Daily Archives April 12, 2015

Drunk Driving: DUI or DWI it doesn’t matter

Drunk Driving: DUI or DWI it doesn’t matter

by: Stuart Simpson

You know it’s a problem to drink and drive. Drinking and driving is the most frequently committed crime. 115 people a day die from car accidents. Of that, 47 had been drinking. Most of the accidents occur between midnight and 3 am. 43% of the fatal accidents of drunk drivers happen on the weekend. Holidays always play an important role, too. New Year’s Day is number one at 67%. Fortunately, cars are getting safer and the statistics are slowing from early 1960’s levels.
You don’t have to be “drunk” to impair your driving skills. Most don’t appear “drunk” when they get behind the wheel. You have to allow time to “sober up” after drinking if you have to drive...

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Where to Get Legal Representation for Your Injury

Where to Get Legal Representation for Your Injury Claim

by: Granny’s Mettle

Nowadays, getting legal assistance and representation are so costly that many are finding other ways to look for cheap and sometimes “free” legal advice. The Internet is filled with online sources and legal websites that offer supposedly free legal counsel.
Quite a few sites actually, offer detailed analysis of situations most often for free, or sometimes for a minimal fee. Many of them entertain legal queries. However, the legal advice that you may get from these sites are not reliable, and most of the sites even have a disclaimer on the advice provided.
Nothing beats advice coming from a reputable and knowledgeable lawyer...

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Outsourcing in China: Five Basics for Reducing Ris

Outsourcing in China: Five Basics for Reducing Risk

by: Steve Dickinson

Many small and medium sized companies that engage in OEM manufacturing/outsourcing in China fail to take the steps necessary to protect themselves. When problems arise, they can do little or nothing to protect themselves because they have no legal basis for protection. The fact is that outsourcing disputes must be resolved in China, under the Chinese legal system. The Chinese legal system has improved greatly over the past ten years and taking a few basic legal steps can greatly reduce your risk. The cost of such protection is modest compared to the protection it will provide.
The following five basic steps will greatly reduce your problems with Chinese manufacturers, while improving your chances of recovering should a...

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Getting the Necessary Paperwork Ready

Getting the Necessary Paperwork Ready

by: Paul Hood

A good grasp of the inner workings of disability claim benefits will significantly increase claimant’s chances of having his request approved. Understanding the procedures as well as the criteria used in evaluating your claims is a must if you want to receive the benefit you rightfully deserve. It is next to impossible to win at something when you do not know the rules that apply. Of course it will be a lot in favor of the opposing team if they alone know the regulations in effect. Consider this, if you are not aware of what should be done, you will never know if the rules that should be applied is being followed at all. Remember that the people making decisions that will affect you are only human and prone to make mistakes.
The first p...

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Litigation Funding

Litigation Funding

by: Wensley McKenney

Litigation Funding offers financial resources to plaintiffs that are the victims of personal injury by the negligent acts of another. It is simple reality in the United States legal system that financial strength plays a significant role in the ultimate settlement or judgment amount of legal claims. Fortunately there are litigation funding companies like Global Financial (http://www.glofin.com) that offer funding services to Plaintiffs which can help level the playing field with deep pocketed defendants.
Litigation Funding is offered to plaintiffs with a legitimate legal claim, however, there are no credit checks or income verifications...

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