Legal Guide

Legal Guide (Page 34)

Keeping the Flow Going in the Work Place

Running your own business can be complicated at times. You obviously know your product and service inside out, but that doesn’t mean you understand every aspect of business ownership. That’s okay because there are plenty of people out there that can help. Don’t be afraid to hire a professional to handle the areas that you feel uncertain about. When to Hire a Lawyer A good... ❯❯❯

4 Tips for Making Sure You Come Out on Top in a Lemon Law Case

Getting stuck with a lemon vehicle is never a good situation, no matter how you look at it. A lemon is a vehicle that has one or more manufacturing defects that compromise its safety and functionality. If you find yourself in this unfortunate situation, there are several things you can do to ensure you get full justice from the auto manufacturer. Fortunately, the law is on your side. Here are... ❯❯❯

5 Things to Know When Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer

For many injury victims who have been in an accident for the first time, choosing a personal injury lawyer can seem like a daunting endeavor. To simplify the process, know that you should be looking to hire a personal injury attorney who treats both you and your legal claim with respect by keeping your best interests in mind at all times. Here are five things you should know and look for when... ❯❯❯

5 Tips for Hiring Top-Notch Employees

Whether you're running a mom-and-pop store or an international corporation, your employees are the backbone of your business. But how do you ensure that you're only hiring the best? Here are a few tips for finding, recruiting and interviewing top-notch people. Filter Your Resumes Automated software can help you filter through resumes that don't contain important keywords like "bachelor's... ❯❯❯

How To Gain Exclusive Personal Injury Leads For Your Lawyer Business

When you’re a personal injury lawyer, you have to go through the same dilemma of attracting and maintaining customers, similar to what businesses usually do. Even if you’re a service provider, you need to tell the general public that you exist as a legal practitioner and that your legal services are actually better compared to other personal injury lawyers. Doing this is essential... ❯❯❯

Stop Drunk Driving With These Four Self-Help Tips

Over the years, drinking and driving statistics have become increasingly depressing. In fact, according to the data presented by the Mothers against Drunk Driving (MADD), the highest percentage of drunk drivers are between ages 21 to 24. It is then followed by ages 25-34. In another heartbreaking statistic reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), approximately 29... ❯❯❯

How Life Saving Child Stickers Are Being Used to Increase Road Safety

In Australia, there’s a new program that was launched not very long ago with the intention to increase road safety. As unique as the program is, there is some amazing logic behind it that warns the driver to maintain speed and drive safely on the road. You must be thinking what this new road safety program involves. In this article, we’ll discuss what has made this new road safety... ❯❯❯

Five Practical Tips For The New Trial Lawyer

There are some tips here for the practical trial lawyer who is going into a courtroom and plans to face down a case that could be too complex. You must have a way of getting to the heart of the truth without breaking your back, and you have to get it all done while the case is going on. Look over each tip to see what might work best for you or in your situation. 1. Ask Questions You Know The... ❯❯❯

Summer Is a Time For Checkpoints: How to Handle Your DUI

If you plan on driving around the Tampa, Florida area this summer, you are almost guaranteed to pass through a DUI checkpoint, especially if you’re passing through town late at night or during a holiday. DUI checkpoints are nerve wracking even for drivers who are entirely sober. If you have been drinking, going through a checkpoint will most likely result in a DUI charge. It is essential... ❯❯❯

Time Frame For Settling Dog Bite Cases

Just like other types of personal injury litigation, dog bite cases can essentially be settled at virtually any time between the bite event itself and the issuance of a verdict. However, there are certain points in time in which settlement is most likely for claims of this sort, and it is useful to examine what they might be. Pre-Suit Dog Bite Settlements When a dog owner and injury victim have... ❯❯❯