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COVID-19 Quarantines Are Leading to More Domestic Abuse Accusations, Murder Charges

COVID-19 Quarantines Are Leading to More Domestic Abuse Accusations, Murder Charges

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Americans are experiencing radical changes in their lives as city, county and state-level politicians continue to order more people to quarantine in their homes amid the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. While the quarantine will help flatt...
Recently Filed COVID-19 Business Insurance Cases Signal the Start of Coverage Litigation

Recently Filed COVID-19 Business Insurance Cases Signal the Start of Coverage Litigation

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With a record number of Americans filing for unemployment (about 3.3m) amid the COVID-19 crisis, the economic fallout is beginning to be felt by employers and employees alike. Now more than ever, business owners should be analyzing their fi...
Domestic Violence Cases Expected to Rise as COVID-19 Quarantine Continues

Domestic Violence Cases Expected to Rise as COVID-19 Quarantine Continues

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The novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is spreading fast, leading to a state-wide shelter-in-place in an attempt to contain the virus. While quarantine and isolation will help fight COVID-19, it is leading to a rise in a preventabl...
Important Takeaways from the Family First Coronavirus Response Act

Important Takeaways from the Family First Coronavirus Response Act

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On Wednesday March 18th, President Trump passed the first set of employment laws in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The Family First Coronavirus Response Act is comprised of the FMLA Expansion Act and Federal Paid Sick Leave Act. Both...
Business Interruption Insurance, COVID-19: What Does It Mean to Small Businesses Everywhere?

Business Interruption Insurance, COVID-19: What Does It Mean to Small Businesses Everywhere?

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There is no question the coronavirus will have lasting impacts upon just about every aspect of our lives—health and safety, social, emotional, and economic.  This virus may likely be our generation’s defining moment that we...
Penalties for theft increase in severity during COVID-19 disaster declaration

Penalties for theft increase in severity during COVID-19 disaster declaration

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In response to the global pandemic of COVID-19, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has declared a state of disaster for the Lone Star State. According to Abbott’s office, there are more than 30 confirmed cases of COVID-19, also known as the coron...
DWIs are bad enough. They get exponentially worse if a child is involved

DWIs are bad enough. They get exponentially worse if a child is involved

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If you’re a parent, your number one priority is to ensure the safety of your child. If you receive a driving while intoxicated charge and your child is in the vehicle, there is a good chance that you are failing this priority. In Pfl...
Texas Governor Declares Public Health Disaster for the First Time in More Than 100 Years

Texas Governor Declares Public Health Disaster for the First Time in More Than 100 Years

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For the first time since 1901, the governor of Texas has issued a public health disaster for the entire state. Gov. Greg Abbott made the declaration on Thursday. It goes in effect today, March 20, and will end at midnight on April 3. The ex...
Man who was beaten by undercover law enforcement may have his case heard before the Supreme Court

Man who was beaten by undercover law enforcement may have his case heard before the Supreme Court

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It’s been six years since James King was heinously attacked by two undercover officers in Grand Rapids, Michigan and he has still not received justice. At the time of the attack, a local police detective and an FBI agent were working ...
Study Reveals Maritime Injuries Cost Industry More Than $85 Million Over Six Years

Study Reveals Maritime Injuries Cost Industry More Than $85 Million Over Six Years

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You’re out at sea, surrounded by pristine water as you hustle around the cruise ship’s freezer. You bend your knees and lift, retrieving the box of frozen crabs to be served to the hundreds of guests drinking and enjoying their ...
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