If you have to drive a lot during winter, you know that cleaning ice off your car helps you see and drive more safely. But sometimes it can be really tempting to just clear off the windshield and windows, especially if you're in a hurry. This is a bad idea -- if there's ice on your car, you need to clear all of it off before you drive. Ice can fly off moving cars and cause damage to other vehicles and property, as well as cause potentially fatal injuries to people.
- If you get pulled over and charged for a DUI case, you might think that your life has come to a screeching halt. This isn't the case, because it still has to go before court and you still have a lot of work to do in order to make sure that you receive a not guilty verdict, plea bargain or lenience with sentencing. No matter how you look at it, the ball is in your court, but you have to be sure that you go about things in a way that is helpful to you.
- Slip and fall accidents aren't always as simple as they seem. Just because you slipped on another's property does not automatically entitle you to damages. The barrier to a claim is proof of negligence. Negligence works on two levels. The first part is your own negligence; the second part is the negligence of the property owner or manager. What is Negligence in Slip and Fall Cases? You likely know the dictionary definition of negligence, but it's a whole different thing when applied as a legal construct.
- Cyber-bullies, people who hide behind the internet's curtain of anonymity in order to bully, stalk and otherwise harass their targets, can inflict a great deal of damage on your life. What do you do if you've been targeted by someone who seems intent on using the internet to hurt you in any way that he or she can, but you don't even know who he or she is? What Kind Of Damage Can A Cyberbully Do?
- If you have recently been convicted of a crime, you know that this type of thing will follow you around forever. But depending on the severity of your crime, or whether or not you had a previous criminal record before this recent conviction, you may be able to remove this conviction from your record. Your state laws will govern the possibility of this happening, but it may be possible for you to remove this mark forever by way of an expungement.