Exploring The Legal Process
Hello everyone! I'm Gael Phillips. It is nice to meet you. I'm here to talk to you about criminal laws, court proceedings and legal repercussions. I feel that sharing this knowledge is important, as many people do not realize how the legal process works.
My first, and only, scrape with the law left me shaken. I did not know what to expect throughout the entire case, so I felt unprepared for the outcome. I hope to share my knowledge with people who are in need of support throughout the legal process. I will also post stories full of information about past legal cases for an idea about how the law works. The legal process doesn't need to be scary and mysterious. Sharing stories can give others the insight they need about their situation. Thanks for visiting, come back often!
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While most people don't expect to fall when walking, 65 percent of falls resulting in injury occur not from elevated heights, but on flat surfaces. This means that everyone is at risk of a slip and fall accident when walking to and from work, and you need to know who is liable for your fall if it is due to unsafe conditions. If your workplace is at fault, then you need to file a worker's compensation claim as soon as possible after the fall.
If you're facing a DUI or DWI charge, you may be wondering if there's any way you can avoid your fate. As it turns out, there are plenty of reasons for a seemingly ironclad case to suddenly result in a dismissal. The following talks about five different ways your attorney could have your DUI or DWI case dismissed.
No Probable Cause for the Traffic Stop
Anytime a law enforcement officer performs a traffic stop, he or she must have a legitimate reason—otherwise known as probable cause—to stop the vehicle.
Temporomandibular joint and muscle disorders (or TMJ) are a group of conditions that can cause pain and mobility problems in the jaw and its surrounding muscles. Experts estimate that as many as 10 million Americans live with TMJ, and the symptoms can differ greatly in severity. Social security disability benefits help people whose health problems make it difficult to work. Find out if your TMJ symptoms mean you can claim these benefits.
As part of a personal injury lawsuit, you will normally claim the cost of your medical expenses for any injury incurred. It's relatively easy to calculate the value of this part of the claim because you can relate the amount to your medical bills. However, when it comes to pain and suffering, the total amount you can claim isn't as easy to calculate. Learn more about how this type of claim works and how your attorney can help you calculate these costs.
If you were recently fired from your job and you suspect it was because of the disability you have, you might want to speak with a civil rights attorney about this. Discrimination is prohibited in the workplace, and you can actually sue your former employer if you can prove he or she fired you because of your disability. When you speak to a civil rights attorney, he or she will ask you several questions to determine if you have a case or not.