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10 Facts Your New York Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Attorney May Not Tell You

When you hire a New York personal injury or medical malpractice lawyer, here are 10 Facts Your New York Personal Injury or Medical Malpractice Attorney May Not Tell You.
Posted by Gerry Oginski

10 Things You Absolutely Need To Know To Start An Injury Lawsuit

Learn the 10 things that you need to know before you start an injury lawsuit. Read about how lawsuits work and why having an experienced attorney is a must in your case.
Posted by Gerry Oginski

10 Tips for Winning at Custody

Win at Custody - 10 tips that provide consumers with the inside edge. Child custody is an explosive and emotional issue that divides many families. Learn what you can do to maximize your chances of winning at custody and, just as important, learn what not to do.
Posted by Jean Mahserjian

15 Key Deposition Techniques in a Medical Malpractice Case

How to take a doctor's medical malpractice deposition. Learn Deposition Techniques that will help you conduct your deposition.
Posted by Gerry Oginski

4 Tips to Help You Find a Reputable Mesothelioma Lawyer

This article gives tips on finding a reputable mesothelioma lawyer.
Posted by Robert Linebaugh

5 Tips to Help Avoid a DUI Conviction

What you should do and say during a DUI arrest to minimize the risk of a criminal conviction and a DMV license suspension.
Posted by Lawrence Taylor

7 Reasons Why Law Firm Diversity Intiatives Fail

Many law firms understand the importance of building a diverse workforce. The changing demographics within the United States have signaled to firms that diversity is an important goal that will affec...
Posted by Jatrine Bentsi-Enchill

9 Pros And Cons Of A Compensation Claim

Making a compensation claim looks easy and a good idea in the beginning... but as time goes by, you discover the catches and fees. However, by that time its too late! Too late especially if the medical is done...
Posted by Mohammad Latif

A Look at Paralegal Jobs

Paralegals support lawyers by organizing the massive amounts of paperwork law offices generate, running the office smoothly, helping to draft documents and interviewing witnesses.
Posted by Kent Pinkerton

A Look at Paralegal Training

A paralegal assists lawyers, corporations, or government agencies that must work with the law. Most of the time, paralegals help lawyers to keep afloat of the mounds of paperwork needed in law.
Posted by Kent Pinkerton

A Whiplash Injury Claim Is NO BIG DEAL... Or Is It?

Whiplash is ingnored by many victims, feeling that it's no big deal. But over the years pain arousing without an accident occurring can be mind boggling. Years of agony is too late as you can't turn the clocks back.
Posted by Mumtaz Shah

Accident At Work - Who's In Charge; You, Or The Company?

An accident at work can lead to many difficulties. Take a step back, place your cards on the table. Effectively it's a win win situation for both yourself and the company, but you must play the cards right...
Posted by Mohammad Latif

Accident Solicitor - You're Not Alone Anymore

All accident solicitors should be on your side. Be cautious to which ones you choose otherwise the compensation payout could be in their pocket!
Posted by Mohammad Latif

Accidents: 5 Deadly Sins That Could Wreck Your Injury Claim

In this article you'll learn what you should never do in an accident case. Find out why a lawyer should never refer you to a doctor. Find out why hiding your previous accidents will be the 'kiss of death' to your claim. Learn why it's so important to be truthful when describing your injuries.
Posted by Gerry Oginski

Admission and Verification of Identity in Electronic Records

"Digital certificates" are issued by a trusted intermediary who verifies the identity of a person and performs appropriate background checks, depending on the level of assurance to be granted. The simplest level verifies that an e-mail message was sent from an indicated address.
Posted by Adil Waseem

Africa, Equity, And The Golden Rule

For Black Africa to get out of its economic problems and human calamities, it certainly deserves a new thought, a renewed African philosophy (in the light of contemporary global culture) and love for humanity. We should stop pretending: our ways are different from others. The new song across the land should be ‘do unto others as you would like them to do unto you'.
Posted by Muyiwa Osifuye

After the Revocable Living Trust is SignedÂ… Now What?

You've gone through the trouble of creating an estate plan that includes a revocable living trust. Now what do you need to do?
Posted by Phil Craig

All About Child Molestation

Often we misuse the words ‘pedophile' and ‘child molester'. We tend to use ‘pedophile' to all offenders who sexually abuse children. But these two words are different in meaning.A pedophile refers to a man or woman who has recurrent, intense sexually arousing fantasies, urges, or behaviors involving pubescent or prepubescent children. The offense must occur over a period of at least six months for a person to be called a pedophile.
Posted by Blur Loterina

All About Wrongful Death Cases

If you have lost a loved one because of wrongful death, speak to a personal injury attorney for details regarding the reliability of your case now. After all, your loved ones deserve justice for their untimely death and you too for your misery.
Posted by Gil Mart Abareta

Amending Law of Evidence ( Qunun-e-Shahadat Order 1984 ) and e-taxation

Although the Electronic transaction ordinance 2002 has made amendments in Qunun-e-Shahadat to meet basic criterion of evidence regarding electronic transaction, like Article 2 regarding admission; Article 49-A acceptance of relevance of information generated by automated information system; Article 59 Expert opinion of information technology officer; Article 73 regarding acceptance of primary evidence of any information received and transmitted in computer based form out of automatic generated transaction and also Article 78-A prove of digital signature.
Posted by Adil Waseem

American Hegemony

The nineteenth century – “the Victorian age� - effectively began in 1815, with the Battle of Waterloo, and ended in August 1914 with the outbreak of the First World War. During that 99 years, the British with their enormous navy and vast overseas possessions, maintained a kind of hegemony which insured almost a century of relative peace in the world and an expansion of free trade that reached its pinnacle at the turn of the 20th century and has not been matched since then.
Posted by Charles Parselle

An Accident Compensation Claim Can Be Settled In 2 Months

Personal injury claims can be settled within 2 months, if you know how. If you make an effort with the accident solicitor, then you never know, you might also have a record breaking settlement.
Posted by Mumtaz Shah

An Important Part of Lifetime Planning is the Power of Attorney

An important part of lifetime planning is the Power of Attorney. Valid in all states, these documents give one or more persons the power to act on your behalf. The power may be limited to a particula...
Posted by Jeffrey Broobin

Anatomy of an International Debt Collection Case

Introduction In late June of 2003, I received an e-mail from Daniel Harris, who introduced himself as maritime lawyer from Seattle. He had found me through the internet and was asking me whether I wa...
Posted by Zhao Xiaomei

Anti-Phishing Bill Introduced To Congress

Sen. Partick J. Leahy has introduced the Anti-Phishing Act of 2005 to Congress for consideration. The Act would allow federal prosecutors to seek fines of up to $250,000 and prison sentences of up to five years against individuals convicted for promoting phishing scams.
Posted by Richard Chapo

Appraisal Basis for Texas Teachers

Texas public school teachers go through the annual ritual of the state mandated appraisal system. Although the process can be stressful, knowing the rules and being prepared if you encounter a problem can make things go much more smoothly.
Posted by Pamela Parker

Arbitration - Protect Yourself

Arbitration is a process that seeks to resolve disputes without formal legal action. A formal law suit, which can hold a company accountable, is replaced with a costly private justice system where high costs and abuse of the law have been documented.
Posted by Alan Barnes

Arbitration And The Lemon Law

Is arbitration a viable alternative to a lawsuit or is it what we call the 'Lemon Gauntlet' extended?
Posted by Donald Ladew

Are there Any Bicycle Accident Lawyers in Los Angeles?

Yes, of course. I was unable to find any attorneys that are only bicycle accident lawyers in Los Angeles, but there are a lot of lawyers that specialize in accidents in general and they can offer you all the help you might need at the court.
Posted by Dave Hoffman

Arraignment in New York Criminal Courts

The “arraignment� process involves: Being brought before a Judge in the courtroom Receiving the “ criminal complaint� with the crimes charged and the factual basis to each charge The District Att...
Posted by Susan Chana Lask
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