Category Archives: General Interest

Taking Action: 7 Steps After a Loved One’s Wrongful Death

A family that has lost a loved one because of the negligence of a third party is faced with what is faced with the prospect of pursuing what is called a wrongful death claim. The death of someone due to … Continue reading

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Texas Insurance Regulators Let Stand 75 Percent Increase in Long-Term Care Premiums

Long-term care insurance can be a vital part of an older person’s financial planning. It’s never been cheap, but now Texas regulators are going to allow at least one company to raise premiums by 75%. The story was detailed in … Continue reading

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What to Do If You Are Injured by a Drunk Driver

Image Source: Flickr Car accidents can be scary and disorienting, especially if you sustain an injury. Unfortunately, drunk driving accidents are all too common. Drunk driving-related accidents make up one third of all car accidents in the United States each … Continue reading

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Unexpected Ways an Injury Lawsuit Can Affect Your Life

When people think about filing a lawsuit, they are usually focused on the financial compensation they could potentially receive, and the emotional or social justice they hope to obtain. However it’s important to look at all aspects of a personal … Continue reading

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Group Claims Disabled People Are Denied Voting Rights

The AP reports from Los Angeles that advocates for the disabled “say thousands of people with autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy and other intellectual or developmental disabilities have been systematically denied that basic right in the nation’s largest county.” A Voting Rights … Continue reading

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How Advances In Neuroscience Will Impact The Legal System

Despite massive advances in technology and the medical field over the past few centuries, the human brain has still remained a relatively unexplored frontier. While scientists have worked hard to learn more about the basic functioning of the human neurological … Continue reading

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Four Smart Money Moves If You Marry After Age 50

It seems more and more older couples are getting married, usually for at least the second time. Marriage at an older age can be quite a bit more complex than at a young age. There should be considerations for children … Continue reading

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Happy Labor Day!

Happy Labor Day! As you enjoy this holiday, please remember the sacrifices made by labor unions over the years to benefit American workers.

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Seven Reasons to Push a Lawsuit After Being in an Accident

An individual who is injured in an accident because of the negligence of someone else needs to seriously consider the prospect of filing a lawsuit against the negligent individual. In fact, seven fundamental reasons exist for a person to pursue … Continue reading

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Challenging Your Brain Keeps It Sharp As You Age

Seniors, want to keep your brain as “young” as possible? Challenge it with new tasks as you age. That was the conclusion reached by a new study that was detailed in an article in the Dallas Morning News. I encourage … Continue reading

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