Daily Archives April 26, 2015

Houston Divorce Lawyer Answers Common Questions Ab

Houston Divorce Lawyer Answers Common Questions About Mediation

by: Marilyn Gale Vilyus

If you are reading this, then you are probably either thinking of filing for divorce — or have a feeling that your spouse may be filing for divorce — whether you want to separate or not.
One of the common questions that an individual going through the divorce process asks is “What is a Divorce Mediation?”
Mediation is a process which allows both you and your spouse to maintain control over your destiny and the terms of your divorce settlement. Both parties and attorneys attend either a four-hour or eight-hour mediation, depending on the complexity of your case.
Is the Mediator a Lawyer?
Although some mediators are social workers, most commonly the mediator is a lawyer who acts as a neutral person to hel...

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Personal Injury Lawyers

Personal Injury Lawyers

by: Maricon Williams

Personal injury occurs due to the recklessness and wantonness of others. Injuries like this can happen in a road accident, at the very workplace, due to medical malpractice, due to a defective product, due to a fall or a trip on a pavement, invasion of privacy and when you are a victim of a crime. The injury can be both psychological and physical. It covers physical injuries, emotional distress and mental suffering. The personal injury law includes the physical harm the individual may have and the suffering they undergo. Suffering covers emotional degradation that a person may have felt by reason of the personal injury. When it occurs, the victim is entitled to punitive and general damages...

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Getting Legal Help for an Asbestos Related Injury

Getting Legal Help for an Asbestos Related Injury

by: MesotheliomaFirms.com

Asbestos is a material that was widely used in a range of everyday items up until the late 1970s and early 1980s. Millions of people were exposed to this material on a daily basis, but those exposed to the highest levels were people that worked with asbestos in one form or another. The risks concerning asbestos related injury are now more widely recognized; however, in the past people that worked with asbestos were oblivious to the dangers of this substance...

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Could You Be A Scam Victim?

Could You Be A Scam Victim?

by: News Canada

1. Do you have a hectic lifestyle?
2. Could you use extra cash? Are you always on the lookout for a good deal?
3. Do you find it hard to say no to nice people?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, visit Industry Canada’s Consumer Connection Web site at http://consumer.ic.gc.ca and take ten minutes to do their Fraud quiz. Answer all of the questions on the Quiz and a computer program will calculate your score and give you relevant tips on how to avoid getting caught by consumer scams and fraud.
It is shockingly easy to become a victim of fraud. Because of this the Fraud Files was launched. This is a program that offers clips of real people talking about becoming victims of fraud, and techniques thieves used to get their money...

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Gathering The Required Data For Your Personal Inju

Gathering The Required Data For Your Personal Injury Case

by: Blur Lorena

You must be prepared before speaking with any of the insurance company’s representatives. Collect all important documents and evidences, including the photographs, police and medical reports, and statements of your witnesses. Take notes of important details and review the policies given by the company. Do not say anything that will cause your claim to be denied. Examine every photograph; they might see an angle that may be turned against you.
Return to the scene or the place where the accident happened. You might find more evidence. Photograph anything that will help you win your case. Capture every angle. This will not only provide you evidence, it will also help you remember events or things...

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