Frequently Asked Questions About Wet Reckless Driving

Posted on: 23 December 2015

If you have been charged with driving under the influence, a DUI attorney can be beneficial. In some cases, they may be able to get the charges against you dismissed. In other cases, they may be able to get the charges reduced. Typically, the charges can be reduced under the terms of a plea bargain, especially if the case against you is not solid. DUIs are commonly pleaded down to wet and reckless driving.
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Distracted Driving -- The #1 Preventable Culprit Of Truck Accidents

Posted on: 11 December 2015

Truck accidents are bound to occur from time to time, simply because there are hundreds of thousands of trucks on the road in the United States every day. They carry important goods like produce, vehicle parts, household items, clothing, and more to their destination. However, since truck accidents can be particularly critical and even fatal due to the size and force of a truck, it's imperative to find out what is causing these accidents and prevent those that can be prevented.
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A Parent's Guide to Injuries & Worker's Compensation While Volunteering

Posted on: 19 November 2015

As children grow up, parents often try to be involved in their lives as much as possible. This includes volunteering for different functions and activities that the child is participating in. Even though the parent's involvement is unpaid and labeled as a volunteer, an injury may entitle them to worker's compensation. Every situation is different and that is why it's important to break down the elements of a case and work with a personal injury attorney to help you move forward.
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When Can You Sue Your Obstetrician For A Full-Term Stillbirth?

Posted on: 11 November 2015

Giving birth to a full-term child who never draws a breath can be one of the most devastating experiences of a lifetime. After the initial shock and grief fade, you may find yourself anxiously searching for answers about what happened to your child and whether this problem could repeat itself during future pregnancies. At some point, you may be able to pinpoint an action (or inaction) by your obstetrician as the primary factor behind your child's death.
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