Pedestrian Accidents: 4 Steps The Driver Should Take Immediately

Posted on: 12 April 2016
If you are ever involved in an accident involving your car and a pedestrian, it is crucial to know what to do. First of all, try not to panic, and definitely do not drive away. Be sure to take the following steps in a calm and rational manner: Be Safe If you hit a pedestrian with your car, the first step you should take is to ensure the safety of everyone involved.
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4 Things That Can Ruin Your Personal Injury Case

Posted on: 18 March 2016
When you are involved in a personal injury case in which you have been injured by another party wrongfully, then you are going to want to do everything in your power to win your case. Ensuring that you receive fair compensation will ensure that you are able to pay for damages, medical expenses, lost time at work, and more as a result of the injuries you have sustained. Here are four things that can ruin your case and you should stay clear to avoid:
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Expungement of Criminal Records: Get the Facts

Posted on: 29 February 2016
Many people with a criminal record have problems living a normal life. For example, they might have trouble getting a job or renting an apartment because of an employer or landlord's reluctance to deal with someone who has committed a crime in the past. In certain instances, however, you can avoid these types of issues due to a legal procedure known as expungement. The following article takes a closer look at this concept.   What It Is Expungement involves a sealing of an individual's criminal records by the presiding jurisdiction.
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How To Survive A Workers Compensation Video Deposition

Posted on: 12 February 2016
If you have been injured at work and filed for workers compensation, you should a expect the employer's insurer to request a video deposition. A deposition is a video taped question and answer session taken under oath about your work injuries, which commonly occurs at the claimant's lawyer's office. It sounds nerve-wracking to answer questions under oath, but the following tips will help you prepare for the deposition. Questions to Expect
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