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  • How Defensive Driving Can Protect You on the Roads of Georgia

    Defensive driving is a technique that helps drivers protect themselves from accidents. Rather than being reactive, if you are more proactive and look out for hazards in advance you are less likely to be involved in an accident. Defensive driving utilizes safe driving strategies to allow motorists to address foreseeable hazards in a predictable manner.

    Michael West/ Law Office of Michael West- 10 readers -
  • The Arbitration Rule: Balancing the Interests of Companies and Consumers

    Mandatory arbitration provisions are once again at the forefront of policy discourse on Capitol Hill as government agency heads and members of Congress grapple with how to best balance the interests of both companies and consumers. But there doesn’t seem to be much hope for one side of the debate, as Congress is set to overturn a rule issued by the Consumer Financial Protection ...

    Bond and Botes- 10 readers -
  • Does Your Child Bike to School?

    With school starting for children across the state, many parents are likely busy with back-to-school shopping, organizing school supplies, getting the calendar set, and similar tasks. One important thing you should stop and consider is how your child is going to get to and from school on a daily basis. There are several options, all of which have risks of accidents.

    fountaininjurylaw- 9 readers -
  • Security Clearance Issues, Problems, Denials and Revocations

    Security clearance issues are common place in the news these days. The news covers a lot of areas. Security Clearance Process in the News at the Highest Level Do you have to complete the SF 86 in its entirety to be given Security Clearance that allows access to classified material? Recently, the back log in the clearance process has gotten even more attention.

    Ron Sykstus/ Bond and Botes- 8 readers -
  • Should I Accept a Car Accident Settlement?

    The other driver’s insurance company has offered me a settlement. Should I accept it? Will they negotiate? We commonly hear from people who’ve been offered a settlement from the insurance company shortly after being injured in an auto accident. People often believe that they have to make this decision very quickly, but that’s exactly what the insurance company wants.

    Jeff Rasansky/ Rasansky Law Firm- 8 readers -
  • A Pennsylvania tenant’s right to recover a security deposit.

    Under Pennsylvania’s Landlord and Tenant Act of 1951, 68 P.S. ‘250.101, et. Seq., a landlord may require a security deposit to be held for tenant caused damages and possible past due rent. See 68 P.S. §250.511 and §250.512. A security deposit is not the same as rent. It is money that actually belongs to the tenant, but is held by the landlord for tenant-caused damages and sometimes past-due rent.

    Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 7 readers -
  • Driving Safety Courses in Illinois

    Drivers who are educated and defensive can help reduce the amount of accidents, injuries, and deaths that occur each year. Fortunately, Illinois offers driving safety courses to help drivers in the state enhance their driving skills and protect themselves as well as others on the road. If you’d like more information on Illinois driving safety courses and their benefits, keep reading.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 7 readers -
  • Don’t Send Emails on a Friday Afternoon (And Other Email Marketing Tips)

    In previous posts, we’ve covered best practices in email design. Now comes the next struggle: your email blast is ready to send… but exactly when should you send it? Before we dive into exact dates and times, let’s consider what we’re trying to accomplish when sending law firm marketing emails. How to Measure Email Success The two best metrics to use when measuring the success ...

    Stacey E Burke Blog- 3 readers -
  • What Happens to Mortgage Debts After Bankruptcy?

    Many people worry about how filing a bankruptcy case will affect their home. As long as your case is carefully planned out ahead of time, you can typically file for bankruptcy relief without affecting your mortgage or your home. Mortgages Debts After Chapter 7 Depending on the type of bankruptcy case you file, you may either eliminate your mortgage debt or leave it untouched.

    Nick Gajewski/ Bond and Botes- 5 readers -
  • Christopher Brogdon Investor Alert: Brogdon Bankruptcy Filing

    Christopher Brogdon, the organizer of several municipal bond offerings accused of fraud by the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2015, filed a bankruptcy petition on September 15, 2017 in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Georgia. He sought that the bankruptcy be maintained under Ch. 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.

    Alan Rosca/ Investment Fraud Lawyers- 3 readers -
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