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4 Things You Should Know About A DUI Offense

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If you are charged with a DUI, you may be aware that it could incur jail time or get you a date in court. However, you may not be aware of some of the other things that can happen or the fines you can get due to your arrest. Here is some information you may find useful if you or your loved one is faced with a DUI. 1. Ignition Interlock Device Read More»

Medical Malpractice Injuries: What You Need To Know

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Many people experience medical malpractice every day, though not always in the form that you may think. When you think of malpractice, you are probably thinking major, traumatic injuries that result in some form of disability that is dealt with in a drawn-out lawsuit. Realistically, there are many different forms of medical malpractice that you may not even realize. The following are some less obvious forms of malpractice: Improper Treatment Read More»

Keeping Legal Costs Low When You Divorce

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Your marriage has gone sour and you have a divorce to deal with. You are worried about the financial cost, and rightfully so. Divorce can be a costly affair. Fortunately, there are things you can do to keep the cost down. Your Needs Make sure you need a divorce lawyer before hiring one. If your marriage is young, there is no estate or children involved, and you can reach an amicable settlement, you may not need an attorney. Read More»

How To Prepare For A Workers Compensation Claim

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If you have been injured on the job, then you shouldn’t waste any time in preparing for your worker’s compensation claim. Here are some helpful preparation tips: Report Your Injury Your preparation for the worker’s compensation claim process begins the minute you are injured. For example, you need to report your injury as soon as possible to have it documented and initiate the relevant paper trail. If you delay, you are giving your employer and workers compensation reason to doubt the details of your injuries. Read More»

How A DUI Conviction Can Affect Employment

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If you have been charged with a DUI, you may think that all you need to do is pay the fines and your life will continue as normal. However, this is not the case. A DUI can have a major impact on your life. You can lose your license, be forced to pay increased auto insurance rates for up to 10 years and your current and future jobs can also be affected. Read More»