
  • Share the road

    Rules for Motorists Using Washington’s roads requires care and courtesy whether you are driving a car or riding a bicycle. Washington law requires every driver to respect the rights of others to be on the road. You can do your part by being a safe and courteous driver every time you get behind the wheel. Share The Road.

    Luvera Law Firm- 24 readers -
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  • How To Stop A Wage Garnishment Or Bank Levy

    Having a paycheck garnished in Texas for a debt like a credit card or medical bill requires a very unique set of circumstances and is quite rare. Your wages can, however, be garnished for unpaid student loans, unpaid taxes or domestic support obligations. The easiest and most direct way to end a wage garnishment is to enter into a payment agreement with the creditor, where yo ...

    Dove Bankruptcy Law- 38 readers -
  • NJ Doc Pleads Guilty to Phantom Surgeries

    “A stitch in time may save nine” but a New Jersey pediatrician is facing a lengthy prison sentence after billing Medicare for thousands of stitches and other wound repairs never performed. While pediatricians often stitch up kids who get cut up and suffer minor scrapes, the feds say Dr. Badawy M. Badawy didn’t actually perform any of the surgeries or procedures.

    Due Diligence- 24 readers -
  • How Do I Prove Damages After A Car Accident?

    How Do I Prove Damages After A Car Accident? If you suffer injuries in an auto accident, you may be able to recover for all of your accident-related losses if a negligent party caused the accident to happen. Injured victims can file a personal injury claim against negligent parties in civil court in order to receive financial compensation for their injuries.

    Bruning Legal- 29 readers -
  • Serving Divorce Papers and Facebook in Oregon

    Serving Divorce Papers and Facebook in Oregon April 9, 2015 by BrasierLaw Stories have hit the news recently about people being served with law suits, including divorces via facebook. Most recently you may have heard a judge in NYC decided a women can serve divorce papers over Facebook. While it sounds surprising, this is actually not all that uncommon of an occurrence in today’s society.

    Brasier Law- 32 readers -
  • Do Dogs Actually Get “One Free Bite”?

    Dog Bites in Texas Approximately 40% of American families have a dog. While it’s unthinkable that the lovable family pet could bite someone, accidents do happen. The American Veterinary Medical Association states that 4.5 million people are bitten each year and of those, 800,000 need medical attention, causing the injured party to incur medical expenses.

    Benson Varghese/ Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorney- 19 readers -
  • Chiropractor Malpractice

    Have you been further injured by the negligence or malpractice of a chiropractor? Call us at 1-800-ATTORNEY. Chiropractors & Medical Malpractice Over the years, chiropractors have helped millions of people with chronic injuries, back pain, and other issues involving spinal health concerns. Although the majority of these alternative health professionals strive to help their ...

    Jeff Rasansky/ Rasansky Law Firm- 25 readers -
  • Patent Profitting

    With a tip of the hat to IP Watchdog for alerting us to a new, novel, and controversial way to make a quick buck on patents. As reported by the Wall Street Journal, hedge fund manager Kyle Bass — with the help of Erich Spangenberg, formerly known as the patent troll that everyone loved to hate — has begun filing and publicizing IPR challenges before the PTO against pharmaceut ...

    Stacy Stitham/ Brann & Isaacson- 19 readers -
  • Less Common Requirements of Bankruptcy

    The bankruptcy process is full of pitfalls, many of which are completely unknown or unanticipated to those without bankruptcy training. Most cases filed by individuals without the help of an experienced bankruptcy attorney fail to reach a successful conclusion. In this post I’d like to talk about a few of the less common (but still very important) requirements for successfully ...

    Bond and Botes- 27 readers -
  • Tax on xenophobia?

    A comment at Stern-Online creates this idea, here. You think: yes, has it something? Or there are also other thoughts: Okay, I pay my taxes, so I may as well have something against foreigners. Studies about the PEGIDA participants showed one thing: not the have-nots demonstrated. There were well-heeled citizens at the demnostrations.

    R24 Kooperation/ 16 readers -
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