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Protecting Unmarried Couples Relationships

Posted on September 2, 2021 by Michael Smith
A power of attorney is a legal document which permits you to dictate who you want to make decisions on your behalf.While there are many useful purposes for a power of attorney, they are especially important to unmarried couples, which live together, when a partner becomes incapacitated and not able to make decisions.In such circumstances, the law usually designates the incapacitated person's next of kin as the decision maker...

How to Talk to the Police if Your Suspected of a Crime

Posted on August 10, 2021 by Michael Smith
If you are suspected of a crime, the police can come to your house or work or find you on the road to speak with you.Usually it'll be a detective in plain clothes in an unmarked car who will want to speak with you.You may find a card from the detective under your door, or a message on your phone from him asking you to call.You always have the right to stay silent, as anything you say to a police detective will be used against you in court...

Protect Your Business With Non-Disclosure Agreements

Posted on July 10, 2021 by Michael Smith
Every business should protect proprietary information when dealing with independent contractors, vendors and other companies.The best way to do it is to use a non-disclosure agreement, frequently known as an"NDA."What's an NDA?An NDA is an agreement between two parties to safeguard confidential information disclosed in a business transaction.The proprietary information can include business procedures, financing, customer lists, and anything that is not already readily available in the public arena...

Cases Involving Defective Products

Posted on June 3, 2021 by Michael Smith
Annually, millions of individuals are being harmed by defective products.A defective product is a product that causes harm or injury to a person.A product may be regarded as defective for many diverse reasons such as design defect, failure to warn, failure to guard, unfit for intended use, defect in construction, or a defect in materials.With this, defective product claims can be based on negligence, strict liability, or breach of warranty of fitness depending on the jurisdiction within which the claim is based...

Quadriplegia: Victims Seeking Legal Help

Posted on May 21, 2021 by Michael Smith
When an injury occurs to the spinal cord is happens, the cord isn't typically cut but the thin fibrous extensions of nerve cells surrounded by the vertebrae are crushed and ruined.Pathways of the nerve cells, called axons, in the cord are disrupted after an injury to the cable occurs and a person loses control and feeling over critical body functions.Quadriplegia (also known as Tetraplegia) is a individual who has a spinal cord injury close to the top of the spine (between C1 to T1)...