Monthly Archives: August 2017

Common-Sense Contract: 3 Business Litigation Tips To Keep You On The Straight And Narrow

Litigation is a costly process for any business once you account for attorney costs, diminished reputation with consumers and potential damages paid to claimants. Virtually all business owners should prepare for potential cases that could be brought against their company … Continue reading

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4 Strategies To Help Your Children Through The Troubles Of Divorce

Divorce is difficult for children of any age to go through, including adult children. However, those who seem to suffer the most are school-age children and teenagers who may have a harder time processing some of their feelings. These children … Continue reading

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Family Law: Understanding Child Custody and Child Support

Child custody and child support are the most contentious issues that arise in family law cases. Child custody and child support often go hand in hand. Joint custody is another term that many divorcees don’t understand. In most cases, one … Continue reading

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CDC Study Suggests Opioid Deaths May Be Underestimated

  NBC News reports on its website that opioid deaths may be higher than report because opioids suppress the immune system and can result in infection deaths, researchers suggested at a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention meeting. CDC field officer … Continue reading

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Personal Injury: How to Mount an Effective Response to a Serious Trauma

If you have been involved in a serious trauma, your life has likely changed rather dramatically. There are legal issues to deal with, compounded by both professional and personal concerns that must be taken into consideration as well. How you … Continue reading

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Featured Link — Veterans Aid and Attendance Pension

The commercial site VeteranAid.org has some good resources for veterans seeking Aid & Attendance. Check it out.

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House Judiciary Chief Wants Plaintiff-Seeking Drug Ads to Carry Warnings

The Wall Street Journal reports that the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) is pushing the American Bar Association and state groups for attorneys to include warnings in TV ads that try to attract plaintiffs for lawsuits … Continue reading

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Trump Administration Moves to Impede Consumer Lawsuits Against Nursing Homes

Arbitration agreements (replacing the right to file suit) are almost always harmful to consumers and beneficial to businesses. This is true whether you’re dealing with a bank, credit card company, or nursing home. The New York Times has a good … Continue reading

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Medical Malaise: What to Do If Your Healthcare Provider Makes a Mistake

Even Donald Trump can appreciate how complicated the healthcare system is in the United States. Therefore, it is not surprising that mistakes are made throughout the process of providing care. If a mistake is made by your healthcare provider, what … Continue reading

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4 Things to Do After a Car Accident

Getting into an accident is a stressful experience, whether you’re in a simple fender bender or in an accident with property damage or injuries. It’s essential that you take the time to breathe, gather your thoughts, and take the necessary … Continue reading

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