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Month: April 2017

Understanding Medical Malpractice

If a patient is harmed by a doctor, nurse, or other medical professional who does not provide the proper health care treatment, then this is medical malpractice. More often than not, this does not happen. There are several common cases that make up the bulk of medical...

Power Of Attorney For Business

Acting as an agent of a power of attorney gives you the responsibility to make decisions on behave of another person. How much power you have to make decisions on this person's behave all depends on the nature and scope of the power of attorney. This may include...

Understanding Criminal Defense Law

Criminal defense is legal protection provided to individuals accused of committing a crime. Those who are accused are considered innocent until they are proven guilty. They will have the chance to appear in court to defend themselves in this situation. It is highly...

Legal Issues Facing Brokers

In real estate, it is common to for there to be some legal pitfalls. This will result in lawsuits between buyers and sellers against their broker or agent. This can occur because of misrepresentation, nondisclosure of property conditions, breach of duty, unlawful...

What You Need To Know About Alimony

The divorce rate is around 50%. Although the divorce rate is high, not many people go out of their way to inform themselves on what would happen if they were to have a divorce. The reality is that many couples do not consider these aspects until they are going through...


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