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How to Get Fired for Your Social Media Posts

You have a right to express your opinions and beliefs in public. No one can take that away from you. Even if your choice of words is offensive, you can say pretty much whatever you want. That doesn’t mean that you are entirely protected from the consequences of your actions. Social media posts have been the downfall of many reckless employees who chose to publicly rant about their jobs,... [Continue Reading]

AAA Study Links Falls, Auto Accidents for Older Drivers

A recent report from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety concludes that older drivers with a history of falling are 40 percent more likely to be involved in an auto accident than other people their age. There are several factors at play in this conclusion. Double Distress The study surmises that there are two detriments involved in the causation. First, older people who have suffered falls... [Continue Reading]

Lessen the Odds of Cyber Theft

With many consumers still struggling in today’s economy, it should not come as a huge surprise that these same people (and just about everyone for that matter) doesn’t want to have to deal with identity theft. As the news and data show, however, identity theft is a real problem for many Americans. Even those consumers going out of their way to protect themselves, yes, they... [Continue Reading]

How does a Personal Injury Claim Process Work?

Everyone knows about personal injury lawsuits and how they involve suing a negligent party for the injury you suffer, but not many people know about the specifics of how these lawsuits work. Contrary to popular belief, a personal injury claim does not begin from the moment you talk with an attorney, but from the moment you get into an accident. In Utah, or any other state, your actions in... [Continue Reading]

What to Do When Facing Deportation

If you find yourself facing deportation, it can be a very frightening and stressful experience for you and your family. Laws regarding deportation can be difficult to understand and even more so if English is not your first language. Even those that may have experience with deportation proceedings can find the laws confusing and with all of the changes constantly going in the laws regarding... [Continue Reading]

7 Questions to Ask Your Estate Planning Attorney

Estate planning is never fun, and it is not something you want to spend a lot of time dealing with. But it is very important to ensure your estate is planned in the right way, especially if you plan on leaving something for the next generation of your family. If you want your assets given out to the right people without any fuss or drama, you want a well-planned estate that is given away... [Continue Reading]