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William W. Greenhalgh Student Writing Competition (Prize: $3,300)

Are you a law student? Then apply for the William W. Greenhalgh Student Writing Competition, sponsored by the Criminal Justice Section of the American Bar Association (ABA). Aim of William W. Greenhalgh Student Writing Competition The aim of the William W. Greenhalgh student writing competition is to attract students to the practice of criminal justice...

The Eviction Process: A Step-By-Step Guide

The eviction process can be a confusing and stressful time for both landlords and tenants. It’s important to understand the steps involved in the eviction process, in order to navigate the process smoothly and legally. This guide will break down the eviction process into easy-to-understand steps, including the notice period, court proceedings, and the actual...

5 Tips To Help Make Your Case In Personal Injury Court

After suffering an injury, either due to an accident or someone else negligence, you may be considering going to a personal injury court to seek justice. Filing a lawsuit in a personal injury court can be daunting, but it does not have to be. Here are some tips to make a strong case and help...

4 Ways To Successfully Prove Product Liability

This article will examine what you need to successfully prove product liability. Product liability is a type of tort where the manufacturer or seller of a product is held liable for damages caused by that product.  You can prove product liability even if you were not the purchaser of the product.  If you have been...

How To Write A Good Deposition Summary

Have you ever been involved in a deposition? If so, you should know the importance of a deposition summary. A deposition summary is important because it contains the relevant details from the witness in a case. When you’re writing a good deposition summary, it’s important to make sure that you’ve done your best to capture...

How Much Does Social Security Disability Pay Per Child?

When a parent is receiving Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, their children may also qualify to receive benefits based on the parent’s work history. Sadly, many people do not know the conditions to qualify for disability benefits. This blog post explains Social Security Disability benefits, and how a disabled parent can increase the amount of...

What To Do If You’re In A Rear End Accident

Rear-end collision is the type of car accident where a vehicle crashes into the car or another vehicle in front of it, hitting its rear end. This is the most common type of car accident, taking up about 29 percent of the total number of car crashes in the United States every year. Although common,...