Archive for May, 2016

Bailed out Bondsmen to the rescue

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If you or someone you know lands in jail, it’s important that you know your rights. The Eighth Amendment to our U.S. Constitution protects citizens from excessive bail shall, excessive fines and cruel and unusual punishment. This amendment essentially prohibits the federal government from imposing excessively harsh penalties on criminal defendants, either as the cost for bail or as punishment for a crime after a conviction. A bail bondsman can help defendants through the process and out of the slammer until trial.
What exactly is a bail bondsman?
Bond is the amount of money the court decides to set to ensure the defendant will return to court. The bondsman pays this amount and is responsible for further ensuring the accused returns to court. The approximately 14,000 Read more ...

Types and Examples of Personal Injury Claims

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There are several different types of personal injury cases, but the two most common personal injury claims involve either car accidents or some form of medical malpractice. These cases can range from (comparatively) minor injuries to life-changing difficulties. Here are some facts and examples of these two types of personal injury claims.

Car Accidents and Examples

Facts: There is a person injured in a drunk driving crash every two minutes. These injuries could involve small cuts and bruises, but may include loss of limb or even life. In 2013, there were about over 21,000 people that were killed in traffic vehicle crashes. In the same

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Personal Injuries Don’t Have to Stop You From Living Life Finding the Best Personal Injury Lawyer for You

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Accidents happen, but it’s still tragic and overwhelming when they do. However, there is hope after an auto accident or a personal injury for you, and it involves finding a good lawyer. When your protection fails on the road or at work, your lawyer will serve as your protection in court.
What can you do after a personal injury occurs?
Almost 96% of personal injury cases are settled pretrial, but of the four to five percent that do go to trial, most are a result of on the job injuries or automobile accidents. The absolute best thing you can do after a serious injury occurs as a result of bad work conditions or an auto accident is get rest, and hire a good lawyer.
What kind of lawyer should you hire?
Depending on the kind of injury you sust

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How to Become a Court Reporter

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People are often looking for job opportunities that will provide them with some type of flexibility and control over their schedules. This is especially true of stay at home parents or those looking for additional income on top of another job. Although it can be difficult to find these types of opportunities, it is possible. One unique type of work that provides it workers with a type of flexibility and job hour control is that of a court reporter. A court reporter is someone who works for or contracts for the courts to keep notes and detailed records of the trials and the interactions with the defendants and the trails. You can easily become a court reporter if you have the necessary skills.
There are a few skills that should be basic for a court report employee. The court reporter responsibi

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Harassment in the Workplace What to Do When Your Boss is Against You

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Employers work hard to find qualified and professional employees that add to their business, at least in theory. In some cases, management or employers themselves may participate in what can be considered workplace harassment. Harassed employees may feel defenseless, trapped, or even endangered in these circumstances; if you believe that you are facing harassment in the workplace and one of the following scenarios applies to you, consider contacting legal help.
Understanding Harassment in the Workplace
Harassment in the workplace is a form of employment discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Put plainly, harassment is broadly define

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