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SETTING UP A TRUST AFTER A PERSONAL INJURY AWARD

In many instances, a claim for personal injury may result in a settlement or award that cannot be paid directly to the injured party.  It may be that the injured party is a minor, or has significant disabilities that prevent him from being able to manage assets on his own.  One tool attorneys use to

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3 Signs You Should Contact An Attorney About Your Child

There are at least three (3) signs when you should contact an attorney about your child. First, you should contact an attorney – preferably a Lawrenceville GA special education attorney – when your child is experiencing learning and educational problems at school.  These problems may include when your child experiences chronic academic failure such as retention, significant

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3 Ways to Avoid Back Pain at Your Office

We’ve all had those weeks: days stuck in the office, hunched over our computers, with only a few trips to the bathroom or the water-cooler every few hours.  Then, when we get home, all we want to do is to sit on the couch and zone out for awhile.  As a whole, our culture is

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How can you represent the guilty?

This is one of the most common questions a criminal defense attorney gets at ballgames or cocktail parties.  The common responses of “I was just doing my job,” or the slightly better “it’s the state’s job to prove every element beyond a reasonable doubt, and I’m the gatekeeper to hold them accountable to that requirement” will

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Traumatic Dental Injuries in Permanent Teeth

Traumatic dental injuries often occur in accidents or sports-related injuries and usually involve the front teeth of the upper jaw.  The majority of all dental injuries are chipped teeth.  Not as common, but more severe, are displaced or knocked out teeth. Treatment depends on the type, location and extent of each injury. If you have a cracked or

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Carpal Tunnel: Can I file for worker’s compensation?

In many states, including Wisconsin, carpal tunnel syndrome is a common condition for which injured workers claim compensation. According to the Worker’s Compensation Division (WC Division) of the Department of Workforce Development, in 2012, which is the most recent year from which data was generated, 428 claims for worker’s compensation were made for carpal tunnel

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Guest Blog: Interrogatories from a Florida perspective

  Interrogatories are the questions which one party asks the other during a trial, in the written form. In this guide, we have briefly answered some of the frequently asked questions about Interrogatories. With this information, you will be able to prepare better for your personal injury case interrogatories.     When do I need

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