Legal Guide (Page 50)
What Should You Do After a Hit and Run?
In a world where accidents and mishaps are common, hit and run cases are also now becoming quite common and they are increasing on a rapid pace. Hit and run accidents and cases are the one under which the driver hits your car and runs away without providing you any relevant contact details. Such accidents often happen while your car is parked in a parking lot and someone hits it in your absence.... ❯❯❯
What changes to the impaired driving laws mean to Canadians
The federal government has been looking to tighten up its impaired driving laws as it prepares to make marijuana legal. Many of the changes give police more power over alleged impaired motorists and also shift the burden of proof more onto the accused. Some of the changes will tackle reforming parts of the Criminal Code that deal with impaired driving. These changes would include a mandatory... ❯❯❯
What is Domestic Violence and How Can You Protect Yourself?
Domestic violence is many things. It doesn’t have to be committed only by a husband or a live-in boyfriend. There’s also a pattern of violent behavior that runs through generations when children witness violence in the home. Both for the safety of the person being assaulted and any children in the home, it’s imperative that victims look seriously at their situation, realize that... ❯❯❯
Can You Patent Your Software?
So you have developed a piece of software you believe is truly unique and serves an important purpose. You have spent considerable time, money, and skill on developing this software and the last thing you want to do is see it used for profit by someone else. Products are often patented to protect them. But is it possible to patent software? Can you adequately protect software with a patent? It... ❯❯❯
Treating Burns Can be Expensive so You Need to File an Injury Claim
Lasers are very powerful tools. They are used for hair removal and other cosmetic treatments. Sadly, their power can also lead to skin burns. Several patients have suffered from this problem due to the negligence of the medical staff assigned to do the job. Whether it was due to negligence or just an unintentional mistake, you might end up suffering. The degree of the burns could vary. One... ❯❯❯
How to Win a Child Custody Case - Hints from The Experts
Despite your best efforts, divorce happens. The National Center for Health Statistics reported that in 2016, there were 813,862 divorces in the US. While reasons vary, the fact remains that if children are involved, a difficult situation becomes even more complex. At such times, the first move a divorcing parent should make is to contact a child custody lawyer. But what else should you be aware... ❯❯❯
Four Reasons to Invest in a Personal Injury Lawyer for Your Accident Case
If you have been injured or become ill due to the carelessness or negligence of another, then there is every chance that you will be able to take your case to court and claim compensation. When taking a personal injury case to court, you will have the choice of either self-representation or hire an experienced personal injury lawyer to fight your case on your behalf. If you are still on the fence... ❯❯❯
5 Important Points to Know about Personal Injury Laws in the State of Texas
If you or someone you know was unfortunate enough to be in an accident that led to a serious injury due to someone else’s fault, you are eligible to get compensation for your troubles from the guilty party. However, since the laws vary quite a bit from state to state in the USA, it is wise to take a good look at the five points mentioned below before filing the lawsuit in Texas. Royalty... ❯❯❯
What You Don't Know About Workers Compensation
If you are working a job for a company or a contractor and the job involves some type of physical labor, your chances of being involved in a potential workers compensation issue are very high. While workers comp can arise at any job, it is much more likely at jobs where you are on your feet a lot or working in potentially dangerous situations. And even though the possibility of requesting... ❯❯❯
Real Estate Law 102: Government Land Grabs
Real Estate/ Real Property: The terms real estate and real property are used interchangeably. Many characteristics of this niche overlap with contract law. Real estate or real property encompasses the land and all which belongs to land such as houses, buildings, trees and minerals. It also includes the law, rights and benefits associates with the land. So real estate means ownership or use of... ❯❯❯