Do lawyers need media training?

As the world increasingly relies on the Internet and Internet-connected devices to communicate, it is important for lawyers to be comfortable with social media. With the accessibility of all types of media coverage today, even those lawyers who are rarely on camera or in the news should be knowledgeable of social media. Every lawyer should…

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3 Common Problems When Buying a Home

Shopping for a new home is exciting, but it can quickly become frustrating when it doesn’t go your way. When the bank pre-approves you for less than you wanted to spend, when someone else makes a higher offer on your dream home and you lose out, or when the inspector finds something concerning during the…

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5 Ways to Prove Emotional Distress

Emotional distress can be a difficult thing to prove. By nature, it doesn’t leave a lasting mark, and there is no simple test to prove that it exists. However, there are ways to help prove that an individual is suffering from emotional distress, and may be deserving of compensation. The five methods below can play…

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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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