Should You Help With Injuries After A Car Accident?


A car accident is a terrifying experience. In some instances, you or other other diver are not hurt and can walk away from the accident. However, you may get into an accident in which you are not injured but the other person in your accident is hurt. You may not know what to do, particularly if you do not have a medical background. The following are some things you need to know if this happens to you:

6 February 2019

How A Mistrial Can Help Your Criminal Case


When your criminal defense case has gone to court, you may encounter a mistrial -- this is when the trial fails to be brought to completion. In this case, your trial is considered void and it will not have any bearing on your case in the present, past, or future. The number of mistrials might be increasing as jurors rely on mobile devices to perform research on the facts of the case, leading to a tainted jury.

13 November 2018

Pedestrian Hit By Personal Injury Attorney: What This Irony Means To You


Despite the many bad lawyer jokes, lawyers are people too. They get into some of the same troubles and problems as everyone else, including accidents. If you were recently hit by a personal injury lawyer while walking or riding your bike, there is quite a bit of irony in this. You should remember first and foremost that the irony is not the main point, but the fact that you were hit by someone in his/her car, and that is a personal injury case.

17 September 2017

What To Expect In Your Security Guard Training Course


If you're looking for a rewarding job that comes with some degree of authority, then becoming a security guard could be the right career path for you. Security guards are often employed by retail stores, apartment complexes, and large venues as a means of protecting assets and keeping the peace. However, you shouldn't expect to become a security guard without proper training. Depending on the company with which you interview, there's a good chance you'll be sent through a training course before you're officially hired.

5 February 2015