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The Littlest Pedestrians: Keeping Your Kids Safe Near The Road

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported more than 4,740 pedestrian deaths throughout the US in 2012. Unfortunately, many of these fatalities were children under the age of 15. Not only does building good habits in your children create safe values, but you could also be saving their lives. These tips will help you ensure that your children are crossing the streets safely. 1. Set a good example. Walking with your child is the best way to set a good example. Read More»

3 Types Of Fossil Fuel Title Disputes You Should Leave To Your Lawyer

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With fossil fuels currently meeting 82% of the world’s energy demands, holding the title giving you the right to mine for these fuels can be lucrative. Unfortunately, being an oil or gas title holder doesn’t shelter you from potential problems. Here are 3 types of fossil fuel disputes that you should let your attorney deal with should they arise in the future. 1. Exploration Disputes In order to mine enough fossil fuel to meet demand, title holders frequently engage in exploration activities to discover new caches of untapped fuel. Read More»

Four Ways To Prepare For A Personal Injury Case

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A personal injury attorney, such as Law Office Of Regina Walsh Adams, specializes in personal injury claims, which typically consist of accidents or injuries incurred from negligence by another party. One of the most heard of claims is a lady who sued a fast food joint from burns inflicted by a hot beverage. If you are injured and wish to file a lawsuit against the responsible party, these are a few of the things you need to know to prepare. Read More»

What Is Parental Alienation And What Can Be Done About It?

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Parental alienation can occur when the parents of a child are divorcing, and the child begins to strongly dislike and disrespect one parent, and express no warm feelings or empathy for that person. This can interfere with visitation or custody, and make parenting impossible. This is a serious problem for several reasons, but there are things you can do to solve it. Possible Causes This alienation can be started and exacerbated by the negative influence of the other parent or their relatives, though it is important to note that this may not necessarily be the case. Read More»

4 Ways To Boost Your Credit Score After Filing For Bankruptcy

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Making the decision to file for bankruptcy can be one of the most difficult you will ever make. With so many conflicting reports about whether it is the best move for your financial future or not, it is hard to know if you are truly doing the right thing. While many people fear their credit is going to be ruined forever, that simply isn’t the case. Rebuilding your credit is far simpler than you think. Read More»

STDs And The Law: Can You Sue Your Partner If You Get An STD?

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In many states, an HIV positive person who has unprotected sex with someone without disclosing their disease can be prosecuted criminally in a court of law. This is especially true if the court finds that the transmission of the disease was intentional. But what about other sexually transmitted diseases, such as herpes, crabs and syphilis? Can you sue for those as well? Surprisingly, the answer is yes. However, most STD cases are not criminal proceedings. Read More»

Different Options For Getting Caught Up On Your Child Support Payments

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When you are falling behind on your child support payments, you need to create a plan to solve your problem. Luckily, you have several options for resolving this issue, it will just take some time and planning to so do. Organizing Finances Your first option is to seek help with organizing and making your payments. You can consult an accountant to get their help organizing your finances. The accountant can also find areas where you need some assistance such as reorganizing when you pay your bills. Read More»