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How Can Hiring a Lobbyist Help Me?

Do you need to grab the attention of influential lawmakers? The best way to do that is to hire a lobbyist. Lobbying not just for individuals or businesses with lots of money. This process can help you regardless of your economic prowess. Here are some ways that a lobbyist can ...

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How to Respond To The First Personal Injury Settlement Offer

The fact is that many personal injury lawsuits are settled out of court, way before reaching trial. This is due to many attorneys using the pre-trial litigation process to settle the matter out of court. The write below sheds some light on how to respond to the defendants offer  in ...

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Time Limits for a Personal Injury Lawsuit: Watch the Statute of Limitations

Although there are potentially limitless causes for personal injuries, the most common types are the result of car accidents, aviation disasters, dog bites, toxic exposure, and wrongful death.Personal injuries can often cause the victim to experience a substantial amount of pain and suffering. Consequently, the injured person may have accrued ...

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How to Get The Best From a Medical Malpractice Suit

In the United States, medical malpractice (also known as medical negligence) lawsuits are as common as apple pie! This should not surprise Americans in the least. According to the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA), heart diseases and cancer are the leading causes of death in America. Medical malpractice comes ...

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An Overview of Contesting Wills in Australia

There are few things more difficult, perhaps, than drawing up a will. We like to put such things off for as long as possible. For the most part, we think that by doing so we are putting off something “unnecessarily morbid,” “upsetting,” or simply forestalling the inevitable. It’s a very ...

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The 4 Aspects of Traffic Law in Canada

Motor vehicle regulation is one of the most complicated legal challenges of this generation.  This makes the formation of traffic laws and statutes, of course, one of the most complicated processes of our time. In Canada, the government has chosen to divide this responsibility between three levels of government.  These ...

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