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What to Know Before Speaking With an Insurance Adjuster

After an accident, you expect your insurance company to help you with the process and provide you with the compensation to which you are entitled.

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Why You Should Seek Medical Attention After an Accident

The aftermath of an accident can be stressful and scary for everyone involved. Unfortunately, many accident victims refuse to get medical attention immediately because they think they were not injured or they worry that they will not be able to afford treatment.

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Next Steps After an Accident

Being involved in an accident can be difficult and unsettling. Due to the shock, many accident victims find themselves perplexed and unsure of how to seek compensation for their injuries. However, what you do after the accident can have a significant impact on the outcome of your injury claim.

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Understanding Evidence in a Criminal Trial

When proving a defendant’s guilt, the prosecution must present sufficient evidence proving that the defendant had the intent to commit the criminal offense and establish other elements beyond a reasonable doubt. However, there are strict rules that govern the types of evidence that can be introduced in a criminal trial.

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Can I Be Arrested for Drugs That Aren’t Mine?

If you were arrested for possession of drugs that did not belong to you, your freedom is at stake. Proving that the drugs were not yours can be challenging, which is why you need a criminal defense attorney to help you prove your innocence and avoid a conviction.

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DUI Myths and Misconceptions

If you’ve recently been arrested and charged with a DUI, your head is likely swimming with questions, concerns, and what-ifs. A drunk driving charge needs to be taken seriously, but there are a number of myths and misconceptions surrounding the laws. It’s essential that you understand some key concepts and how they can affect your charges.

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WARRANTS: What Should You Do?

When a criminal case gets filed, the court will do one of two things: issue a warrant or mail you a summons. If you get a summons in the mail, then great. You know when to show up to court and it's basically on you if you choose to screw that part up. However, if the court issues a warrant, you won't know when your court date is because the justice system doesn't trust you to manage your own case.

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DWIs: Should I Give a Breath or Blood Sample?

I've heard a lot of myths out there masquerading as legal advice regarding whether or not to blow. If you've spent enough time at the pub, I'm sure you've heard them too. I once heard someone say, "As soon as you get pulled over, step out of the car and chug a flask of whiskey. That way, they won't be able to prove you were drunk while driving." This is obviously bad advice and I don't recommend that anyone try it.

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