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5 Questions You Need To Ask A Potential New Lawyer You might not think it, but there will come a time where you'll need to get some legal help from a lawyer. For example, you could be selling your home and need some contracts drawn up. You might also be going through tough divorce proceedings. Or you could be seeking compensation for a personal injury claim. Whatever the reason, you'll need a lawyer to take on your case and deal with it. And you want to get the best possible outcome, of course. As you know, there are millions of attorneys out there. But, how do you know the one you're about to hire is any good? Today's blog post is here to help! Take a look at five top questions you need to ask your prospective new lawyer: 1. How long have you been a lawyer? The reason for asking that question is simple. You want to know what level...
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How To Prepare For Making A Personal Injury Claim Suffering an injury is never nice. However, the frustration is made 10 times worse when it was somebody else’s fault! In today’s world, there are many reasons for potentially needing a lawyer. Personal injury is becoming more and more common by the year. That’s mainly down to the fact we are more aware of the concept than past generations. If you have suffered a health problem due to somebody else’s negligence, then it’s only fair you want justice. It can be a daunting process, though. Here’s how to prepare yourself fully. Think About Your Health While justice is high on your agenda, your first priority should be getting back to full health. If the injury has put you out of work, then it’s vital that you get yourself back as soon as possible. Likewise, if the affliction is impacting your daily routine then you’ll be eager to secure a quick recovery....
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What To Do If You Get Sick And Someone Else Is To Blame We are all familiar with the need to use a lawyer if we are hurt in a car accident, or even at work. Injury lawyers are there to ensure those that were negligent pay out in compensation for our losses if we are hurt. Broken bones heal, but they tend to cost us dearly in medical bills and time off work. That’s not fair when we did nothing wrong. When it is someone else’s fault, we deserve compensation for our losses. So what happens if we get sick and incur hospital bills, medical bills and loss of earnings for time off? Not everyone is aware that some illnesses we suffer are caused by others. There are times when a business or someone else has been negligent in their duty of care to us. This causes us to become unwell, or even contract serious diseases. If this has happened to you, then...
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U.S. Immigration Law U.S. immigration law is undoubtedly a complex scenario, and causes a lot of confusion for those who are intent on utilizing its resources. Thus it makes sense, wherever possible, to seek the help of an experienced immigration lawyer. The Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA), which governs immigration policy, has a set annual limitation of 675,000 immigrants, albeit with a few exceptions to the general rules. The President and Congress determine refugee admissions which are regarded as separate. U.S. immigration follows these particular principles: -        The admission of immigrants whereby their skills are of value to the U.S. economy -        Family reunification -        The promotion of diversity within society -        The protection of refugees Immigration for Employment Temporary Visas The U.S. offers a variety of ways for immigrants who possess valuable skills to stay either temporarily or permanently. Usually, those who gain a temporary work visa are sponsored by an employer or...
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Wills, Succession and Surrogacy explained The Justice Legislation Amendment (Succession and Surrogacy) Act 2014 came into effect in Victoria on the 1st of January 2015 and applies to the estate of any person on or after 1 January 2015. The new Act contains significant amendments in relation to the eligibility criteria for those seeking to make a claim against the Will of a deceased person. It is therefore important to understand the limitations imposed by these amendments, and to seek guidance from estate lawyers in Melbourne regarding your Will and how these amendments may affect your estate. The general rule when making a Will is that the testator has a right to give his or her property away as he or she wishes. However, this right is subject to some exceptions, including when an applicant believes that a person who has died has not made adequate provision for their care. The power of the Court to...
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