What every door service provider can do to proactively protect their business. As one of the most frequently retained automatic door injury experts in the country, I am routinely hired by plaintiff and defense attorneys. I am known as one of the most impartial experts in this field and have been requested by numerous service… Continue reading AUTOMATIC DOOR SERVICE PROVIDERS – How to Limit Your Liability
What is a fiduciary? The word fiduciary comes from the Latin fiduciarius, which means “hold in trust”, and derives from the Latin word fides, meaning “faith”. It is a legal relationship based on trust where one person, who is in a position of vulnerability, relies on the good faith of another, whose assistance, advice, and… Continue reading Fiduciary Responsibilities of Executors, Administrators, Trustees, and Guardians
People are often reluctant to disclose pre-existing conditions during a personal injury lawsuit. This is an understandable feeling given that the at-fault party’s insurance company may not want to pay out the claim willingly. They will be even less inclined to do so if they find out that a client failed to disclose pre-existing conditions.… Continue reading Can a Pre-Existing Condition Impact a Personal Injury Lawsuit?
Many auto accidents are considered “low-impact” and what this means is that there is only minor damage to the car and the accident occurred when the speed was less than ten miles per hour. Most of these happen when you are hit in the rear end and you and any passengers suffered back and/or neck… Continue reading Low-Impact Injuries – What to Do
It can be frustrating to have to wait for other people to offer you a lift to school or work and equally frustrating to have to stand at the bus stop for hours waiting for public transport. The demanding modern life has made cars a necessity and no longer a luxury. When you know how… Continue reading Driving Courses Designed for Your Requirements
Since late fall 2013 through the summer of 2014, 52,000 unaccompanied minors, mainly children from Central America, have flocked to our southern border with Mexico hoping to be allowed to remain in the United States. During this same period approximately 39,000 mothers accompanied by their young children have also flocked to our border setting up… Continue reading The Numbers on DACA Through the First Quarter of 2014
Copyright registration is automatic; your work, whether it is a novel, a photograph, an architectural drawing, or any other eligible type of intellectual property, is automatically protected by a copyright. And official US Copyright Office registration costs $35. So why would anyone ever want to pay for an official copyright registration? Let’s take a closer… Continue reading Copyright Registration: Why Wait?
Car accidents are on the rise all across the country everyday. Heavy traffic, winter weather and distracted driving can all lead to being involved in an accident. While many accidents are minor, some are serious and require extensive medical treatment. If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident, contact car… Continue reading Do You Need The Advice Of a Car Accident Lawyer?
The other day, I was having a conversation about copyright law, you see I am an online article author, and I produced a number of e-books, and before my stint as a writer, I was quite concerned with protecting our company operations manual from getting in the hands of competitors. I’ve been mildly successful at… Continue reading Can You Copyright a Fight Song or a School Motto?
Every time we turn around it seems as if there are more rules and regulations for businesses, especially in dealing with seniors. The regulators are tired of dealing with elder law abuses, and therefore they make more rules, and all these new regulations are taking their toll. Specifically, many of the disclosure documents delivered with… Continue reading Elder Law Lawsuits and Disclosure – Too Complicated and Unfair