Monthly Archives: October 2010

Ford Faces Another Class Action Suit

Ford is facing a new courtroom battle in Canada. Continue reading

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Judge Sues the City for Slip and Fall Accident

Does everyone deserved to be compensated in slip and fall cases? Continue reading

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Money Dangers: When the Agencies cannot be Trusted

Risks are just part of investing, but if you’re mislead, you may not be subject to the same level of risk. Continue reading

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Bicycle versus Car: Who’s to Blame?

It can be tough to tell who is at fault in some accident situations. Continue reading

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Birth Control: The Legalities

Medications like birth control aren’t always subject to the same legal liabilities as other drugs on the market. Continue reading

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Continued Lower Tuition for Illegal Immigrants? California Courts to Decide

Injustice is everywhere, including colleges across California. Continue reading

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When the Protectors Fail to Do So

Another police brutality suit leaves many wondering where to draw the line. Continue reading

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A Good — but Not Happy – Example

Car accidents can mean serious consequences, especially if you’re on company time. Continue reading

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McDonalds Admits Defeat and Pays another Settlement

One fast food chain seems to have a real problem with overheated food and beverages. Continue reading

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Learning from Others: Statute of Limitations

The statue of limitations is very real in many legal situations, and understanding exactly how long you have to file suit is key to the outcome of your case. Continue reading

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