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What To Do After a Bicycle Accident in California

What To Do After a Bicycle Accident in California

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Bicycle accidents are happening at alarming rates across the country. Since 2009, traffic accidents involving cyclists have been increasing across the nation. In California, bicycle fatalities have increased nearly 7 percent, from 145 in 20...
Houston Woman Charged for Million-Dollar Payroll Protection Program Fraudulent Scheme

Houston Woman Charged for Million-Dollar Payroll Protection Program Fraudulent Scheme

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United States Attorney Ryan K. Patrick of the Southern District of Texas, along with the Interim Assistant Attorney General Brian Rabbitt of the Department of Justice – Criminal Division, announced the charges made against a Texas wom...
What Happens If You re a Victim of a Drunk Driving Accident

What Happens If You re a Victim of a Drunk Driving Accident

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Drunk driving is an epidemic throughout the United States. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, each day, nearly 30 people die in drunk driving crashes, which equates to one person every 50 minutes, or more than ...
The US is Experiencing a Spike in Deadly Car Related Accidents During the Pandemic Lockdown

The US is Experiencing a Spike in Deadly Car Related Accidents During the Pandemic Lockdown

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Although the novel Coronavirus has led to less drivers on the road as a result of stay-at-home orders, newly released data indicates that the emptier roads are actually leading to more dangerous traffic accidents. Experiencing a traffic or ...
Understanding the Litigation Behind Mesothelioma Settlements

Understanding the Litigation Behind Mesothelioma Settlements

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A person filing a mesothelioma lawsuit does not want the process to be lengthy or drawn-out. Whether you take your mesothelioma case to court or settled, the sooner you are compensated for your medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wa...
How to Protect Your Business Interests in a Divorce

How to Protect Your Business Interests in a Divorce

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For couples that own a business, it is often one of the largest assets in the marital estate. How does a person protect business interests in a divorce? Even a business started by one spouse prior to the marriage may still be seen as commun...
Federal Agents Solicit Sexual Services from Alleged Victims While Undercover

Federal Agents Solicit Sexual Services from Alleged Victims While Undercover

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U.S. Federal agents solicited sexual acts from alleged victims of human trafficking which led to charges of prostitution and the women’s arrests.  In essence, the women they were trying to protect, ended up in trouble with the la...
What Victims of Lung Cancer and Mesothelioma Need to Know About Coronavirus

What Victims of Lung Cancer and Mesothelioma Need to Know About Coronavirus

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Last updated May. 27, 2020 The uncertainty of the global coronavirus pandemic is stressful all on its own, but for many people, there’s another health concern on their minds — lung cancer and malignant mesothelioma. Lung cancer...
Partnerships in Houston Aim to Help Domestic Violence Victims During Pandemic

Partnerships in Houston Aim to Help Domestic Violence Victims During Pandemic

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As people continue to remain home during the quarantine to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, victims of domestic violence and human trafficking are finding it harder to escape their abuser. Public health advocates and Houston city lea...
Is a DUI a Felony in Georgia?

Is a DUI a Felony in Georgia?

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In the state of Georgia, a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) charge can be classified as a misdemeanor or a felony, both of which, will stay on your record for life, if convicted. If the charge is considered a felony, it has substantially m...
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