If someone slips on your icy public sidewalk, it’s your responsibility and you can be held liable. But, what about your private driveway, stairs and walkways? Should you be responsible if someone comes on your private property and falls because of snow and ice?
01.8.13 | Injury, Lawsuits, Safety | Laurie Junkins
What do you do if you are being bullied at work? What are your rights? And what should you never do if you are being bullied in the workplace?
12.18.12 | Lawsuits, Work | Laurie Junkins
Logically, it seems irrefutable that NFL football is a sport that is dangerous for its players. However, the NFL has repeatedly denied that serious, chronic, and debilitating head trauma is a result of the sport even as they face lawsuits from thousands of players who have suffered from head injuries on the field.
11.20.12 | Athletics, Current Events, Injury, Lawsuits | Laurie Junkins
People hire lawyers for all kinds of things: defense, personal injury, libel, collections, real estate, immigration—the list is endless. But few think of lawyers in terms of pets.
10.16.12 | Bizarre, Lawsuits, Rights | Laurie Junkins
While Patent wars are waging among these software giants in attempts to keep control of the market, what does it all mean for you?
10.11.12 | Lawsuits, Patents | Jessica Walters
Pets are like family for most of us, and we love them unconditionally. It may have not occurred to you that Buddy or Tiger could ever be a liability.
07.18.12 | Family, Injury, Lawsuits | Jen Talley
No one likes to read pages of fine print, but sometimes skipping over it can lead to a financial disaster. Here’s what to look for when getting yourself into a contract or a loan.
07.16.12 | Consumer protection, Current Events, Economics, Family, Freedom, Government, Healthcare, Lawsuits, Money, Ridiculous lawsuits, Rights, Taxes | Jessica Walters