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  • Popular Shreveport disc jockey killed in tragic accident

    Authorities have identified a Shreveport man who died following a car crash early Sunday morning in east Shreveport. Elton Bernard Anderson, 35, known as D J Beezy on The BEAT (103.7-FM) Radio, was pronounced dead at University Health this morning following an accident in which he was ejected from the vehicle he was driving.

    Shreveport Personal Injury Attorney- 14 readers -
  • Monroe woman killed in I-20 accident near Ruston

    Louisiana State Police responded to an accident involving an SUV and 18-wheeler Friday morning that resulted in the death of a Monroe woman. Kimberly Henderson, 28, was ejected from the passenger side of a Cadillac Escalade driven by Candace Henderson, 35, three miles west of the Ouachita Parish line on Interstate 20. She was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

    The Law Offices of L. Clayton Bugress- 14 readers -
  • Court Decision Forcing Chemo on Teen Threatens Civil Liberties

    January 12, 2015—Hello everybody and thank you for tuning in. It wasn’t too long ago that I made some comments about the case in Connecticut where the 17 year-old girl did not want to take chemotherapy for a lymphoma. The doctors were persistent and they took it to court. She actually ran away and they went out and captured her and brought her back. Her mother wants her to do what she wants.

    Houma Personal Injury Attorney- 13 readers -
  • Estate Planning Basics

    About estate planning, wills and trusts in New York Estate Planning Basics 1. Will: A legal document that provides for the distribution of your assets upon your death. 2. Codicil: This is a document that supplements one’s current will. 3. Probate: The legal process of proving the validity of a will.

    Thomas Tyrrell/ QT | Quinn & Tyrrell- 8 readers -
  • How Can a Bankruptcy Attorney Help Me?

    Many people who are considering bankruptcy1 are experiencing significant financial problems. After all, if money were not an issue, they would probably not be contemplating filing for bankruptcy. As a result, many potential bankruptcy filers may be tempted to save money by trying to file for bankruptcy without an attorney. While it is possible to do so, it is often an ill-advised idea.

    Ronald D. Weiss, PC- 18 readers -
  • Aren’t we Innocent Until Proven Guilty?

    There is simply nothing worse than being wrongly accused. You haven’t broken the law, but there stands another person, accusing you of doing so. Although we are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, I’m starting to wonder what that means. The January 11, 2015 edition of Saratogian News published a story with the name of a minor who stands accused (but not convicted) of a crime.

    Adam Militello/ DWI Law & Criminal Defense Blog- 10 readers -
  • Custody and Legal Marijuana in Oregon & Washington

    Custody and Legal Marijuana in Oregon & Washington January 13, 2015 by BrasierLaw The recent changes to laws in both Oregon and Washington relating to legality of recreational marijuana are likely to have an indirect impact on some custody cases in these jurisdictions. I realize that people in Oregon and Washington are still learning the ins and outs of the new laws per ...

    Brasier Law- 27 readers -
  • A Secret Personal Injury Attorneys Will Not Tell You.

    A secret personal injury attorneys will not tell you, but I will. As you probably know, while lawyers are not allowed to loan their clients money, lawyers are allowed to advance “litigation expenses.” “Litigation expenses” include things like the fees charged by doctors for consultations with the attorneys, investigator costs, costs of copying, mailing, PowerPoint presentation ...

    Eric Block/ 14 readers -