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Protecting Yourself Against Large Drilling Companies

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The oil and gas sector is a multi-billion dollar industry. Consequently, when land owners discover that their property is a prime location for a drill site, it’s easy to believe you’ve hit the jackpot. However, this isn’t always the case. The big businesses that operate these drill sites don’t always have your best interest in mind. Some landowners regretfully discover that they end with little to no profits from operating a drill site on their property. An oil and gas attorney can help you avoid this type of scenario....

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Four Tips On Traits Your Should Avoid In A Personal Injury Lawyer

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When you’re looking around for a good lawyer for your personal injury case, there are some things you should look out for to avoid being taken advantage of. Often, there is a lot of money in personal injury cases, and some attorneys will try to take advantage of this by maximizing their fees and profits at the client’s expense. Make sure you find a trustworthy and dedicated legal professional to represent you in your personal injury case by keeping the following tips in mind: 1. Be suspicious of lawyers claiming to know exactly...

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4 Tips For Filing A Medical Malpractice Claim

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Medical malpractice cases are complex and one of the most difficult personal injury cases to prove. Depending on the facts of your case, your case could be beaten in the early stages. To improve your chances of winning your case, there are things you can do.  Take Action Immediately The longer you take to file your medical malpractice claim, the greater the chance is that your case will be dropped in the early stages. Medical malpractice claims are subject to statute of limitations laws. The amount of time that you have to file your...

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4 Divorce Pitfalls You Must Avoid At All Costs

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According to statistics, somewhere close to 50 percent of all marriages fail and end in divorce. Even when a marriage appears to be a match made in heaven, you might find yourself in divorce court. Because of this, you need to be sure that you understand the process and take advantage of some practical advice. Sometimes, knowing what not to do is just as important as knowing what to do when it comes to going to family court. If you want to learn from others and avoid some costly mistakes, read this guide so you can steer clear of the...

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Why You Should Hire A Lawyer For Protection When Purchasing A Home

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A lot of people do not hire real estate attorneys when purchasing homes; however, hiring one might be a good idea for you. When you buy a home without an attorney, you will not have anyone looking out for your best interests. This could lead to problems, including the problem of backing out of the contract if you learn something negative about the house you are about to purchase: Problems You Might Encounter As you begin the home buying process, signing a purchase agreement is usually the first step after finding the house you want to buy....

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Three Things You Should Check Before Leaving The Bar To Avoid A DUI

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The legal blood alcohol content for drivers in most states is quite low. This means that it’s possible to be legally drunk even if you don’t feel drunk yourself. To be clear, it is always a good idea to get someone else who has not been drinking to drive you home if you have had any alcohol at all. But if you must drive home yourself and you are unsure about how you will look and sound in the event you are pulled over, here are three quick tests you can try to find out. A word of caution: passing these tests does not guarantee you...

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Do You Need A Lawyer To File An Uncontested Divorce?

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While everyone who has walked down the aisle and said “I do” meant that they would stay with their partner ’til death do they part, sometimes things happen that make that impossible. Perhaps your spouse had an affair or a drug addiction, maybe they were abusive, and maybe you just realized that you weren’t compatible. If both parties agree that the marriage is over and they can agree to the terms of the divorce, there is no reason to battle it out in court. Amicable divorces cost far less than a contested divorce. When...

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Are You Ready To Speak Out? 3 Surprising Obstacles You Might Face As A Whistleblower

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If you’re aware of misdeeds, fraud or criminal activities performed by your superiors at work, you might feel inclined to blow the top off your company by alerting the media or local officials. Oftentimes, people think that whistleblowers are met with success and recognition for their bravery. However, most whistleblowers aren’t overnight news sensations. Most fight for years to be heard and suffer greatly because they spoke up. Legal red tape, distrust and lack of popular support can make whistleblowing a nightmare. Therefore,...

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Want To Sell Your Structured Settlement? Why You Need To Hang Onto Your Personal Injury Attorney

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Now that your personal injury attorney has helped you obtain a great settlement, you might be wondering how you can get a lump sum instead of a structured settlement. Many personal injury cases end with a structured settlement because it helps the defendant come up with the money over time, and it helps the victim obtain a steady income stream. However, you can sell your structured settlement and get a lump sum amount as long as you have your attorney by your side to prevent you from making these mistakes: Mistake #1: Selling to the Highest...

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Public Humiliation: How Character Assassination Falls Under The Jurisdiction Of Personal Injury

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People who believe themselves to be of good character and strive to be good parents, good citizens, etc., are the most damaged by nasty rumors. Although the law typically classifies these personal and verbal injuries as libel or defamation of character, very few attorneys are willing to take on such cases. Because of Americans’ right to free speech, anyone can say any nasty thing they like about someone and not fear retribution. However, when the maligned feel as though they cannot walk about their neighborhoods without being...

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