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  • What You Should Ask Colleges About Learning Disability Accomodations

    If you have a learning disability and wish to attend college, one thing you need to consider are the accommodations provided by different universities. You should consider visiting different campuses to see what is available to accommodate your particular needs. By law, universities are required to accommodate students with learning disabilities, so stop by the office of disability services and ask the following questions: What Accommodations Are Offered To Students?
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  • Food Poisoning and Allergic Reactions at Daycare: Can You Sue?

    When you leave your child at daycare, you are entrusting the daycare facility with your child's health and well-being. If your child experiences a severe food poisoning or allergic reaction, this is a big potential negligence on their part. Here are some suggestions on evaluating what legal actions to take. What Are the Potential Health Complications? Food poisoning is no joke, especially for young children. The bacteria from food poisoning can linger for years and have deleterious effects on health.
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  • What to Do If You Are a Passenger in a Car Accident

    If you were in a car accident and suffered injuries, but your friend was driving, you might be wondering where to turn for compensation. Because the process for compensation as an auto accident passenger can be a little convoluted, here are some guidelines for who to approach.  When the Other Party Is at Fault If the other driver was at fault for the car accident, then you and your friend can cooperate to file a joint insurance claim against them.
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  • How A Personal Injury Attorney Can Help You

    Have you recently been injured in an accident? Are you finding it difficult to convince the insurance company to compensate you for your losses? Unfortunately for you, it's in an insurance company's best interests to try to get away with paying as little as possible for each accident or injury case. Obviously, this is not in your best interests at all. In order to make sure that you get the money that you deserve, you'll likely have to hire a personal injury attorney to take your case.
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  • Three Things To Know Before Going To Your Child Custody Hearing

    Getting divorced can be a stressful situation. Even more stressful and challenging, however, is trying to ensure you have custody of your children once the divorce is all said and done. If you are preparing for a child custody hearing, here are three things you should know beforehand.  Know the Kinds of Questions the Judge Will Ask The whole point of a child custody hearing is so that a judge can determine which kind of custody arrangement (sole or joint) is in the best interest of the child or children involved.
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