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According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, on average, one person is killed in a drunk driving accident and every two minutes, one person is injured as a result of a drunk driving accident. Everyone is aware that drinking and driving is dangerous. Each and every day, people are injured or killed by someone driving drunk. Not to mention the fact that no matter what state you live in, drinking and driving is a crime and could land you behind bars. Read More»
You did everything right during your pregnancy. You went to all of your doctor’s appointments and ate all the right foods. The last thing you expected was to have your baby suffer injuries at birth. Unfortunately, birth injuries can happen at any time during labor or delivery.
According to research abirth injury is defined as an impairment of the neonate’s body function or structure due to an adverse event that occurred at birth. Read More»
When you are facing a DUI conviction, it important that you do everything possible to get the charges reduced or dropped. There are many aspects of the case against you that you and your DUI attorney can challenge. If you are facing a DUI charge, here are some areas you should consider focusing on in your defense.
The Breath Test
Breath tests are routinely used as part of a DUI case, but there are some major issues with the testing. Read More»
If you have hurt yourself in the workplace, you might feel like you are only going through the motions with your worker’s comp case. If you are worried that your case isn’t being handled correctly or timely, it might be time to call in a personal injury lawyer to look over your claim. Here are four instances you might want to bring in a lawyer to help with your pending worker’s comp case. Read More»
Disability benefits can be a huge life-saver when you can no longer work. The income from Social Security can help you live comfortably and stay up-to-date on your bills. Unfortunately, receiving these benefits can sometimes be a lot more difficult than anticipated. The good news is that you can make it much easier to receive the benefits you need.
By following these four tips:
1. Include a Comprehensive List of Your Medical Problems Read More»