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Who Pays For Damages In An E-Bike Accident?

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E-bikes have become very popular in recent years. They are affordable and environmentally friendly ways to commute to work, or just to have a good time driving around town. They are popular also due to the fact you don’t need to have a driver’s license or have insurance to operate them. Of course, what happens if you have been involved in an accident with an e-bike and were injured? Or, if you were the e-bike rider and were injured? Read More»

How Plea Bargains Work And Why Courts Use Them

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After getting arrested, you will likely feel relieved when the jail releases you, and you are on your way home. From there, though, you will still have to face the charges that caused you to get arrested and booked in jail. During this process, you might receive news that the court has a plea bargain for you to review. If you do not know what a plea bargain is, how it works, or why courts offer them, here are some things you should know. Read More»

Three Of The Most Common Myths About Divorce Custody, And Why You Need A Lawyer's Help

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Even though 40 to 50 percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce, it’s still usually a difficult process for both sides, especially if there are children involved. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of misinformation that exists around divorce and child custody. If you enter into a custody case in court unprepared, it could have a big impact on the final results. Here’s a look at three of the most common myths about divorce custody, and why you’re better enlisting the help of an attorney. Read More»

Steps To Take After You Experience Gender Discrimination At Work

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Unfortunately, gender discrimination in the workplace is a significant issue across the country. If you believe you are being discriminated against at your job based solely on your sex, you need to take action right away, as you have rights afforded to you that protect you from this behavior. The following are some things you need to do as soon as you begin to notice a pattern of gender discrimination in your workplace: Read More»

Is SSD Different From SSI?

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Unless you have applied for Social Security Disability, or SSD, in recent years, you may not be familiar with how this form of entitlement program differs from Supplemental Security Income or SSI. People who work pay for Social Security with their taxes. People qualify for these benefits based on many different factors, including work history and earnings. Keep reading to learn more about SSD and how it is different from SSI, which is important to know if you are applying for benefits. Read More»