Archive for the 'Legal' Category

The Real Deal About Identity Theft

By Tina L Douglas This part would still discuss the many facts about identity theft and a couple of guides will also be provided to help prevent individual consumers from becoming victims of the fastest growing identity theft crime in the United States. 1. The internet perpetuated identity theft. Technology played a lot of part […]

Choosing the Right Personal Injury Lawyer Makes a Difference

By Nick Messe Imagine what it would be like to be forced off a boat that is taking on water but you can’t swim. Whether you stay or escape, you’re toast. The feeling is much the same when you are disabled by a personal injury. You face difficult legal challenges to get the compensation you […]

Potential Whistleblowers Know Your Rights

By David S Caldwell No business, no matter how powerful, is above the law. Nonetheless, far too many businesses are able to conduct illegal activities by covering up their dealings in layers of fraud and manipulation. When their actions involve defrauding the government, by underpaying taxes, for example, employees who become aware of illegal activity […]

Protecting Your Mail From Id Theft

By Tina L Douglas Identity theft is steadily on the rise and it is considered to be the top crimes that are on the rise in America. On the average, at least 10 million Americans are being victims of identity theft and the numbers are steadily rising. We often take for granted our mailbox and […]

A Story of EB 5 Success

By Andrew Bartlett To be sure, there are stories of people out there who have had success and built wonderful new lives via the EB-5 immigrant investor program. They have, in essence, “invested” their way to permanent residence in the United States. Meet the Green family… The Green Family Shortly after the EB-5 immigrant investor […]

Tax Changes in New Health Care Bill

By Michael G. Lapidus Passage of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 (“Reconciliation Act”) amending the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (together the “Health Care Reform Package”), which President Obama signed on March 23 created many tax changes. Many of these tax changes are discussed below. Additional Medicare Payroll […]

Toxic Substance Exposure in the Workplace

By James Witherspoon Depending on where you work, you may be at high risk of being exposed to toxic substances. While many people think that they only have this risk if they work in a chemical lab or a power plant, this actually is not the case. In fact, one of the more likely places […]

Criminal Defendants on Trial Conducting Discovery

By Ira Still Years ago, American courts generally allowed little or no discovery to be given to persons charged with a crime. Today that has changed. The federal court and all of the states now have rules that permit completely open discovery. This is one of the due process rights that makes America stand out […]

American Law of Background Checking For Employees For Better Safety

By Jerry Stakos According to American law of safety and criminal tracking, the system of background checking for employees by employer has become a regular practice in the workplaces. The method of background checking is applicable for the new appointment, transfer, and departmental transfers, and for other situations as per the discretion of the company […]

Truck Accident Attorneys What Can They Do For You?

By Andrew Stratton Commercial trucks are considered to be the most dangerous vehicles on the road today. Approximately 500,000 truck accidents each year result in around 100,000 injuries and 5000 deaths. Most of the accidents they cause are the result of a combination of factors, including the driver’s carelessness and the trucks performance limitations such […]