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7 Safety Tips to Avoid Accidents in the Workplace

No one expects to be injured on the job, but accidents happen all the time. According to the National Safety Council, there are about 4.1 million workplace injuries each year in the United States. Many of these injuries could have been prevented if employees had been more aware of their surroundings and taken a few…

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Benefits of Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer

Personal injury lawyers are a pivotal component of success for many injury victims. A good personal injury lawyer will know the ins and outs of injury law, as well as how to deal with insurance companies. They will also have a wealth of resources at their disposal, including medical experts and investigators. They deal with…

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When Trucking Companies’ Negligence Leads to Accidents

There are times, of course, when an accident involving a semi-truck is unavoidable, such as when bad weather creates unsafe driving conditions. All too often, however, accidents occur that could easily have been avoided if the trucking company had taken precautions and avoided negligent business practices. In those situations, the fault for the accident most…

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Reasons Why U.S. Immigration Officials Might Deny Your Visa Request

You saved up for years to immigrate to the United States, but your visa request was denied. You thought you had everything in order, so you’re stunned. What happened? There are several different reasons why you may receive a denial for a visa even though you seemingly meet all the requirements to qualify for one.…

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Dealing With Worries About Deportation

If you are an immigrant in the United States, you may not have a visa, green card or valid permit which allow you to stay in the country for a long period of time. This can mean that you do not feel safe from being deported, and you may even worry about leaving the house…

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How Do DUIs Affect Your “Good Moral Character” Designation for Immigration Purposes?

Whether applying to immigrate to the US or fighting a deportation order, showing your good moral character is crucial. In 2019, the U.S. Attorney General made a decision that affected how courts across the country defined good moral character. He declared that two DUI offenses within a specific timeframe are proof that someone lacks good…

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Why Is Driving Under the Influence So Dangerous?

Drunk driving, or driving under the influence (DUI) is an incredibly dangerous and selfish act to engage in. Everyone knows drunk driving is illegal, it has been for years, and there have been countless campaigns against it. Yet many argue they are fine to drive after a few beers. They probably do not understand the…

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Big Trucks Carry Big Risks On the Road For Other Drivers

Commercial vehicles help transport large groups of people and large quantities of merchandise, goods and supplies from one end of the country to the other. Their massive size makes them an efficient means of transporting cargo over land. Unfortunately, their size also makes them a significant source of danger to others on the road. There…

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What Family Members Can Citizens Sponsor For Immigration?

As a United States citizen, one of your rights is the right to sponsor your family members if they want to move to the U.S. but are citizens of another country. Regardless of whether you are a natural-born citizen or a naturalized citizen, family immigration can be a way for you to reconnect with the…

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