Transitioning to a civilian lifestyle can be hard if your adult life began in the military, and even harder if you're recovering from injuries or other conditions. Military service is filled with mishaps and hazardous situations that may seem manageable when you're younger, but as soon as you leave the high-paced or "get it done" nature of the service, many of those conditions can get in the way of any kind of work or pleasure.
A story involving blatant housing discrimination was covered by a major news operation in Columbus, Ohio recently. The landlord, who was recorded while talking on the phone, spouted very racist comments in regards to the type of people he wanted living in and working in his houses. Among many other horrific things, he said, "I need white tenants, that's my absolute stipulation." If housing discrimination were always this blatant, it would be easy to put an end to the problem.
One tactic abusive spouses use against their non-citizen mates is to threaten to have them deported if they file for divorce. Since many people who come to America after marrying their husbands or wives aren't fully aware of their rights, this causes them to remain in abusive situations longer than necessary. Despite what your spouse may claim, you can continue the citizenship process even after your marriage dissolves. Here's what you need to know to protect yourself.
Most pieces of advice concerning car accident claims focus on compensation for the injury, but injury damages are just part of the bigger picture. Among other things, you also need to be compensated for the physical damages inflicted on your properties. There are different categories of compensations for property damages; here are four examples:
Compensatory Damages for the car
This part of the compensation is meant to return your car to its pre-accident status.