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Bike to School Day: Staying Safe on the Road

Riding a bicycle to school is an excellent way to get in some exercise, avoid traffic, and reduce emissions. The first National Walk to School Day was held in 1997, and the National Bike to School Day came in 2012. Since then, these events have been repeating themselves to show children the joy and independence they get from walking or biking to school each day. If your child plans to participate in the event, you will want to brush... ❯❯❯

6 Mistakes to Avoid in a Car Accident Claim

One of the most common means of transport is the use of motor vehicle. Cars might be a source of blessing and equally a source of curse. There has been a rise in the number of accidents in the recent past. Accidents may occur due to negligence or act of rogue road users. If you are involved in a road accident, you may end up suffering emotionally, physically, mentally or financially. One major question you will struggle to answer is... ❯❯❯

5 Signs You Have a Strong Car Accident Claim

Car accidents can happen at any time, with few warning signs beforehand. However, suppose you're in an accident and feel it was not your fault, you may want to pursue a legal claim. The first thing you should do is consult your state's laws on car accident claims. You may have a strong claim if you've done that and are deemed not at fault by law. Here are some signs that might indicate you have a strong case for a car accident claim. ... ❯❯❯

5 Qualities to Look for in a Car Accident Attorney

There are several things to look for when choosing a personal injury attorney to handle your car accident case. The first step is to make sure you have a good understanding of what you're up against. If you are involved in a car accident, the insurance firms representing the other party may try to reach a rapid settlement with you. They will do everything they can to make this happen because they want to limit their liability and avoid... ❯❯❯

5 Tips for Using Social Media After a Personal Injury

After sustaining a personal injury, you may be wondering how to use social media. You want to keep your friends and family updated on your progress, but you also don't want to say anything that could jeopardize your case. Here are five tips for using social media after a personal injury. Avoid Discussing Your Case Online The first rule of using social media after a personal injury is to avoid discussing your case online. This includes... ❯❯❯

What to Do When an Insurance Adjuster Wants to Speak to You After an Accident

If you’re in an accident caused by someone else, there will no doubt come a time — usually not long after your accident — that you’ll get a phone call from an insurance adjuster representing the other party’s insurance company. It’s their job to understand the accident and determine whether their client (the person or party that you argue caused your accident) is liable and how much compensation they... ❯❯❯

5 Tips for Co-Parenting with a Narcissistic Spouse

Co-parenting with a spouse who is a narcissist or has narcissistic tendencies is extremely difficult. A divorced or separated parent who is trying to do this should see a psychologist, therapist, or licensed clinical social worker (LCSW). The mental health professional can provide support and feedback as to the non-narcissist’s progress. Practice the “Gray Rock” technique. The most important step in the process... ❯❯❯

How to Deal With a Property Dispute Between Brothers

Brothers are natural rivals, even when it comes to property. If you have a brother you may find that you can have an intense relationship at times. However, that’s no reason not to trust him with your inheritance. If your brother is the sole trustee of your property, it’s a good idea to put in place safeguards in case he ever abuses his position or becomes unable to manage your assets in the future. This will limit the... ❯❯❯

How to Benefit from a Real Estate Attorney

 If you have been in the real estate industry for a long duration, I presume you understand the importance of an attorney. The professional will handle most of the tasks to ensure a successful purchase. For instance, an estate lawyer will examine the transfer documents for errors or omissions that could bring about issues. The good thing about these professionals is that you can always get one for your budget and needs. Again,... ❯❯❯

5 Important Basics to Help You Fight Your DUI Case

After being arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated, you might be feeling hopeless and unprepared to take on your case. But don't worry! Just because you're looking at criminal charges doesn't mean you're out of options. These five basics to help you fight your DUI case will help you handle everything from preparations to talking with your lawyer to get the best possible outcome in your case. 1.   Choose the Right... ❯❯❯