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  • Distracted Driving is More Than Texting

    If you have ever been driving along the highway at night and pulled up next to a car that is emitting a white-blue light from the drivers’ side window, beware. There is a good chance that the driver is looking at a screen and not at the road. Distracted driving is a major problem on the roads today, and results in approximately nine deaths every single day in the United States.

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  • Was Your Teen Injured Riding in a Friend’s Car?

    Every parent is nervous when they hand over the keys to a new teenage driver. Parents know that teenage drivers are inexperienced and do not always appreciate risks as well as adults. Teens may engage in risky behaviors behind the wheel—and not know what to do when they start to lose control of a car.

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  • Should I File a Car Accident Claim Against Friends or Family?

    When you are in a car accident that was caused by another driver, it seems obvious that you would file a claim against that person to have their insurance take care of any damages or injuries you suffered. But, what if the other driver is your friend, or worse, your family member? Filing a car accident claim against friends or family can seem difficult, or even impossible to do.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 14 readers -
  • Publix Offers Prescription Discounts on a Number of Common Drugs

    In Alabama, as in most states, a number of people struggle each month to pay for prescription costs. For those Alabamians, a new program at Publix Pharmacy locations is going to bring big relief. The new program called “The Next Best Thing to Free” will offer a 90 day supply on a certain number of drugs for common ailments for out-of-pocket costs of only $7.

    Mary Pool/ Bond and Botes- 10 readers -
  • Workers’ Compensation Senate Bill 936: Trojan Horse Legislation

    by Karl Voigt The Pennsylvania Senate is promoting new legislation that poses as a solution to the opioid crisis, but in reality seeks to control and any all medications prescribed by doctors. Pennsylvania Senate Bill 936 proposes that workers’ compensation medications be limited to formularies, or lists of approved medications managed by insurers.

    Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 13 readers -
  • Don’t Accept the First Settlement Offer You Receive After a Car Crash

    Car accidents are stressful for both the victim and the person responsible. The victim needs money to pay mounting medical bills and replace lost wages, while the person responsible for the accident usually fears losing a lawsuit. For these reasons, both sides are tempted to settle a car accident dispute quickly, before they’ve had a chance to think about their best options.

    Houston Personal Injury Attorney- 11 readers -
  • Investigating a Truck Accident Requires Resources

    Motorists involved in traffic accidents with commercial vehicles often suffer serious injuries and can live in near constant pain. Focusing on getting well and returning to work can take all of your family’s time and energy. What happens if you didn’t cause the accident? Fortunately, Texas law allows victims to sue trucking companies for their injuries, but it takes time and ...

    Houston Personal Injury Attorney- 11 readers -
  • Online Dating and Relationship Scams

    Valentine’s Day is around the corner, but if an online love interest asks you for money, it’s probably a scam. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) receives thousands of reports each year about romance scammers who create fake online relationships only to rob their victims. Millions of Americans use dating sites, social networking sites and chat rooms to meet people, but scamme ...

    Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 11 readers -
  • Let Us Take a Look at Your Collection Letters!

    Have you received weird sounding debt collection letters in the mail? Letters that say the debt is old and that the debt collector won’t sue on it or report it on your credit? Also, do these letters say the debt collector wants to settle the debt with you even though it won’t sue you or report it on your credit? If you are getting these types of letters, we want to look at them! Please call our.

    Ron Sykstus/ Bond and Botes- 11 readers -
  • Most Common Misdiagnosed Illnesses

    When we are sick, we trust that a trained medical professional will be able to examine us and determine what is wrong. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Doctors occasionally misdiagnose a patient’s illness, which leads to incorrect treatments that fail to provide any real relief. In some cases, misdiagnosed illnesses can even have fatal results.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 14 readers -
  • The Hazards of Overloaded Trucks in Georgia

    Big rigs are dangerous enough when they are not overloaded. These vehicles have long stopping distances and often drivers are drowsy from long hours on the road. Add overloaded trucks to the equation, and the consequences can be truly frightening. Most trucking and distribution companies are motivated by the bottom line. They may cut corners to make a profit and this can mean overloading trucks.

    Michael West/ Law Office of Michael West- 8 readers -
  • Order to Show Cause to Stay Foreclosure Sale in New York

    Upon entry of Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale1 in New York Supreme Court, the judgment will generally direct that the mortgaged premises be sold at public auction at a particular date and time, typically four months after entry of the foreclosure judgment. At common law, however, a borrower’s right to redeem the home lasted until the home was officially sold at public auctio ...

    Ronald D. Weiss, PC- 16 readers -