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Taking Up Bike Riding? 5 Ways To Avoid Accidents

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Have you decided to take up bike riding? Riding a bike is an excellent way to stay healthy. Most cities have bike paths dedicated to cyclists, which help protect you while you’re out riding. Unfortunately, even with dedicated bike paths, motorists don’t always see you as clearly as they should. To prevent accidents, you should familiarize yourself with the types of accidents you might encounter while riding your bike. Intersection Accidents You’re riding down the street and you see a car approaching the intersection from the...

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Tips For When To Call An Accident Attorney

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Even if you never thought you would be someone to bring a lawsuit to court, there comes a time after an injury takes place where you might have to say that enough is enough. If you are still on the fence about calling an accident attorney, you might want to take a moment to review the following times when you might find out that you do not want to wait any longer for legal help. An Attorney Is Calling You This is not an attorney that works for you. This is the attorney that works for the person or company that is at fault for your injuries....

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3 Stages Of The SSDI Appeals Process

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Have you been denied Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits? If so, don’t fret because you still have several chances to repeal this decision. There are three stages of appeals that can be used before you exhaust the SSDI appeals process. Stage 1: Request for Reconsideration After receiving a denial letter from the Social Security Administration (SSA), you can file a “Request for Reconsideration” form within 60 days in most states. Although some people file this form on their own, you may want to hire a lawyer...

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Buying Time: Is It Possible To Extend The Statute Of Limitation For Medical Malpractice Suits?

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If you’re injured during medical treatment, you only have a certain amount of time to file a lawsuit for damages. Known as the statute of limitations, you will have anywhere from two to ten years to bring a case before the court. Typically you are barred from filing suit if you miss the deadline, but you may be granted an extension in certain circumstances. Discovery Clause In general, the countdown for the statute of limitations begins the day the medical malpractice occurred. For example, if you are misdiagnosed and suffer an injury...

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Can You Be Held Liable For Fixing A Product After It Has Caused Injury?

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If you’re the manufacturer or seller of a product that has recently caused injury to someone, you may be worried about limiting your potential liability in this specific case. However, if this injury was due to a product defect or flaw, you are likely also concerned about how you can recall or re-engineer this product to avoid similar complaints or lawsuits. Can evidence that you changed the design of a product after it caused injury be admitted against you in a product liability lawsuit? Read on to learn more about how these types of...

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Defending Against Ignition Interlock Device Requirements

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There are many consequences that stem from being convicted of a DUI or DWI. One of those repercussions is that the court may require that you install an ignition interlock device (IID) in your vehicle. This device prevents your vehicle from starting if it detects alcohol on your breath. An IID can have a significant negative impact on your life, particularly if there are false positives. Here are a couple of ways you can minimize the risk of having to put this device in your vehicle. The Law and IIDs Whether or not you’ll be required to...

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3 Benefits Of Filing For Bankruptcy Before Your Foreclosure

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If you’re counting down the days waiting for the foreclosure papers to arrive in the mail, you may also be contemplating filing for bankruptcy. The big question is whether you should go ahead and file for bankruptcy now, or if you should wait until after the bank begins the foreclosure proceedings. Here are three benefits of filing for bankruptcy before the foreclosure begins. Automatic Stay As soon as you file for bankruptcy, the bankruptcy court will issue an automatic stay. This is something that prevents creditors from proceeding...

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What You Need To Know About Damages In A Personal Injury Suit

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If you file a personal injury suit, you might be hoping for a good deal of money in the settlement. It is common to get a good amount of money in damages, but many times it is not as much as you would have hoped for. This is why it is important to be realistic about your personal injury lawsuit and the outcome. Here are some reasons why you wouldn’t get as much money as you would like. 1. You Have To Prove Damages Every cent that you ask for in damages has to have proof. This means that you cannot throw out a number and think that the...

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4 Things To Know About Getting Out Of Jail With Bail

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If you have been incarcerated, the first thing on your mind will be getting out of jail. This can be a complex process and one that demands the attention of a criminal defense attorney, like from Marberry Law Firm, P.C. You may be required to put up a specified amount of money to get out quicker. This money is referred to as bail, and if you are in this situation, there are certain things you should know. Who Determines Bail? The judge over the jurisdiction where you incarcerated will set the amount of bail that is required to get you out of...

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Is Collaborative Divorce Right For You?

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If you are approaching getting divorced, you may want to consider collaborative divorce as one of your options if you and your spouse are capable of working together. Collaborative divorce is similar to mediation. Continue reading to learn more about collaborative divorce and whether or not it is right for you. Collaborative Divorce is Not a Quick End to Marriage Collaborative divorce is a process that requires both parties to work together and be respectful. It doesn’t begin with divorce papers or end when the divorce is finalized. It...

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