The Look Of Guilt: Online Mugshots And You

Posted on: 15 March 2017

It's become a major facet of researching someone's background, be it a potential employee, a date or a new nanny. Simply plug in a name, and watch Google or another search engine spit out the results. Unfortunately, what often pops up near the top of the results can be deceiving, particularly when it appears that the object of your search is shown in a mugshot. For many, just a look at the mugshot and the alleged crime is enough, but how fair of an evaluation is that?
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7 Immediate Symptoms Of Birth Injury Every New Parent Must Know

Posted on: 11 March 2017

Welcoming a new baby is one of the most exciting times in your life and you expect that child to be taken care of particularly well and carefully throughout the birth. Unfortunately, of every 1,000 births that occur in the United States, between six and eight of those births will include a birth injury. This can be a new parent's worst fear and you should be able to recognize some of the symptoms even if the medical personnel around you does not let you know.
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Thumbs Down: Why You Should Avoid Using Social Media During Your Personal Injury Case

Posted on: 7 February 2017

According to a recent Pew Internet report, approximately 7 out of 10 Americans use social media to share their thoughts, photos and feelings with one another. In an ongoing personal injury lawsuit, however, the things you post on social media could be used against you in your case. The following explains how using social media could inadvertently work against your claim, including what to specifically look out for when it comes to using social media.
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Worker's Comp Cases: 3 Ways to Help Cut Fees and Get the Legal Help You Need

Posted on: 14 December 2016

One of the biggest issues that arises with a worker's comp case is money. When you are out of work and struggling to get the compensation that you deserve, it can be very challenging to spend any type of extra money on different services and extra things. When you are getting legal help for your worker's comp, it's important to understand the extra costs that can come along with this. This will help you manage the extra amounts that you have to pay and allow you to get the full benefits of services without paying anything out of pocket.
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