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17 Years of Payments and It’s Not My Child: What Now?

by annbailey September 13, 2013 Family Law

Many people in the U.S. dream of nothing more than having a pleasant life, a great family and the chance to raise a child to be the best person they can be. Since there are around four million births in America alone every year, many people get the chance to take a crack at this […]

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Go Home and Relax? Hospital Misdiagnoses of Early Labor Pains

by annbailey September 10, 2013 Clinical medical negligence

The late stages of pregnancy are filled with uncertainty about when the baby will arrive. Labor may occur much sooner than the standard nine months; Amilla Taylor famously arrived into the world a mere 21 weeks and six days after conception. When it comes to identifying false labor pains, real labor pains, and the signs […]

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What to Do When You’re T-Boned by a Cop Car

by annbailey August 21, 2013 Accident Claims

Motor vehicle collisions are the most common cause of fatal injuries suffered by law enforcement officers on the job. While some of these collisions arise when suspects assault officers with their vehicles, most fatalities occur as a result of negligence on the part of some party. In many cases, this party is the officer himself […]

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Defying Time: Your Rights to Active Golden Years

by annbailey July 20, 2013 Human Rights Law

As people get older, they face different types of challenges than those that younger persons may experience. While the majority of individuals and businesses usually appear to be ethical in their dealings with seniors, there are some unscrupulous people and con artists who deliberately seek to exploit, abuse or neglect the elderly. Common situations can […]

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American Motorcycle Laws -Are They Strong Enough?

by annbailey June 3, 2013 Motorbike Accidents

Motorcyclists face threats from every other vehicle on the road. Like most states, Indiana has strong laws regarding the driving habits of motor vehicle operators. However, its laws are not particularly aggressive with respect to mandating safety equipment. Many motorcyclists choose to wear protective equipment regardless; motorcycles do not have airbags and the only crumple […]

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American Motorcycle Laws -Are They Strong Enough?

by annbailey June 1, 2013 Motorbike Accidents

Motorcyclists face threats from every other vehicle on the road. Like most states, Indiana has strong laws regarding the driving habits of motor vehicle operators. However, its laws are not particularly aggressive with respect to mandating safety equipment. Many motorcyclists choose to wear protective equipment regardless; motorcycles do not have airbags and the only crumple […]

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Big Trucks and Dangerous Lane Changes: Who’s Responsible if They Don’t See You?

by annbailey May 25, 2013 Accident Claims

Millions of motor vehicle collisions occur every year in the United States. Most of these involve few, if any, injuries. However, when there is a significant size disparity between two vehicles, motorists can be severely injured. When a motor vehicle collides with a truck, the insurer of the at-fault party will be liable for damages; […]

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Summer Abroad: Who’s Liable for Student Accident Expenses?

by annbailey May 23, 2013 Accident Claims Law

Many U.S. schools offer students the chance to study abroad for a semester. Attending school in a foreign country provides cultural enrichment and plenty of social opportunities, but it can also be dangerous. Crime, theft, illness, accidental injury, and even issues with one’s visa are just a few possibilities when in a foreign country. If […]

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Money or Maternity – Do Employees Have a Choice?

by annbailey May 23, 2013 Compensation Lawyers

Balancing work and one’s family life can become difficult when a child is born. Being a mother is a full time job, as newborn children must be fed, cleaned, entertained, and monitored closely to avoid unexpected injury or illness. Even a part-time job can absorb enough time from a new mother’s day to conflict with […]

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Florida Boat Party: Can You Afford The Fun?

by annbailey May 15, 2013 Arrest

Holding weddings, parties, and other social engagements on the water is a common way to add flavor to a mundane event, and while this is a perfect way to make an event memorable, it should be remembered that boating is fraught with hazards for the unwary. Authorities in Pinellas County recently recovered the body of […]

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