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Gun Violence In The US: The Statistics People Often Forget

Gun Violence In The US: The Statistics People Often ForgetYou can’t miss the latest news to come out of the US. Gun Violence is on the increase. Much to the dismay of the Democratic party. Who are hoping to still get the bill passed for a crackdown on guns. But recently some of the news has been shocking. If it isn’t the mass shooting having taken place in Florida, then it's the racial gun shootings between armed police and citizens of the... ❯❯❯

What You Should Know about Filling for a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case

Many people who struggled to pay their debt will seek the final resolution of filing for a bankruptcy. Chapter 13 bankruptcy can reduce the burden of your debt partially and it usually takes 3 – 5 years to repay it. You are to use your disposable income to pay for the debt in the Chapter 13 plan. The disposable income is the leftover after you have deducted your expenses. You should... ❯❯❯

How DWI Attorneys Can Help You

Drunk driving is a serious crime yet so many people are treating it lightly. Because of this, the rate of DWI cases have increased rapidly all over the United States. So if you ever found yourself in the same situation, here’s what you should do. First, find a DWI lawyer. A DWI lawyer is a person that focuses on drunk driving cases in his law practice. With this, he or she has the most... ❯❯❯

How to Hire the Best Criminal Defense Lawyer?

How to Hire the Best Criminal Defense Lawyer? Hiring the best criminal defense attorney for yourself or any of your close relative or friends is quite difficult, especially when you have so many options to choose from. So, how can you know which criminal defense lawyer is the best and which one is just average? Or who can fight your case with the best of his abilities? It is important to find a reputable lawyer whom you can trust.... ❯❯❯

Partnering with a Legal Advocate after an Accident

When you have been hurt on the job, you may find yourself relatively isolated and without the support you need during your recovery. Your coworkers may hesitate to take your side against your employer for fear of losing their jobs. Even your boss may skirt the truth in a bid to protect the company. When you need to make a claim against your employer's insurance to help you pay your medical bills... ❯❯❯

ILTA/InsideLegal Technology Purchasing Survey

ILTA/InsideLegal Technology Purchasing SurveyKeeping up-to-date with the latest technology trends is something that is necessary when looking at the entire law industry. We are faced with a field of activity where data is vital. You want to be sure that you speed up the entire process in order to be able to always make the correct decisions. As you can clearly see from the infographic presented here, the number of technological investments... ❯❯❯

Choosing The Right DUI Lawyer for You

We all think that it may never happen to us, but getting a DUI isn't exclusive to certain people. Anybody is at risk of a DUI no matter how much they have had to drink. Instead of thinking you are free from ever needing a good criminal lawyer Oakland, you should learn how to research, interview, and find a good lawyer ahead of time. Preparation is always the best defense. Often times, a... ❯❯❯

How to Resolve a Personal Injury Case?

Did you suffer an injury recently? Is the injury bad enough to prevent you from working for a significant period of time? Was the injury caused as a result of negligence by a person or business? If so, you will need to find legal representation that is capable of adequately defending your rights in court. It is important that the responsible party pay for the pain and suffering they have caused... ❯❯❯

How Could A DUI Attorney Help You?

How Could A DUI Attorney Help You? Image author Most people think they are never going to need a DUI attorney to fight their corner. They believe that only stupid people would dare drink alcohol before getting behind the wheel of a motor vehicle. However, you’d be surprised by the level of DUI cases going through our courts these days. What people don’t realize is that alcohol stays in your system for a long time.... ❯❯❯

Estate Administration Vs. Probate

Upon the death of an individual, it is necessary that his or her estate be properly managed. Administering an estate involves paying any debts incurred by the decedent  as well as searching the estates and allocating them to the beneficiaries. A person who died without leaving a Will or Testament is considered "intestate" whereas the process related to this is called the "Estate... ❯❯❯