Making A Dog's Owner Pay For Your Injuries

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You have the right to take a walk in your own neighborhood or local park without fearing a dog attack, but when the worst happens and you are injured by a dog, you should know that you may be entitled to compensation. The dog’s owner is responsible for that dog’s actions, and no matter how minor the injury, you may suffer a great deal of pain, medical bills, and missed work.…

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Tips For Defending Against A Domestic Violence Charge

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Domestic violence is a criminal act that the government is keen on eradicating, and it takes it seriously. However, every criminal suspect is innocent until proven guilty. Therefore, if you have been charged with domestic violence, use the following tactics to defend yourself: Ask For a Continuance Domestic violence cases are usually dispensed of very fast. This is good from the victim’s point of view, especially if the allegations are true.…

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When It's Time To Revisit A Parenting Plan: Making Adjustments For The Older Child

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If you are the divorced parent of a minor child, you already know how contentious and divisive issues that concern children can be. You likely have a well thought-out parenting plan in place, but that plan may not be working as well as it once did. As children get older, plans may need to be adjusted. Read on to learn more about altering parenting plans and your child’s part in that process.…

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