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  • Comparative Negligence in Auto Injury Cases

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    Comparative Negligence in Auto Injury Cases

    “Whose fault was it?” is one of the most often asked inquiries following an incident. The notion of comparative fault governs all states. When one or more parties claim to be at fault, the jury allocates responsibility to everyone involved. Including the parties alleged to be at fault. But, who can the plaintiff sue? So […] More

  • Understanding Tax Credits for Businesses and Individuals

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    Understanding Tax Credits for Businesses and Individuals

    Taxpayers can deduct a certain amount from their tax liability through a tax credit. Tax credits, as opposed to deductions, reduce the tax owing rather than only the taxable income. Individuals and businesses in specified regions, classifications, or industries may be eligible for various tax credits. It is our goal to help you get a […] More

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    Things You Should Know to Avoid False Claims

    Dealing with an accident can be very stressful and time-consuming for many people. The hassle of dealing with other parties and getting your car repaired makes a car accident very tedious. What can make this even worse is when someone files false claims against you, specifically, in this case, claims related to auto accidents. A […] More

  • Understanding Tax Accounting and the Importance of Year-Round Maintenance

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    Understanding Tax Accounting and Year-Round Tax Maintenance

    Accounting for tax purposes is a significant subject. The demand for tax accountants will not diminish. Even though accounting software is now available to assist consumers in handling their finances. So, understanding tax accounting and year-round tax maintenance is essential for everyone. As a specialist activity, you can’t ignore tax accounting. Regardless of the organization’s […] More

  • CDC Issues COVID-19 Updates for Air Travelers to the United States

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    CDC Issues COVID-19 Updates for Air Travelers to the United States

    COVID-19 Updates: Effective immediately and until the end of April 18, 2022, CDC’s January 29, 2021 order mandating masks worn on public transit and at transportation hubs will no longer be in force. The CDC has decided not to implement the order in light of this. The CDC recommends that people use face masks while […] More

  • Think Twice When Using Social Media during Family Law Matters

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    Think Twice When Using Social Media during Family Law Matters

    On any given day, most of us use at least use one of these social media platforms and messaging services. Whether it’s Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, Messenger, or YouTube. Regarding family law, the development of social platforms has made it easier to get a wide range of evidence. Particularly in parental situations. Keep Divorce and […] More

  • Signs That Your Baby May Have NEC from Drinking Baby Formula

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    Signs That Your Baby May Have NEC from Drinking Baby Formula

    Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) is a dangerous digestive illness for preterm infants. As a result of the disease, the intestinal tissue begins to die due to inflammation. It can cause a hole or puncture in your baby’s intestine with this disease. Allowing bacteria to enter the abdomen or circulation through the opening. In most cases, NEC […] More

  • Causes of Roundabout Accidents

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    Causes of Roundabout Accidents

    A roundabout is a crossroads with a central ring where only one direction of traffic may flow. For drivers, bikers, and pedestrians, they are becoming more and more popular. Unfortunately, drivers who do not understand how to drive on a roundabout or who do not follow the laws and cause an accident are a problem. […] More

  • How to Obtain an O-1 Visa as an Entrepreneur
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    How to Obtain an O-1 Visa as an Entrepreneur

    When someone becomes an expert in their field, they want to go bigger. The world still views the United States as the land of opportunities. In fact, the U.S. welcomes innovation and highly skilled individuals. But to get anywhere, it is important to first get a visa. The United States has unlimited types of visas […] More

  • Fraud – Continuing to Pull Back the Curtain on Federal Relief Abuses
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    Fraud – Continuing to Pull Back the Curtain on Federal Relief Abuses

    The last two years saw one of the biggest frauds in U.S history. Recording a theft of more than $80 billion dollars intended to help those affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic. Almost 10 percent of the 800 billion dollar fund given out for the Paycheck Protection Program or PPP under the COVID relief plan was […] More

  • Differences between Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Cases
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    Differences between Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Cases

    An unfortunate incident such as an accident that causes injury or even results in the death of a person. This can leave the victims involved very confused regarding what their legal rights are after such an incident. The defendant or defendants might be liable. Therefore requiring them to pay a certain amount of money for […] More

  • Collaborative Divorce for High Net-Worth Families

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    Collaborative Divorce for High Net-Worth Families

    What Is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative divorce is a relatively new method of handling divorce in a cooperative and non-confrontational style. Making the process more amicable and allowing the couple to retain more wealth for themselves, their kids, and their charities. Divorce can get unpleasant and ugly very fast. Emotions are high, especially when involving children. […] More

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