Top Five Motorcycle Laws You Should Know

Millions of people across the globe own motorcycles. In the United States alone, the Department of Transportation reported more than 8 million registered motorcycles in 2011. Most motorcycle riders know the common rules that show up on the exams, but they aren’t aware of the less common rules. Here are five motorcycle laws that all…

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3 Main Components of a Medical Malpractice Case

A medical malpractice claim is a negligence claim brought against the caregiver such as doctors, nurses, or emergency medical technicians.  It applies to the individuals involved in your care.  While there are three main components to a medical malpractice case, a Medical Malpractice case consists of different elements that must be proven in any one…

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What is a Subrogation Claim and How Will it Affect My Settlement?

Steve Harrelson is a car accident lawyer Little Rock, AR trusts. “Subrogation claims,” says Harrelson, “are part of settling your claim and deciding who will get paid what amount.” So what is a subrogation claim? Subrogation generally occurs when one insurance company pays for damages or injuries, and they, in turn, make their own claim…

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When Should I File for Bankruptcy

Filing a bankruptcy is a personal decision.  There is no hard and fast rule as to when someone should file.  Having said that, there are many instances when an individual or a couple should file.  These instances include, among others, when filing will save your house from foreclosure, will save your car from being repossessed,…

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Three Common Office Injuries

Three common office injuries that occur often involve: 1) Lifting, 2) Twisting, and 3) Slipping/Falling. Here are some examples… LIFTING The first common office injury can occur when an individual is required to lift an object or a person while at work. Here is a real life example: Susan G. was a receptionist for ABC…

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