The Basics of Filing a Birth Injury Claim

Posted on: 13 February 2019
The idea that a birth injury left you or your child seriously harmed can leave you feeling at a loss when deciding what to do. Do you hire a birth injury lawyer and sue? Who should you pursue action against? How does the process even work? Here are the basics you need to know about filing a birth injury claim. There Most Likely Won't Be a Lawsuit Doctors and medical organizations typically carry insurance coverage, and their policies are in place to ensure that a claim can be paid out when something terrible does happen.
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How Using Mouthwash Before a Job Interview May Threaten Your DUI Probation

Posted on: 7 January 2019
Several months ago, you had issues with alcohol that resulted in a DUI arrest and probation. Ever since then, you've been sober and are on your way to a new job interview. However, you cleaned your gums with mouthwash before you left in order to improve your breath. Unfortunately, you could be in a position to break probation by accident if you get pulled over. Mouthwash Can Trigger a Failed Breathalyzer
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Choose A Car Accident Attorney Who Doesn't Promise How Quickly Your Case Will Go

Posted on: 27 November 2018
Speaking to a few legal professionals after you've been injured in a car accident can help you to evaluate which attorney will be the right fit for you. When you speak to different attorneys, you'll frequently want to have them assess various elements of your case. One question that you might have is about how quickly things will proceed. Generally, it's ideal for a car accident case to wrap up in a short amount of time, given that this gets you your settlement sooner and allows you to start thinking about the future, rather than recalling the accident.
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Defenses That Can Help If You'Ve Been Charged With Issuing A Bad Check

Posted on: 14 October 2018
It's easy to view financial-based charges less seriously than crimes against other people, but it's also important to remember that when you break the law in a financial way, you can indeed be harming someone. As such, it's important to take a financial crime with which you've been charged seriously — and contact a law firm and hire a defense attorney who specializes in these types of cases to represent you.
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