Elder Care and Your Loved One

Nursing homes and rehabilitation hospitals are, unfortunately, not always taking the best care of your loved ones. Even in the best of circumstances, you have to be vigilant in order for your loved one to receive the best of care. It is tough and frustrating at a time...

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Accidents with 18-Wheelers

It seems that when traveling, even locally, there are more and more large trucks sharing the roadways with us. With interstate highways under constant construction and maintenance it becomes an even bigger challenge to share the roads with these mammoth trucks. So, it...

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Unintentional Trespassing: Can You Be Sued?

If you unknowingly walk onto, or through some else’s property, are you legally liable? What if you’re bike riding and the same thing happens? A Colorado woman is asking the courts to answer these questions after she was seriously injured while participating in a...

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Emotional Distress and Legal Remedies

Compensation for physical injuries incurred in a car accident, or most any other type of accident is usually fairly easy to assess. But what if you’re the victim of an accident and you have no physical injuries? Or maybe even worse, you suffer emotional distress at...

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The Right to Keep a Service Animal

There are many stories about Homeowners’ Associations and just what rights they have to control your property. But this story is about a Vietnam veteran and his service dog, Bane. 70-year old  Robert Brady has lived in his neighborhood complex for 40 years. He lives...

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Homeowner Associations and Your Property Rights

When you buy a home in a planned development or gated community, you're often required to join the homeowners’ association (HOA) and pay monthly fees for the upkeep of the common areas and buildings. There may be other requirements of the HOA, which you, as the...

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Can You Legally Take Away Your Child’s Phone as Punishment?

Probable-cause can put you in legal hot water; it may even cause charges to be filed against you. This is what happened to one mother when she punished her daughter for misbehaving. Jodie May’s teenage daughter got into some trouble at school. The school called her,...

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Would You Allow Your Child to be Paddled at School?

Corporal punishment, or paddling, has been outlawed in schools for years now. You may remember the days when, if you misbehaved in a classroom you would surely get a paddling. It could be embarrassing, but you would most certainly think twice before committing the...

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Employers’ Liability: Who’s to Blame?

If you become ill at work, and because it is a part of your job, is your employer liable for your medical bills? This is a tough question to answer, particularly if the illness is not a workers’ compensation claim. But it happened to a Texas man who claims he got West...

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Auto Insurance: How Much Should You Have?

If you’re riding in an automobile that is involved in a wreck, can you sue the driver of the car in which you’re riding for damages? Let’s just say, you’re riding to the mall with your next door neighbor. You haven’t paid them for gas, or done anything else to benefit...

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