The Law and You

Breaking News on Forced Arbitration Law

The House just passed the FAIR Act that would give millions of workers the right to sue their boss. The House just passed a groundbreaking bill that would restore legal rights to millions of American workers and consumers. Lawmakers voted 225-186 Friday to pass the Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal (FAIR) Act, a far-reaching bill that […]

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Finding a Personal Injury Attorney

Simply stated, the law is divided into two major areas: Criminal and Civil. Criminal cases involve government prosecution of individuals charged with illegal conduct, such as robbery or murder. Civil cases are those dealing with family law, corporate law and civil actions brought by one individual against another person or against a corporation. Personal injury […]

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9 Rules Insurance Companies Play By

9 Rules Insurance Companies Play By

Most of us pay insurance premiums–auto, health, and home, to name a few–to protect us in the case of accidents or damages. We expect the insurance companies to pay for what their policies promise, whether it’s our insurance policy or the insurance of person’s or company’s who caused the injury. Who has the best coverage? The insurance company, not the policyholders.

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Can Drivers Use Their Cell Phones At Stop Lights?

As of July 1, 2018, drivers can be fined $1,000 for texting at a stop sign or light. It is a violation of Oregon’s new Distracted Driving Law. That’s just for your first offense. The second offense goes up to $2,500. A third offense can bring the same monetary penalty plus time in jail. The […]

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