Legal Guide

Legal Guide (Page 12)

4 Essential Duties for a Criminal Lawyer

  Few people actually set out with the intention of committing a crime. Most people are sane and decent, and do not lead a life of intentional criminality. Even still, many crimes end up happening in the heat of the moment, or by mistake, and those criminal charges are levied against tens of thousands of people every year. Sometimes they’re even levied against innocent people who truly... ❯❯❯

What You Need To Know About Calculating Child Support In Florida

Regardless of your familial situation, separation is no simple affair. Unfortunately though, when there are children caught in the crossfire thing can become more complicated and stressful. As such, as a parent, it is your duty to ensure that, in spite of the turmoil in your own relationship, you continue to provide your child with a good degree of certainty, love and care. Often, in order to... ❯❯❯

This Pasadena Attorney Is Predicting a Big Rise in Bankruptcy Filings in 2021

No one was ready for 2020. The novel coronavirus pandemic has profoundly impacted the finances of millions of people and even businesses. With the increase in cases of COVID-19, many companies had to close their doors indefinitely due to the quarantine. Thousands of companies ceased operations overnight and began to bleed money. As a result, many people lost their jobs and were forced to take on... ❯❯❯

What Are the Most Common Causes of Bicycle Accidents?

Whether you ride a bicycle for fun, to commute, or for sport, you run the risk of being injured or killed in a cycling accident. There are approximately 45,000 bicycle accidents and 850 bicycle fatalities in the United States each year. Often, these accidents involve collisions with vehicles. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), these are the most common... ❯❯❯

What is the Largest Personal Injury Claim in Canada?

While we often view our neighbours to the south as lawsuit-crazy, we Canadians believe in the power of the law as well. One of the ways that individuals engage with the legal system is through personal injury claims, usually, with the help of an injury law firm. Personal injury law enshrouds many different instances, such as car accidents, workplace incidents, repetitive stress injuries, and... ❯❯❯

5 Lawyer Personality Types, and How Yours Should Inform Your Law Career

Contrary to popular belief, not all lawyers are cold, boring and greedy. Such a diverse field is bound to attract a diverse group of people — and studies on lawyers’ personalities prove it. Some lawyers are feeling while others are analytical; some lawyers are temperamental while others almost always remain calm. It is important to remember that everyone is uniquely human, even those... ❯❯❯

4 Steps to Take After A Commercial Accident Injury

Most drivers have experienced an accident of some sort, some of which can have devastating consequences such as injuries and property damage. When you drive for a living, however, it’s much more likely that you’ll be involved in an accident--and the likelihood is also higher that it will involve multiple cars at that point, and cause a number of injuries. This is why, if you have been... ❯❯❯

Can Someone Else Be at Fault in a Single-Car Accident?

Single-car accidents are quite common. They include crashing into an object, spinning or skidding, flipping over, and running off the road — any accident that involves no contact with other vehicles. It’s rare that someone other than the driver was at fault, but it is possible that another person’s negligence was the cause of the accident. In such cases, you could avoid liability... ❯❯❯

How to Become an Online Notary in Texas

Remote online notarization is the future of the notary business. The coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult to notarize documents because of office closures and social distancing rules. If you’re a notary in Texas, you can start performing remote online notarizations. When you’re ready, sign up with an online notary platform like OneNotary that makes it easy to start working and... ❯❯❯

Common Fraud in The HealthCare Industry And How To Avoid It

Fraud operators relied on inventive schemes such as forgery, bribery, fake patients, and false billings to benefit financially from administrative vulnerabilities in public services such as Medicare and Medicaid. Falsifying Claims Incorrect insurance schemes accounted for 25.5% of providers' fraud cases last year, which typically include the use of which identification of fraudulent healthcare... ❯❯❯