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Ways To Protect Yourself From Getting Injured In A Car Accident

Driving a car on a highway can be dangerous and unpredictable. An accident is difficult to predict because there are so many factors involved, and anything can happen at any time. Most car accidents occur in the middle of nowhere without warning, so they are so frightening. Also, they may cause extensive damage to your vehicle or result in serious injuries to you and your passengers. If you wish to reduce your risk of being injured in... ❯❯❯

Why Retain a Personal Injury Attorney?

Someone without an attorney can easily handle some personal injury cases. Those cases are generally going to be minor injuries and few medical expenses. One of the scenarios that personal injury attorneys see frequently is a person who has a substantial injury claim trying to handle the case on their own and struggling. The General Rule  The more serious the injury and the higher the medical expenses, the more likely that a... ❯❯❯

Five Main Reasons to Hire a Chicago Construction Accident Lawyer

As you are aware, building project occupations are hazardous, and you may be involved in severe accidents due to the use of heavy machinery. Construction-related injuries have been on the rise in Chicago, which has resulted in many construction site owners experiencing difficulty with labor, severe injuries, and legal consequences. At that stage, you will need the services of a Chicago construction accident lawyer who will guide you... ❯❯❯

Can I get divorced by Agreement without Court?

Indeed, you can with an uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce is an easy way to get divorced in the State of Alabama. There are no court proceedings in most counties as long as you follow the proper procedures. Assuming you and your companion are in a complete agreement about the specifics, including property, children, and all other matters. What is an uncontested divorce and why do you not have to go to Court? An uncontested... ❯❯❯

Attorney Samuel Dewey Considers the Issue of Congress Versus the Executive: Who Controls the War Powers?

Rising tensions in eastern Europe have brought to the forefront the issue of who controls the war powers in the U.S. Federal Government.  As attorney Samuel Dewey explains, Congress has urged President Joe Biden to respect the Constitutionally-created separation of powers in all issues related to the military. But, what powers does each branch of the federal government possess on their own, and what powers are shared?  Here... ❯❯❯

What Happens if You Don't Answer the Door to a Process Server?

It is the right of every defendant or any other party involved in a lawsuit to be effectively brought to the book concerning crucial details of the case against them. A plaintiff does this by having a process server deliver the documents to the defendant on their behalf. Many people sometimes go to their extreme to avoid being physically served, hoping that they will somehow stall and cause the termination of the case. However, these... ❯❯❯

All You Need to Know About Selective Service Registration for Immigrants

If you're a male immigrant in the US, then you have probably heard about Selective Service Registration. So what is it, anyway? Are you required to sign up? And what will happen if you don't? This article contains everything you need to know about the Selective Service System. What is Selective Service Registration? Run by the Selective Service System, this “draft” does not necessarily mean you must assume military... ❯❯❯

What's Illegal in China: What You Can't Do (or Else You'll Get into Trouble)

China is a great country for visitors and expats. It’s a common knowledge that many websites are blocked in China. Many visitors to China have to search for some good VPNs working in China (or VPN软件 in Chinese) to unblock those sites. Recently there are some cases where Chinese citizens were fined for using VPNs in China. Foreigner's might need legal help in China... ❯❯❯