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Feb
12

Client’s We’ve Represented

Abbott Laboratories AON Corporation Bank One Corporation Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Charles E. Smith Companies Citgo Petroleum Company City of San Jose Citicorp Real Estate, Inc. Daubert Chemical Company Envirocare of Utah, Inc. General American Transportation Co. General Electric Capital Corporation Hartog…

Jan
16

Getting The Most Out of Debt Settlement

You may be pleased with your debt settlement agreement awarding you a low negotiated price you were seeking. Unfortunately, if you are a woman, getting it in writing is not enough. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that one third of debt collectors receive…

Jan
15

Major Costs Associated with Drivers in US

Vandalism, theft and deliberate damage are major costs to the transportation provider. It is no longer safe or practical to place the responsibility on the vehicle driver to ensure that the vehicle remains undamaged when in his care, or that the money compartment…

Aug
7

New California law restricts right of employers to check credit

Starting Jan. 1, California enacted a law that made it harder for employers to check the credit scores of job applicants. Some San Diego readers might have been surprised at how widespread this practice was before this law went into effect. Employer say…

Jul
4

Fatal bicycle accident takes life of marathon runner

This past Tuesday Sally Meyerhoff a well known marathon runner was tragically killed in a bicycle accident in Maricopa, AZ. The famous 27-year-old runner collided with a pickup truck and died instantly. She qualified for the 2012 Olympic marathon trials and was the winner of…

May
4

Post office deems trailer park too dangerous for mail service

The post office has made an official decision to suspend service to a trailer park due to dangerous conditions on the premises. The United States Post Office notified the residents of the suspension last week. There were several reasons for the decision, including…

May
4

Traffic fatalities increase in Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has reported that traffic fatalities were at a five-year high last month. Car accidents resulted in 34 deaths in February, 12 more than last year. WisDOT is concerned that people are not wearing their seatbelts, which puts them at a…

Apr
7

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Mar
10

Dangerous jobs that (almost) nobody wants

Even in a time when unemployment in the United States tops nine percent, and food stamp usage is at an all-time high, and prospects for a robust economic recovery are dim, there are jobs that are often difficult for employers to fill. Last…

Mar
6

A DOCTOR'S FAILURE TO DIAGNOSE IS OFTEN FATAL FOR PATIENTS

Last month, we wrote that the estate of a New Jersey man was awarded over $1 million in a medical malpractice lawsuit. Sadly, the money needed to be paid to the victim’s estate because the medical error that was the focus of the lawsuit resulted…