Charged With A Hit And Run? 3 Defenses You Can Use

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If you have recently been charged with a hit and run, you need to make sure that you take it seriously. This is because the consequences can be grave, as you could be facing some serious jail time. This is particularly true if you allegedly caused injury to another individual, the accident resulted in the death of a person, or you were allegedly under the influence of alcohol or drugs. However, there are some potential defenses to a criminal charge of a hit and run accident, including the following three:

23 June 2017

Steps To Take After Your Child Is Attacked By A Neighbor's Dog

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While most dogs are friendly and loving, it is possible for some dogs to bite humans unprovoked. A dog bite or attack can be very harmful, both physically and psychologically. If your child is attacked by a dog that belongs to one of your neighbors, it is important to respond appropriately. Take the following steps after your child is bitten by a dog: Seek Immediate Medical Attention If your child is bleeding, use a clean towel to apply pressure to the bite wound.

19 June 2017

Steps To Take If You Suspect That You're The Victim Of Medical Malpractice

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When people visit a medical professional, they have reason to believe that they will receive competent care, and in most cases they do. Unfortunately, there can be situations where something goes terribly wrong, and your health may be negatively effected. In most cases, medical malpractice is caused by negligence on the part of the medical professional. If you suspect that you have been the victim of medical malpractice, take the following steps:

15 June 2017

Top 3 Advantages Of Real-Time Transcription For Your Business

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Whether it is in a meeting, during a conference call with investors, or at a sales event, there is a lot of spoken communication at these times as a business owner. Unfortunately, voice communications are easily forgotten, mistranslated, and misunderstood because there is no record. That is, unless you have the conversations of your business endeavors recorded by a real-time transcriptionist, like one provided by businesses such as Caliber Litigation Services.

14 June 2017

Protecting Your Financial State: Three Factors To Consider When Purchasing Private Disability Insurance

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Most Americans aren't prepared to deal with a disability, although the chances of struggling with a disability is actually quite high. In fact, 50% of Americans are at risk of struggling with a disability for 90 days or longer between the ages of 35 and 60. Most people simply aren't prepared to deal with the aftermath of a disability and will often fall into financial distress as a result. The best way to protect yourself is to purchase a private disability insurance policy that will provide you with some income during this time.

12 June 2017

Exacerbating Known Conditions: Does It Count Under Worker's Compensation?

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What happens when you take on a job that manages to exacerbate a condition you already have? Does it fall under worker's compensation? Well, if you ask any workers compensation attorney, you may get different answers. There are some tricky legal issues with this situation, and you may be surprised by the answers. Did You Disclose Your Condition to Your Employer? If you disclosed your health condition to your employer and he/she still insisted you work in an area of the company/factory where your condition could worsen, then yes, it does fall under worker's compensation.

7 June 2017

3 Elements You May Need To Win Your Car Accident Case

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There are times when winning car accident cases is easy, but there are other times when this can be hard to do. If you believe you are entitled to compensation from your recent car accident, you should realize that you will have a better chance of winning if you have these three elements present in your case. Evidence That Proves Fault Of The Other Party When the evidence is very clear in a car accident case, it can be easy to prove who is at fault; however, this is not always the case.

5 June 2017