Recent Posts

Have You Been the Victim of Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice occurs when a physician has been negligent in the provision of an acceptable standard of practice.  Malpractice occurs when this negligence causes injury or death to a patient.  An “acceptable standard of practice” is determined by the...

Food Poisoning and Personal Injury Law

Food poisoning cases are very common in the United States. They rarely make the headlines unless they involve a major fast food chain or many people. Despite their commonplace nature, food poisoning can be extremely painful and even result in death. Poorly...

Financial Resources for Victims of Crime

Being a victim of crime is one of the worst things that can happen in a person’s life. Being physically or emotionally injured by another person is something that can stay with you your entire life. Recovering from a violent crime can also take many years,...

Tips for Achieving an Amicable Divorce

Getting divorced is usually an extremely traumatic event. There are many emotions that most people experience when coming out of a failed marriage – anger, jealousy, regret, resentment and low self esteem. So with all of those emotions swirling around, it is...

Research Law Professors Before Choosing Law School...

Prospective students often examine their potential law schools in fine detail, looking at the reputation of the school, the kind of curriculum they specialize in, the cost of the law school, the location and so on. However many don’t research what is arguably...

Law School Enrollments Dropping

The number of students enrolling to study law has dropped yet again, for the third year in a row. Some law schools are being forced to slash the size of their classes as the trend continues with the 2013-2014 year showing a 13.4% decrease in the number of applicants...

Choosing a Mesothelioma Lawyer

Mesothelioma is a very rare form of cancer that affects the protective lining that covers many internal organs in the human body, called the mesothelium. In recent years the rate of Mesothelioma has sky rocketed because one of the leading causes of the cancer is...

 

Page 1 of 41234
Recent From Defamation Law Basics Of Defamation Law
Basics Of Defamation Law The purpose of laws and regulations associated with defamation of character is to shield an individual’s good reputation. This is sure to be a controversial issue from the get go, where issues of Human Rights with regards to another person’s freedom of speech, (namely Article Ten of the European...
Recent From Immigration Law Do You Need An Immigration Lawyer
Do You Need An Immigration Lawyer Every countries have a legal means of controlling immigrant entry, internal rights, duration of visit and means to achieve citizenship in their nation. People of 1 country resolve to depart their birth home for various underlying factors such as political problems, religious freedom or employment...
Recent From Adverse Possession Adverse Possession Law
Adverse Possession Law In the United States, Adverse Possession laws vary between the state.  In a number of states, if a person participates actively and openly in the maintenance of a property without the help or permission of a property owner, they can claim ownership of the property. However there are a number of factors key...
Recent From Family Law Tips for Achieving an Amicable Divorce
Tips for Achieving an Amicable Divorce Getting divorced is usually an extremely traumatic event. There are many emotions that most people experience when coming out of a failed marriage – anger, jealousy, regret, resentment and low self esteem. So with all of those emotions swirling around, it is often difficult to reach an agreement that...