Tips That Will Help You Deal With The DUI Charge That You Have Been Handed

Posted on: 15 November 2017

If you recently attended a backyard barbecue and consumed one alcoholic beverage before heading home and were stopped at a random checkpoint, resulting in being charge with driving under the influence, you are likely confused about the incident and fear that you will be found guilty of the charge. Driving under the influence can have serious repercussions that could affect your livelihood, job, and finances. Use the tips below to deal with the charge that you have been handed.
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What To Do If You Receive Notice Of An Accident With A Vehicle You Sold

Posted on: 18 October 2017

It happens more often than it probably should. A person sells a vehicle to another individual, and some time later the seller receives a notice that the car or truck was involved in an accident. This occurs because the new owner failed to register the vehicle in his or her name, so the old owner is being held liable for the incident. If this has happened to you, here is what you can do to extricate yourself.
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2 Reasons To Hire A Dog Bite Attorney

Posted on: 26 September 2017

A dog bite attorney is often going to be your best friend and most useful resource in the event that your dog has managed to bite someone, mostly due to the many ways in which they can protect your dog's life and your finances. Listed below are two reasons to hire a dog bite attorney. They Can Help You Avoid Massive Financial Penalties A major reason to hire a dog bite attorney is that they can help you avoid massive financial penalties as a result of the bite.
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Personal Injury on a Public Street: What to Do When Somebody Hits You

Posted on: 10 April 2017

If you are riding a bike down a city street, or just taking a walk, and somebody forcefully bumps into you or hits you such that you are injured, you may be wondering what to do next. If you have a phone, be sure to call the police for help. If anything was stolen from you in the process, definitely call the police. Here are a few other guidelines and tips regarding this type of personal injury.
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