Daily Archives April 6, 2015

Know Your Rights When Investing In A Mortgage

Know Your Rights When Investing In A Mortgage

by: News Canada

(NC)-Investing money in a private mortgage for attractive returns has its merits and its risks. This type of investment is one in which a person lends money to a borrower who pledges real estate as security for the loan. These types of mortgage investments may be arranged through a Mortgage Broker.
All Mortgage Brokers in the province of Ontario are required to be registered with the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO), an agency of the Ministry of Finance.
Do business only with a licensed Mortgage Broker. Confirm that the broker you are dealing with is qualified and registered by visiting FSCO’s website: www.fsco.gov.on.ca, or by calling (416) 226-7776.
Mortgage Brokers must give you full information
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California – What happens when you get a DUI?

California – What happens when you get a DUI?

by: H. Gillogly

This is one of the most common questions asked to DUI lawyers. When you ask lawyers this question, you do not always get straight answers because every circumstance is different. According to DUI.com the most common penalties are as followed.

$1200 fine
3 years probation
3-5 days sheriff work alternative program
4 months suspended license
First offender school

When a driver in the state of California is arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol their driver’s license is immediately confiscated by the police and then served with the DMV’s ‘Notice of Suspension’. This will formally suspend their license, provide temporary driving privileges for 30 days and will also explain some aspects of the applicable law...

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Securing Evidence In Winning Defective Product Cas

Securing Evidence In Winning Defective Product Cases

by: Maui Reyes

Oftentimes when people get into accidents that involve defective products (such as car accidents), they get into shock and delay filing a case. While it is understandable that certain personal injuries can cause you to not file a case right away, you must remember that the company whom you plan to sue is already one, if not two, steps ahead of you.
To start, call an experienced products liability lawyer for advice and to schedule an immediate appointment—he should help you in securing all the evidence needed for the trial. The preservation of evidence is crucial, since this will greatly help—if not determine—the success of your case.
If the product was not yours, offer to purchase the wrecked or malfunctioning articl...

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School Bus Mishaps

School Bus Mishaps

by: Paul Hood

Buses are a fairly safe mode of transportation. However, they can be very dangerous if they are involved in an accident.
Bus accidents often result in serious injuries and even death. Factors that contribute to these accidents are driver negligence, inadequate security, dangerous roadways, weather conditions, defective products and improper maintenance, among others.
According to the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, based on information from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there are less than 300 fatal bus accidents in an average year. Of those, about 30% involve transit buses and 40% involve school buses...

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How to Make a Better SSI Case

How to Make a Better SSI Case

by: Lala Balattan

It is not actually that a person’s disability claim is not believable enough or substantial enough that causes denied applications for the Social Security Disability or the Supplemental Security Income benefits. Represented or not, with undisputable medical records or not, seventy percent (70%) of all disability claims are denied at applications. Does this mean that, it really makes no difference whether you present a substantial claim or not? Of course not!
It simply means that you have to possess more analysis and should insist to learn more about the workings, procedures and especially the approval system of the SSD and SSI Programs...

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