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Calculating Your Damages After a Car Collision

Every car crash situation is different, and the injuries and damages sustained are unique to each individual. As a result, calculating your damages after a car accident in Pennsylvania is complicated and requires consideration of numerous factors. For you to get the settlement you deserve, it pays to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney who understands the system, as well as the tactics insurance companies use to get... ❯❯❯

Pennsylvania Car Crash Laws -101

Devastating car crashes occur far too often on Pennsylvania roads. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) reported around 15 crashes per hour in 2017, totaling 128,188. These crashes claimed the lives of 1,137 people and injured another 80,612 people, with at least three people dying each day. The economic loss due to traffic crashes was $1,414 to every Pennsylvania man, woman and child. If you or a loved one was... ❯❯❯

Basic awareness about the Medicare Secondary Payer Act

Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) act has been changing with time, and the current year is no exception. Introduction of new rules and stricter regulations demand close observation from enrollees as well as health policy professionals so that everyone can stay on top of their game. To help you traverse through all the recent changes, some fundamental facts about this act are being shared below. What does MSP stand for? Before the... ❯❯❯

Is Your Vehicle Accident Worth a Lawsuit? Here’s a Checklist to Find Out

If you’ve been in a car accident, you naturally want compensation for your injuries and damage to your car and personal property. Most individuals don’t have thousands of dollars to pay out if they are at fault in a wreck, which is why we have insurance. But don’t assume that insurance companies have your best interests at heart. In fact, you can assume that they don’t. Insurers are for-profit entities whose top priority is hanging on... ❯❯❯

Know what to do when you are under arrest

There can be different legal scenarios that can lead to arrest. It's natural to panic when such situation arises. But if you are conversant with the critical information around this, you can deal with it more efficiently. First of all, it's essential to note that a police officer can arrest you – 1) on the grounds of reasonable suspicion that you have done a crime, 2) the court has issued an arrest warrant for you, or, 3) you are... ❯❯❯

5 Tips to Help You after a Car Accident

5 Tips to Help You after a Car AccidentA vehicle accident can ultimately be among the scariest incidents one can ever go through in life.  After all, car accidents are among the leading causes of death globally.  Again, the emotional and physical trauma associated with car accidents can take a toll on life for many years. While you might not be able to forget the car accident you had, you can luckily recover from this scary incident and live life as you used to before the... ❯❯❯

5 Effective Defense Strategies Every DUI Offender Should Know

5 Effective Defense Strategies Every DUI Offender Should KnowThe United States Department of Transportation reported that in every 48 minutes there were numbers of alcohol-impaired traffic fatalities across the country. The law enforcement agencies in each state are now aggressively disciplining the citizens more to decrease the number of accidents. Consequently, sometimes, the police may immediately detain you for a small driving mistake or even nothing. Either way, ignorance is never bliss.... ❯❯❯

Green Card Through Employment

Getting a green card through employment allows over 100,000 foreign-born persons and their spouses and unmarried minor children to immigrate to the United States each year. Typically, an employer goes through the PERM process where they must advertise the job and demonstrate to the U.S. Department of Labor that no minimally qualified U.S. workers applied for the job.  The employer is required to pay the worker at the prevailing wage... ❯❯❯

How Does Unemployment Work in NY?

How Does Unemployment Work in NY?According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are approximately 378,557 unemployed NY residents as of April 2019. Those who have met a specific set of qualifications designated by the NY labor unemployment board are collecting unemployment benefits funded by NY labor unemployment taxes. The qualification, application, and collection processes associated with obtaining wage compensation benefits can be quite detailed, which is why... ❯❯❯

What to Do After Being Sexually Assaulted in the Workplace

What to Do After Being Sexually Assaulted in the WorkplaceNo matter the nature of the organization, every employee has the right to a safe and secure workplace. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always eventuate. If things aren’t handled correctly, the workplace can become a place of unwanted interactions that lead to sexual discrimination, harassment, and even sexual assault. Fortunately, recent movements have helped raise awareness and increased the visibility of sexual assault as an issue. As a... ❯❯❯

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