Legal Guide

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Top Ten Things To Look For In A Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Attorney

Being injured is no fun. Not knowing where to turn, who to trust, and what to do about your medical bills is frustrating. Most people will never need a malpractice lawyer. That's good. Most people will never need a personal injury lawyer, and that's good too. But there are folks who do get injured because of someone else's fault, and they're the ones who DO need an attorney. Maybe you know of a... ❯❯❯

Should You Create a Power of Attorney?

There are some few exceptions as the right to get married or vote. As an individual and principal you can grant unlimited power known as a general power of attorney. The attorney-in-fact generally can only carry out an action if the individual and principal can exercise the same power. This stops the attorney-in-fact from acting when the principal is incapacitated. If an individual is unable to... ❯❯❯

Full Disclosure for All Lawyers

It seems like Lawyers are always in the news for some unethical behavior. But this should not be surprising as Male Lawyers are seven times more likely to cheat on their wives with another woman or Man than the average American. Since we have lawyers abusing the law so often yet pretend to be upholding it in some helpful way, we need more disclosure. We should demand phone records, financial... ❯❯❯

Finding Medical Malpractice Lawyers

Finding effective medical malpractice lawyers to handle your case completely and thoroughly may seem like a difficult thing to do. Many of the lawyers that you come across, will not seem that high in quality. Or, you may be shocked to learn that they have many cases on their plate and may not have enough time to take care of your needs as well. So, finding a medical malpractice lawyers that are... ❯❯❯

Intellectual Property Law: Community Trade Marks - Registration - Grounds for Refusal

In the case of CeWe Color AG and Co v Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market (Trade Marks and Designs) (T-178/03 and T-179/03), the Court of First Instance rejected CeWe's trade mark applications on the grounds that the marks were merely descriptive and lacked distinctiveness. In 2001, CeWe applied for registration of the Community Trade Marks for the names DIGIFILM and DIGIFILMMAKER in... ❯❯❯

Questions to Ask Your Lawyer

When looking for a lawyer to handle a personal legal matter, you can usually find one by contacting the local bar association or an attorney referral service in your area. If those don’t pan out, try the state bar association or word-of-mouth recommendations from satisfied friends, family members, or coworkers. After getting the names of two or three attorneys that specialize in the area for... ❯❯❯

Where's An Attorney When You Need One?

Many of us like to think we’ll live forever. Or at least we act that way, never giving thought to the necessary preparations for dying or the possibility of having an accident or becoming a victim to someone else’s negligence. So when these things happen or become imminent, we suddenly are forced to scramble in search of legal advice or assistance. That’s why it helps to have the name of a... ❯❯❯

Understanding Lemon Law

A lemon law is a type of law that protects consumers from getting bad products, in this case, vehicles. In the United States, each of the states has its own form of lemon law. Each state regulates how much is to be provided as well as what standards each vehicle must be sold under. In basic terms, if the manufacturer says that the vehicle runs well and it doesn’t, then they are in violation of... ❯❯❯

What Does A Criminal Attorney Do?

A criminal attorney basically represents someone accused of a crime in court. Let me give you a little background before explaining what it is exactly that a criminal attorney does. Sometimes the law allows a person to use physical force against another, whether it is in self-defense or the protection of another, or even to protect one’s property, these are all acceptable uses of self-defense.... ❯❯❯

The Basics of Divorce Law – Child Support

According to Meislik & Levavy, the underlying principle behind child support is that “children of divorced parents have a right to be supported in accordance with the standard of living they had during their parent’s marriage. The amount is based upon what an intact family with a certain level of income would spend for their child.” How do courts determine how much you pay in child support?... ❯❯❯