Can You Negotiate Your Own Auto Accident Settlement? 3 Tips To Get You Started

Posted on: 10 March 2015

After a car accident, recouping the money that you have to spend on repairing your car or paying for doctors and medical treatments becomes a high priority. This is the reason why so many people hire attorneys to help them collect a settlement after an accident. However, not all accidents are the same. While the money that you lose due to a minor fender bender might be a significant amount for you, it may not amount to enough for you to also want to pay attorney fees.
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Could A Personal Breathalyzer Help You Avoid A DUI Conviction?

Posted on: 23 February 2015

Drunk driving remains a serious problem in the United States. In 2012, 10,322 people died in alcohol-impaired accidents, so it's unsurprising that law officials continue to clamp down on people who decide to drink and drive. Of course, the easiest way to avoid a DUI arrest is to stick to soft drinks before driving, but drinkers are increasingly turning to technology to help them stay under the limit. Learn more about personal breathalyzers, and find out if these new devices can really help you avoid a conviction.
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5 Things To Think About Before Requesting A Paternity Test

Posted on: 9 February 2015

If a significant other from your past comes forward and tells you that she has a child that may be yours, you will most likely be confused, hurt, and angry. Emotionally, it is not the best to make decisions immediately after you receive this news, but in order to ensure your legal rights as a father, you may have to start making decisions sooner than you would like. Some of the decisions you will have to make involve whether you will want to legally establish your paternity, and whether you will request a paternity test before doing so.
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Make Sure You Understand Patent Law

Posted on: 20 February 2014

When you put the time into developing a new idea, it is only fair to get credit for your efforts. Any school child understands this idea. Most if not all students have the experience of working in a group where certain people put out the effort to complete the assignment and others don't. Students who work hard to complete an assignment get resentful when others benefit from their efforts without putting forth efforts of their own.
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