September 2016

Important Things to Know About Juvenile DUI Laws and Penalties in the US
The US has zero tolerance for juvenile drunk driving. The consequences of committing a DUI are harsh, and include loss of license, fines, and jail time. While statistics show that young [...]
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Is there any Difference between Workers’ Compensation Claims and Personal Injury Cases?
An employee who is injured at a work site can either file a personal injury case or a workers’ compensation claim. Many people wrongly assume that the two are one [...]
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5 Common Mistakes to Avoid in Criminal Injury Cases
Steven woke one night to find a robber in his home. In the tussle that followed, Steven suffered a broken rib, but luckily the intruder was caught by the police. [...]
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Criminal Law 101: The Habeas Corpus Petition Process Explained
If you or someone you know has been wrongly detained, you should consider filing a habeas corpus petition in court. Habeas corpus (translation: produce the body) is an important legal [...]
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What Does Half-Time Motion Mean in A Criminal Defense Case?
One way to get a criminal charge dismissed is by filing a half-time motion in court. This motion is filed by the defendant to dismiss criminal charges filed by the [...]
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How to Make a Personal Injury Claim for a Sports Injury?
Taking part in sports is a great way to remain in top shape, both mentally and physically. Almost every sport carries the risk of injuries such as a bruise, bump, [...]
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What is Colossus and How Does it Relate to Personal Injury Cases?
Colossus is a computer application that is used by insurance companies, and some attorneys, to evaluate personal injury claims. The software helps in determining the settlement value of the claims. [...]
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How to Maximize Personal Injury Settlements
Whether you have sustained an injury in an auto accident, a workplace, someone else’s home, or due to medical malpractice, the result is usually great emotional and financial hardship. The cost [...]
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Rickards defeats DUI and Refusal in Middletown, New Jersey
The Law Office of Jordan B. Rickards recently represented a client charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and refusal to submit to an alchotest (sometimes erroneously called a “breathalyzer”) [...]
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Should You Hire a Family Law Attorney for a Prenuptial Agreement?
A prenuptial agreement may be the last thing in the minds of most couples that are about to marry, but its importance can’t be emphasized enough. In a prenuptial agreement [...]
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