Daily Archives April 22, 2015

How To Deal With A Whiplash Injury

How To Deal With A Whiplash Injury

by: Mohammad Latif

Having the right accident solicitor makes all the difference in the world when you make a whiplash injury claim. Choosing the wrong one means you’re back behind the wheel, at the accident.
It happens all the time: long, tiresome travel, a moment of distraction or a sudden meeting with a road-hog – and suddenly you end up in a crash. Whiplash injury is very often, maybe 80% of the time, the result of car accidents.
It’s an injury caused when the neck suddenly jerks backwards and forward or vice versa during a collision. A small percentage of whiplash injuries can cause traumas lasting many several years with many chronic problems...

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Pleas & Court Appearances in New York Criminal Cou

Pleas & Court Appearances in New York Criminal Courts

by: Susan Chana Lask, Esq.

At arraignment, the District Attorney may offer a plea to a lesser charge than what you were arrested for originally. Pleas are offered to unburden an extremely congested criminal court calendar, as well as to get rid of lesser criminal cases so the District Attorney can rightfully concentrate on the more serious crimes.
If you were arrested for misdemeanor shoplifting and you arrive at the arraignment with no prior arrests, most likely the District Attorney will offer you the option of pleading guilty to a lesser violation and a few days of community service with a fine...

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Service by Substitution in California

Service by Substitution in California

by: David G Hallstrom

The following article was written for Resources For Attorneys.com by David Hallstrom, a private investigator, he is not now nor has he ever been an attorney.
Section 415.20 (b) of the California Civil Code Of Procedure States: If a copy of the summons and complaint cannot with reasonable diligence be personally delivered to the person to be served, as specified in Section 416.60, 416.70, 416.80, or 416...

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Psst.. Pass It On.. I Found Out It’s a Hoax..

Psst.. Pass It On.. I Found Out It’s a Hoax..

by: Bill Platt

When you receive an email telling you about a virus, what do you do with it? Do you send it to everyone in your address book to help them protect themselves too?
A virus warning is probably on its way to your inbox right now, claiming to be from a credible source and warning you of a dangerous virus on the loose. Beware. You might be tricked into taking part in an Internet hoax – chain mail virus alerts.
It is believed that 60% plus of the Virus Warnings in circulation are hoaxes. Further, your anti-virus software may already have a cure for this particular ailment IF it is real.
Even old hoaxes, which have been around for years, can make the rounds again, according to Trend Micro, an anti-virus software company.
‘There are a num...

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Incorporating Tips – Capitalization

Incorporating Tips – Capitalization

by: Richard A. Chapo

Capitalizing a new business entity is a critical step of the formation process. Failing to take the step can lead to serious legal problems if the entity is ever sued. So, what is capitalization and what steps must be taken?
Capitalizing Your Corporation
“Capitalization” essentially refers to funding your corporation. In essence, you are providing substance to the entity in the form of money or property. Typically, the funding process works in two ways.
Corporate Stock
You must own stock in a corporation to be considered a shareholder. You are already familiar with this concept if you trade on the stock market. For instance, assume you bought stock in Sirius Radio in anticipation of Howard Stern moving to the station...

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