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Let’s Get Started: Meeting Your New Personal Injury Attorney

Your recent accident may have left you hurt and confused, but a meeting with a car accident lawyer will have you feeling better in no time. To get the most out of that important first meeting you should show up prepared. Read on to find out what to bring to the meeting and what questions to expect from your new lawyer. Gather the following pieces of information, make copies, and take them with you to your appointment. Read More 

Discrimination And Housing Options: Know Your Rights

Every citizen in the United States is entitled to certain rights. These rights, often referred to as civil rights, protect people against discrimination. When it comes to finding a new home to rent, it's important that you know your civil rights so that you will recognize when you are being denied access to a property in violation of your civil rights. Landlords are required to give everyone a fair opportunity at qualifying for rental properties, and they cannot use the following reasons as a basis for denial of occupancy. Read More 

Facing Your First DUI? What You Need To Know

Are you facing your first ever DUI? If so, it will be a very scary situation for you. You most likely have questions and concerns about what kind of penalties and fines you could be responsible for, and if you need professional help to get you through the ordeal. While every DUI case is unique in its own way, here are some key detailed you should know about how you will be treated as a first time offender. Read More 

3 Tips To Keep In Mind After Being Involved In An Auto Accident

Being in a car accident can really throw you for a loop. Even if you don't get physically injured, you can still feel out of sorts during the immediate aftermath. After all, nobody ever expects this to happen to them. But even if you are feeling a little woozy, it is critically important that you try and keep your wits about you as much as possible while interacting with the other driver following the wreck. Read More 

3 Ways To Watch Out For Nursing Home Neglect

If you have a loved one that is in a nursing home, you need to make sure that you visit them and keep an eye on their care. You also need to make sure that you are aware of the signs of nursing home neglect, so you can take action if you suspect that your loved one is not being taken care of properly. This is extremely important because often your loved one will not have the capacity to stand up for themselves when they are in a nursing home, so it is up to you to make sure that they are being taken care of properly, and to stand up for them when they are not. Read More