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The Controversy of Civil Asset Forfeiture
Civil asset forfeiture is an area of law that is growing more and more controversial each day, with calls for reform being made at the state and federal level, because of what many see as wide spread abuse of the system.
Product Defects and the Important Role of Personal Injury Attorneys
Why a strong legal system is important for you. how attorneys protect your rights, and help keep you safe.
Tools for Better Driving: Avoiding Traffic Tie-Ups
Use these apps and tools to avoid traffic and heavy traffic, plan your trip and enjoy the ride!
Court Crushes Plaintiff's Attempt To Circumvent Workers' Compensation Exclusivity
Wooden blocks do not constitute a point of operation guard, the removal or absence of which is an essential element for an exception to exclusivity.
WCAB Declares Regulation Invalid While Clarifying Medical Legal Process
WCAB declares an intent to invalidate administrative regulation requiring an injured worker to return to the same Panel Qualified Medical Evaluator for a subsequent injury involving the same part of body.
WCAB Concludes Regulation is Invalid While Clarifying Medical Legal Process
WCAB invalidates the administrative regulation that required an injured worker to return to the same Panel Qualified Medical Evaluator for the evaluation of a subsequent injury involving the same part of body.
WCAB Applies Home Health Care Statutes to All Dates of Injury
WCAB clarifies what steps must be taken by the injured worker to establish that the care is necessary, the nature and extent of the home care, and the information necessary for obtaining home care reimbursement.
Court of Appeal Reopens An Unfair Stipulated Award
This article discusses the holding in Benavides v. Speciality Risk Services.
The Difference Between Having a Will and Not Having a Will
I will discuss the basic differences between having a will and not having a will.
I have a will so now what?
You either went to an attorney or legalzoom.com, perhaps even Suzie Orman, and you purchased and executed a will. So what does that mean?
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