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Your Child Was Injured In A Car Accident. Now What?

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Protecting your children is, of course, every parent’s number one goal at all times. So it can leave you feeling incredibly upset if you are in a car accident with your child or children in the vehicle. If your child is injured, your first priority will, of course, be to seek out medical attention. But after the initial nightmare is over, you may be looking to seek justice through the court system.…

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How A Car Accident Attorney Can Help You Determine If You Have A Good Case

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Right now, you could be wondering if you should pursue a case related to the accident that you might have recently been involved in. You might not be totally sure of whether or not you have a good case, however. If you schedule a consultation with a car accident attorney, they should be able to help you get a better idea of whether or not you do have a case. These are some of the ways that an attorney can help you make this determination.…

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Common Questions of Child Support Recipients

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Every child does have two parents even if only one of those parents has custody of the child. If you are the custodial parent, you may be entitled to child support to help you cover the costs of care. Here is a look at a few of the questions you may have.  Does the custodial parent have to show proof of how funds were used? Most states will not require you to show any proof of how you spend the child support money.…

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Forming An LLC? Why You Need To Consult With A Corporate Lawyer

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If you’ve decided to form a limited liability corporation, or LLC, for your small business, don’t start without an attorney. There are a lot of complex issues to navigate when forming an LLC. Unfortunately, if you’re not familiar with corporate law, you might miss some of those issues. If you’re like many small business owners, you think only major corporations can benefit from a corporate lawyer, but that’s not the case.…

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Complicated Relationships And False Charges: How Your Criminal Defense May Proceed

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Relationships are complicated enough without dealing with exes, blended families, stepchildren, and a host of other potential problems. However, when you have been accused by another parent of molesting or raping the children your current lover shares with a former partner, it is not going to go well for you. Family court takes such accusations very seriously, and if there is even a remote chance that it could be real, they have to investigate it.…

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How to Avoid Domestic Violence Charges During the Holiday Season

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Sadly, it is not uncommon to see an uptick in cases of domestic violence around the holiday season. While this should be the happiest time of year, the stress of it all can bring out the worst in some people. The stress of the holidays can be the result of worries over money, feuds within the family, or having too much to drink. Here are some things to keep in mind about domestic violence during the holidays:…

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Fell While Out Shopping? Why You Should See A Personal Injury Lawyer

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Shopping can be a great way to relax and unwind. Whether there is a specific list of items that you want or you are doing some window shopping to decide what to purchase in the future, it’s always good to see what’s out there so you can get excited about adding a new piece to your collection. When everything goes well, the outing often leaves you refreshed and just tired enough to climb into bed for a nap.…

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Tips To Help You Have A More Peaceful Divorce

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The word peaceful is not usually accompanied with the word divorce, but there are ways to make a divorce more peaceful if this is what you both long for. While it is harder to do if your spouse does not also long for this, there are still things you can do that could make this event in life less messy, stressful, and hard, and here are some tips to consider using if you would like a more peaceful divorce.…

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Ignition Interlock Devices: What You Need To Know

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If you are ever arrested and found guilty of driving under the influence, part of your punishment may be to have an IID, or an ignition interlock device, installed on your vehicle. The judge will require you to pay to have the device installed on your vehicle to help ensure you do not drive while under the influence. Here are some things you should know: How Does an IID Work?…

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Documentation To Prove A Slip & Fall Accident Occurred On Commercial Property

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In May 2018, a man attempted to file a fraudulent insurance claim by faking a slip and fall accident at a big box retailer in Florida. Fraudulent cases like this are sadly prevalent and many retailers try to dissuade people from filing false claims and personal injury lawsuits, which is why evidence from individual cases is gone through with a fine-toothed comb. What evidence? Documentation of the incident and everything that happens afterwards.…

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