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3 Great Qualities to Look for in a Patent Lawyer

There is no doubt that the patent application process is difficult. It takes a lot of time and effort. It does not even guarantee approval. Even if you feel like you have done everything to get the elusive approval, you might still end up with rejection. The process will be ...

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Make Sure Your Family Is Taken Care of by Writing a Will

Nobody likes to think about his or her own death, nor do many people want to consider what will happen to their belongings after they pass. It is very important, however, to give these things careful consideration while you are still healthy. When a person passes without a will, it ...

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Burns, Scars and Damage: Laser Hair Removal Lawsuits

In 2013, there was a reported increase in the number of patients filing lawsuits against cosmetic clinics and companies after getting scars, burns, and other wounds from failed laser surgeries. In that year, there were 175 cases related to laser treatments, and the number has remained steady since then. In ...

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Do You Need a Solicitor to Defend You for a Road Traffic Offence?

If you get in trouble whilst driving, you need to turn to a solicitor who specialises in the area of road traffic defence. A wide range of road traffic laws fall under this area. Some of the offences that a road traffic solicitor handles include the following: Road traffic offences ...

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The UK’s Personal Injury Arena: Separating Fact from Fiction and How to Hire a Good Lawyer

If you had any misgivings about the prevalence and seriousness of personal injury situations in today’s day and age, you should take a close look the facts and figures shown below for some perspective: Within the UK, an individual is injured by a third-party actor about once every eight hours ...

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About Elder Abuses and Their Legal Aids in the USA

Who can be defined as an elderly man in the US? Well, this differs from one state to the other. In Florida and California, anyone exceeding 65 is called an elderly citizen. Again, in Massachusetts, Illinois and New York, anyone exceeding 60 can be called an elder. Just like a ...

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Understanding the Permanent Criminal Record DUI Consequences

If you were to ask most people about the issues associated with being arrested for DUI, they will likely talk about the immediate possibilities. Being convicted of DUI could result in having your drivers license taken away temporarily, a fine, spending time in jail, alcohol classes or community service hours. ...

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DIVORCE PROCEEDINGS

Often times, divorce is the last option available to a couple when there are contending issues in the marriage. The challenge in taking this decision is that dissolving a marriage is usually not the simplest of tasks. Assets, child custody, alimony and child support are all factors which must be ...

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Full Coverage May Not Mean What You Think, For Personal Injury Coverage

When you take out an insurance policy, there are terms that get thrown around like there is a common consensus about what they mean. When someone tells you that you have “full coverage,” you would assume that means that you have the coverage to ensure that no matter what happens, ...

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