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Can You Afford a Criminal Defense Attorney?

May 25, 2020 | Uncategorized | By Personal Injury Legal Directory | 0 Comments

Criminal arrests lead to costly court proceedings, especially if you plead not guilty. While every person has a right to a defense, not everyone can afford top tier law firms or attorneys. What do you do if you can’t afford an adequate defense? You keep looking. People overlook more affordable options because high-end letterhead and […]

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Preventing Retained Foreign Bodies After Surgery

May 16, 2020 | Uncategorized | By Personal Injury Legal Directory | 0 Comments

Preventing Retained Foreign Bodies After Surgery Since the beginning of surgical practice, instruments used by doctors have been inadvertently left in various body cavities after an operation is complete. It’s approximated that at least one case of a retained item post-operation occurs annually in all hospitals that perform 8,000-18,000 major surgeries per year. Even if […]

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Can You Change Your Existing Child Support Order?

April 9, 2020 | Uncategorized | By Personal Injury Legal Directory | 0 Comments

When you and your spouse get divorced and have children together, one issue that the court will view as a priority is child support. While it is possible for you and your spouse to come to an agreement outside of court regarding the amount of money you or your spouse will be paying in child […]

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The Advantages of Filing for Bankruptcy

March 22, 2020 | Uncategorized | By Personal Injury Legal Directory | 0 Comments

Most Americans are dealing with an incredible amount of debt. When your payments are exceeding your income and you can’t seem to keep track of your bills, then you may be in over your head. Fortunately, there are ways that you can get out from under your debts. One way that you can help yourself […]

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Determining if Constitutional Rights Were Violated

March 20, 2020 | Uncategorized | By Personal Injury Legal Directory | 0 Comments

Determining if Constitutional Rights Were Violated An arrest can send anyone’s life into a tailspin. Regardless of the circumstances, having this event occur has a ripple effect that reverberates throughout a person’s personal and professional life for years to come. It helps to understand that there are specific rules the police must abide by for […]

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Why Do You Need A Personal Injury Attorney?

March 18, 2020 | Uncategorized | By Personal Injury Legal Directory | 0 Comments

When someone is involved in an accident caused by someone else, it not only causes physical injuries but also invites a lot of stress. The stress of taking care of themselves, financial expenses and managing all other inconveniences. One may also be worried about how to start the process of compensation.  It is possible to […]

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Finding the Right Child Support Lawyer

March 15, 2020 | Uncategorized | By Personal Injury Legal Directory | 0 Comments

Finding the Right Child Support Lawyer It can be said that there are very few things that will get a parent as protective or passionate as their child. This means that many child support, and custody, matters become contentious, emotionally charged, and drawn out. After all, most parents want what is best for their child, […]

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Common Myths About Misdemeanors

March 15, 2020 | Uncategorized | By Personal Injury Legal Directory | 0 Comments

In today’s society, many people still don’t view misdemeanors as a big deal. While they aren’t as serious as felonies, they still are considered a crime and can negatively affect a person’s life in many ways. If you’ve been charged with a misdemeanor, you should consult an experienced criminal lawyer as soon as possible to […]

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Bank Requirements upon Death

March 14, 2020 | Uncategorized | By Personal Injury Legal Directory | 0 Comments

When a person dies, a family will typically look through the decedent’s belongings and find out what he/she owned, bank accounts, retirement accounts, life insurance, etc. The family will then go to the local branch of the bank that the decedent had a savings and/or checking account. If the account only has the name of […]

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