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  • Birth Injuries Caused by Negligent Hospitals

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    Birth Injuries Caused by Negligent Hospitals

    Welcoming a new baby into this world is perhaps the greatest joy for all parents. And while most healthy, pregnant women deliver normal and healthy babies with little or no complications during the process. Sometimes, childbirth doesn’t go as smoothly and leads to a birth injury. While some birth injuries are unavoidable, others are a […] More

  • Seat Belt Statistics and Safety Guide
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    Seat Belt Statistics and Safety Guide

    Using seat belts saves thousands of lives every year. In the United States, the national use of seat belts in 2020 stands at 90.3%. Wearing seat belts is the most effective way to minimize injuries and save lives in a collision. They hold back drivers and passengers from being ejected. As many as 3 out […] More

  • Co-parenting during the Holidays
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    Co-parenting during the Holidays

    The holiday season is supposed to be a time of excitement, happiness, and joy for families. Most parents want to spend their holidays with their children; however, parents who have recently separated or divorced their spouse find it challenging to decide who gets the kids for the holidays. There is no doubt that co-parenting is […] More

  • What Happens After a Slip and Fall At Work?
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    What Happens After a Slip and Fall At Work?

    Getting injured after a slip and fall accident at work is not something you ordinarily plan for. A person may sustain different types of injuries in a slip and fall accident, including spinal injuries, fractures, and head trauma. Slip and fall accidents can happen to anyone at any time. There are several important steps a […] More

  • Moving Forward Financially After Divorce
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    Moving Forward Financially After Divorce

    Going through a divorce can be emotionally challenging but can also have a profound impact on your finances. After all, the same pool of assets and cumulative income supporting a family now has to support two separate households. Unfortunately, most people who file for divorce do not prepare themselves financially. As a result, they have […] More

  • The EAGLE Act – All You Need to Know
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    The EAGLE Act – What You Need to Know

    The Equal Access to Green Cards for Legal Employment (EAGLE) Act was introduced by Zoe Lofgren and John Curtis on June 2, 2021. The act aims to raise per-country caps for family-based visa categories. As well as, eliminate categorical per-country caps for employment-based visa categories to equalize the green card backlogs. In addition, the bill […] More

  • Hidden Dangers of Blind Spots and Liability
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    Hidden Dangers of Blind Spots and Liability

    The idea that you may not see a vehicle right next to you in broad daylight may seem to defy common sense. But it is one of the realities of driving. Blind spots are real. They are parts of the road that you can’t see by looking through your windscreen, rear-view, and side-view mirrors. And […] More

  • USCIS Launching New Expanded Civics Test for Naturalization Applications
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    USCIS Launching New Expanded Civics Test for Naturalization Applications

    The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) had announced that it would revise the naturalization civics test. President Trump introduced the new test and started it on March 1, 2021. He expanded the test with additional topics and questions. So, that applicants desiring US Citizenship would need to take the revised test. The passing […] More

  • Can an FBAR Penalty be Reduced or Eliminated Through an IRS Offer in Compromise

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    Can an FBAR Penalty be Reduced or Eliminated?

    When you go to file your yearly tax returns, you are probably aware of the amount of taxes owed to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). But many taxpayers are completely unaware of FBAR penalties that the IRS can charge against them. Especially if those FBAR penalties are delinquent or omitted. If your omission is willful, […] More

  • False Claims to US Citizenship Do Not Need to be Knowingly made to Make a Person Deportable

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    False Claims to US Citizenship Do Not Need to be Knowingly made to Make a Person Deportable

    A false claim to US citizenship can have a major impact on an individual’s immigration case. At times, children enter the US at a very young age. And their family members tell them that they are US citizens. Children might also feel like they are US citizens. Because their parents naturalized when they were very […] More

  • Can You Accidently Commit a Foreign Bank Account Reporting Violation?

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    Can You Accidently Commit a Foreign Bank Account Reporting Violation?

    It is becoming increasingly common for taxpayers to use foreign bank accounts or financial accounts for many reasons. Those who have such accounts need to know that the US government taxes them on all offshore income earned and deposited. Tax is also imposed on any investment income you have earned on offshore capital. Therefore, owners […] More

  • My Baby Suffered from Birth Asphyxia. What Can I Do?
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    My Baby Suffered from Birth Asphyxia. What Can I Do?

    Birth Asphyxia is a condition that arises when a baby does not receive an adequate oxygen supply to the brain. This can be before, during, or directly after the time of birth. The fifth-largest cause of infant mortality, birth asphyxia, occurs in approximately 4 out of 1000 full-term births. At times, cases of birth asphyxia […] More

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