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  • If A Dog Caused Your Car Accident, You Could Receive Compensation From The Owner


    A dog ran out in front of your car and caused you to swerve to avoid it. As a result, you got into an accident that totaled your car and caused personal injury. Can you pursue a lawsuit against the owner of the dog in this case? Leash Laws Often Dictate Your Response Leash laws vary heavily based on the state and these often dictate the nature of your case.
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  • Online Employment Pre-Screening Can Make Your Hiring Process Easier


    When you are looking for new employees, you may get a whole lot of applicants. That can mean that you have to spend a lot of time looking at applications and trying to sort out who will meet your needs and who won't. And then once you find applicants who may meet your needs, you may have to have those prospective employees take tests and other assessments to judge their skills.
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  • Understanding Criminal Lawyer Fees


    Felony charges are serious business, which means you will want to get a lawyer that represents your interests. Finding a felony defense lawyer to work with is only part of the solution – you also have to make sure you can afford the representation. Unlike civil matters, where most lawyers take their fees from the settlement, criminal lawyers will require that their fees are paid regardless if the case is won or not.
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  • 3 Tips For Avoiding Foreclosure


    If you have found yourself in a situation where foreclosure on your home is possible because you are no longer able to afford your mortgage payments, you need to take action. Of course, if action isn't taken, then the bank will foreclose your home, which means you will need to move out within a certain period of time. However, if your current financial situation is only temporary because you have lost a job and are currently looking for another or you have been injured and are not currently able to work, then you want to consider these three tips to help you avoid foreclosure:
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  • Why Many College Students Drink and Drive


    Many college students continue to drink and drive even though the dangers of driving under the influence (DUI) have been well documented. The dangers of DUI are even worse for college students, since most of them have limited driving experience; inexperienced driving plus drunken driving makes a particularly dangerous combination. Why They Do It According to some research, here are two major reasons why college students continue to drink and drive:
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  • What To Know Before You File For Social Security Disability


    If you are suffering from a medical condition and are no longer able to work at your job, you may be able to collect Social Security Disability benefits. The application process can be long and confusing, but for those who need the financial assistance that this benefit provides, there are few alternatives. Fortunately, knowledge about the process can be of enormous help, so read on to learn more about what you need to do to get ready to file for Social Security Disability.
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  • Reasons To Work With A Real Estate Lawyer For Your New Home's Title Search


    When your real estate agent mentions the title search as part of your closing process for the home you're buying, you might dismiss it as no big deal. A title search is a pretty standard procedure, but that doesn't mean that it should be overlooked in its importance. In fact, there are a few key reasons why it is in your best interest to work with a real estate attorney right from the start.
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  • Signs Of A Well-Organized Law Firm And What It Means For You And Your Case


    Of all the professionals you would want to hire in this world, you would expect your lawyer to be the most organized and the most on top of things. When a lawyer is disorganized, or the office is chaotic, that does not bode well for clients who may be facing some serious charges or personal issues. Here are some signs of a well-organized law firm and what it means for you and your case.
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  • Speaking Freely: What To Know About Attorney Client Privilege


    If you've found yourself in an unfortunate situation and now require the services of an attorney, you may be wondering how much you should divulge to that attorney. To get the best defense possible, you should ensure that you tell your attorney as much as possible about your case, and you should rest assured that your communications with your attorney is protected. To learn more about what client attorney privilege can do for you, and the exceptions to this rule, read on.
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  • Trademark Your Business's Logo


    If you are starting a new business, you are probably going to have some kind of logo for your business. A logo is a good way to get people to remember who you are and what your business is. If you do have a logo, you probably spent a lot of time and money to make sure that it's perfect for your business. If so, you want to make sure that it's protected from anyone else using it or taking your logo for themselves.
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