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  • Four Things You Should Know About TBIs

    Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) afflict millions of people every year with extremely serious symptoms. Despite their prevalence, the general public still doesn’t understand these injuries. Here are four facts that you may not know about TBIs and how they can damage people’s lives. For more information, call the Fountain Law Firm today at (888) 242-HURT (4878) or send us an emai ...

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  • Up In Smoke?

    Massachusetts’ fledgling marijuana industry has been thrust into a state of uncertainty. On January 4th, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Obama guidelines that excluded marijuana from federal drug enforcement priorities (possession and distribution of pot is a federal offense). Obama’s guidelines paved the way for the legalization of marijuana in eight states, in ...

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  • Crashes Are Common in Road Work Zones

    Road construction work helps maintain important infrastructure. Motorists need it to maintain, repair, and improve roads, bridges, and highways, which can fall into dangerous states of disrepair with time. However, the very nature of the construction process interrupts normal driving patterns and creates a serious risk of accidents.

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  • Were You Misclassified as an Independent Contractor and Denied Unemployment?

    Independent contractors are rarely eligible for unemployment benefits after their job terminates because employers do not pay unemployment taxes for contractors the way they do for employees. Thus, unless the contractor pays unemployment taxes, the contractor receives no benefits. Unfortunately, some unscrupulous employers attempt to misclassify employees as independent contrac ...

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  • Maintaining Indiana LLCs: Part II Best Governance Practices

    Part I of this two-part series addressed requirements for maintaining an Indiana limited liability company, including the preservation of the corporate veil, that are imposed by statute or that may be imposed through the LLC’s operating agreement. Part II addresses recommended practices for maintaining Indiana LLCs that will help preserve the corporate veil (the liability shiel ...

    Michael Smith/ Indiana Business Law Blog- 15 readers -
  • Teaching Your Teen to Avoid a St. Louis Car Crash

    Teach your teen the importance of driving safely and avoiding distractions. Getting their license is such an exciting time in a teenager’s life, but not so much for the parent of a teen. It is nice that they gain independence and can do things on their own, but every time that they get behind the wheel, there is the potential that they can make the wrong move and end up getting ...

    Christopher Hoffmann/ St. Louis Car Accident Attorney- 18 readers -
  • Google My Business and Google Plus Pages For Law Firms

    As we all know, Google matters A LOT but it can be hard to understand its never-ending intricacies, particularly because Google is continually evolving and changing. To get your law firm to show up in as many organic Google search results as possible, you need to have a basic understanding of Google’s business platforms.

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  • Trading Halted on “The Crypto Company ” (Crypto Mania Post)

    The Securities Exchange Commission continues its aggressive push against deceptive initial coin offerings (ICOs). The Commission issued a short statement on Monday afternoon about its actions against The Crypto Company. The statement said, “The Commission temporarily suspended trading in the securities of The Crypto Company because of concerns regarding the accuracy and adequa ...

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  • Is a Credit Report Error Dragging You Down?

    With everything we all must worry about these days, it’s easy to avoid thinking about what is on your credit report. You may even wonder if you need to worry about it even if you aren’t in the market to borrow money for a car or a home. The answer is yes, you do. Aside from preventing you from obtaining a loan for a big-ticket item, credit report errors can cost you a job or ca ...

    Ed Woods/ Bond and Botes- 17 readers -
  • Rear-End Accidents Are Not Always Minor

    As car accidents go, a rear-end accident probably doesn’t sound too bad. In fact, many people equate rear-end accidents with fender benders. Rear-end accidents, however, can be extremely dangerous and can result in long-lasting negative health consequences. If you were hit from behind by another vehicle, rule out potential injury by seeking immediate medical attention.

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  • Maintaining Indiana Limited Liability Companies: Part I

    Compared with corporations, limited liability companies are generally low maintenance, but not entirely maintenance free. A few requirements are imposed by statute, and the operating agreement may or may not create some additional formalities that must be observed. In addition, there are good practices that, in addition to observing the required formalities, help preserve the l ...

    Michael Smith/ Indiana Business Law Blog- 17 readers -
  • Major Pennsylvania Firearm Law Cases from 2017

    As the year is coming to a close, I thought it important to document some of the monumental court decisions and issues that Firearms Industry Consulting Group® (FICG®), a division of Civil Rights Defense Firm, P.C., was involved in or obtained in 2017. Franklin v. Sessions, et al. – in a monumental federal case of first impression, Judge Kim Gibson of the Western District o ...

    Joshua Prince/ Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 12 readers -
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