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How to Prove Fault in a Car Accident

When you are involved in a car accident, it’s important to immediately get medical treatment, even if you don’t believe you have been injured. You may have sustained an injury that is worse than originally thought. Another thing you have to do following an accident is to prove fault, especially if you are planning on filing a personal injury lawsuit ...

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High-Visibility Traffic Rules Expand

High-visibility-clothing requirements, once mainly targeted to hunters and road construction crews, have been expanded to affect a large number of employees in a variety of professions. So-called ANSI 107 rules go into detail about which workers need brightly colored garb, and some of these categories might surprise you.  Let’s take a look at these wide ranging requirements and the ways ...

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Driving Under the Influence and Other Drink Driving Offences

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Drink driving is a serious offence, and if arrested for it, you need to contact a lawyer as soon as you can. There are several drunk driving offences with which you can be charged, including prescribed concentration of alcohol offences or PCAs. Some of the other offences include: Driving Under the Influence, DUI Refusing a Breath Test Refusing a Breath ...

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What to Do When You Get a Drink Driving Charge

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So you and your friends were just trying to have an enjoyable evening out, but the unspeakable has happened. You were pulled over and given a Drink Driving Charge. What began as a fun night out has now got you facing serious legal trouble. Drink Driving Is No Laughing Matter In Australia, like many other parts of the world, drink ...

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When The Driver Disappears: Fleeing The Scene Of An Accident

A Delaware school bus driver has created quite the rap sheet for herself after fleeing the scene of an accident in early November.  Kimberly Ogorek, after crashing the school bus she was driving into a utility pole, was charged with driving under the influence of prescription drugs, leaving the scene of an accident, failing to report an accident and failing ...

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