Public Restrooms and the Law

What if you need to use the facilities and you are refused by a local business? Can you legally be refused the use of a restroom? One South Carolina man is suing to get an answer to these questions. He says he was refused the use of restrooms at five different gas and...

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Is It Illegal to Grow a Vegetable Garden in Your Front Yard?

A Florida couple is searching for the answer to that question. For nearly twenty years, Hermine Ricketts and her husband Tom Carroll have had an enormous garden at their Miami Shores Village home. The garden is in their front yard because their backyard is too shady...

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Divorce Mediation: Is It for You?

Mediation is one of the most frequently used ways to negotiate a divorce settlement. Mediation is about you and your spouse and a third neutral party - the mediator. A mediator does not work for either party, but is there to guide you through the divorce process....

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Swim Safety for Your Family

It is the time of year when we begin thinking about summer fun, which includes gathering at the swimming pool with friends and family. Whether your pool is in your back yard, or a community pool, there are safety rules to follow to ensure a safe and enjoyable pastime....

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Football Player Sues: Should Insurance Company be Made to Pay?

A former University of Arkansas Razorback football player is suing Lloyd’s of London insurance company for failing to pay an insurance claim. Former running back, Rawleigh Williams III, is suing the London-based firm claiming that it purposely did not file an injury...

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Should Animals Be Allowed to Sue Their Abusers?

In a just world, you might argue that there would be no animal abuse. But, sadly, we know this is not the case. It is infuriating to read of an animal being abused; but what can you do? It can make you feel helpless. Not, in the state of Oregon, where animal welfare...

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Should You Expect Privacy from DNA Websites?

It is very common these days for people to search their ancestry; online businesses offer to help you trace your lineage - for a fee, and some of your own DNA. It is a fairly simple process: you pack up a saliva sample and send it to a company who will help you trace...

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Workers’ Compensation: Questions Answered

Workers’ Compensation is designed to help you if you are injured on the job. It is not an easy thing to deal with as there are many issues with each claim. Talking with an attorney is always a good idea to ensure you receive all of the benefits you are due. If you set...

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What Are Your Responsibilities as a Party Host?

Southern hospitality is one of the things we are known for here in the South. When you have a gathering, you make sure that everyone is comfortable and has plenty to eat and drink. But, do you always pay attention to the age of your guests or how much they are...

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Trust Funds, A Scam and College Tuition: Is There a Case?

When Rocco Marini and his wife Josephine took money from their children’s trust funds to invest in a business venture, they never dreamed where they would end up: suing another man’s children for their college tuitions. The Marinis invested nearly $17-million with a...

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