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Obama’s Plan to Cut Greenhouse Gases to Face Challenges in Court

There’s no doubt about it. Climate control is definitely a relevant topic; one that, based on the decisions that are made now, will definitely impact our future. This is a big part of the reason why President Obama is currently being so aggressive when it comes to his desire to push through the kind of legislation that will actually cut the amount of greenhouse gases that are permitted into the... ❯❯❯

Presettlement Lawsuit Funding: How It Works

Whether you have been injured at work, slipped in a supermarket, or have been in a vehicle collision that wasn’t your fault and you are waiting for your settlement payment, but are in a bit of a financial pickle, you might be able to take a loan out against the damages you are owed when the lawsuit is finalized. Sometimes it can take months for a lawsuit to conclude and to receive payment,... ❯❯❯

How to Go About Fighting a Traffic Violation in Court

If you have recently received a traffic violation, you are certainly not alone. As a matter of fact, there are over 100,000 tickets that are handed out in this country alone on a daily basis. That adds up to approximately 1 in 6 individuals who will receive a ticket this year. However, if you feel that you have received a ticket that was unwarranted, there are certain things that you can do.... ❯❯❯

Driving on An Expired License: What Are the Penalties?

If you took a poll of a hundred people and you asked them to mention one of the things that they dislike doing the most (outside of household chores or paying bills), we’re willing to bet that they just might tell you is that they dislike going to the DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) in order to get their license renewed. We totally get why that would be the case being that it can oftentimes... ❯❯❯

5 Rewarding Careers in the Legal Field

When you think of the legal field you probably think of a lawyer – either for the defendant or the plaintiff – fighting their case on the floor of a courthouse. You might also think of the high salary, the fancy cars, the house and the high life. However, there are many jobs in the legal field that range from low 5-figure entry-level wages and onto higher positions that pay upwards of nine-figure... ❯❯❯

What Are the Legal Limitations for Private Detectives?

Private detectives are not police officers; this is one important distinction that people must know. Private detectives are essentially ordinary, everyday citizens with certification to practice private detection with a license in the state they operate. Some of these private detectives work for firms or run their own agency. Moreover, many private detectives have been in law enforcement or are... ❯❯❯

Common Legal Issues for Substance Abusers

Substance abuse claims too many lives each year, and the road to recovery is long and arduous. While modern society offers a better quality of life than at any other time in the history of man, there are also many pitfalls these modern conveniences create. Drugs and alcohol are always within easy access, and often romanticized in pop culture. In America people have the freedom to do whatever they... ❯❯❯

How to Appeal a Denied Social Security Disability Claim

Social Security is meant to provide you with benefits and assistance when you need them, but there are some cases in which the system may deny you the benefits that you feel you deserve. In these cases, it may be beneficial to appeal your denied Social Security disability claim. If you are truly entitled to benefits because of your physical or mental condition, an appeal is very likely to change... ❯❯❯

How to Find a Highly Reputable Bankruptcy Lawyer

Coming to the decision that you must file for personal bankruptcy is a difficult, often emotionally draining process. No one wants to face the fact that they have no other alternative for dealing with their mountain of debt. In addition, bankruptcy isn’t a cut and dry legal case. Thousands upon thousands of Americans have used this as a pathway out of their economic dead end during the recession,... ❯❯❯

5 Key Considerations Before Hiring a Divorce Attorney

Divorce is never easy, even when both sides are willing to amicably split the assets. Regretfully, this is often not the case. People spend years fighting with their exes over money and property, and if kids are involved the process can get particularly nasty. A good divorce attorney will be your most important ally and biggest emotional support during this process, and hiring the right one is... ❯❯❯