Avoid Accidents While Towing A Trailer Behind Your Car Or Truck This Holiday Season

Posted on: 29 November 2017
If you're heading over the hills and through the woods to Grandmother's, Aunt Martha's, or your brother's house for the holiday break with the kids because someone in the family thought it would be great to get everyone together -- well, you can be excused if you're less than enthusiastic. Trying to cram a couple of adults a kid or two, plus all the needed winter clothing, coats, boots, toys, and the holiday gifts you're taking along into a car that barely has leg room for a long road trip is nobody's idea of a good time.
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Tips For Handling A Car Crash Against A Tourist

Posted on: 6 November 2017
If you are not careful, then you can find it extremely difficult to handle an auto accident case against a foreign motorist. These three precautions should help you navigate the post-accident activities successfully: Consider That There May Be a Language Barrier Not everybody in the U.S. speaks or understands English as well as you do. This is even more likely to be the case if the other person is a tourist.
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Can You Fight A DUI Charge From A Checkpoint?

Posted on: 3 October 2017
Law enforcement will periodically set up a checkpoint to determine if drivers are under the influence. Some of the checkpoints result in arrests for driving under the influence, or DUI. If you were arrested at a checkpoint, here is what you need to know. Is It Constitutional? One of the first concerns that drivers have about a DUI checkpoint is about the constitutionality of the stop. To many, the checkpoint seems like a violation of Fourth Amendment rights.
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Marriage on the Rocks? 4 Reasons You Need Legal Representation

Posted on: 30 January 2017
If you're about to file for divorce, you might be thinking you can take care of the process without an attorney. Unfortunately, filing for divorce without legal representation could come back to haunt you later. This is particularly true if your spouse has hired an attorney. Your spouse's attorney will be doing everything they can to get the best deal for their client, which means you'll be left out in the cold at every turn.
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