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October 18, 2020 in Personal Injury Lawyer | The Ledger Law Firm

Should I Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer?

Why Should I Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer? If you have recently been involved in a serious accident, then you might be wondering what to do next. As soon as you walk out of the hospital, you are going to be bombarded not only by medical paperwork but also by requests from insurance companies, law enforcement, and numerous other professionals.…
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October 12, 2020 in Tips & Advice

Pepper Spray is Legal! – Kind Of.

Pepper Spray is Legal! - Kind Of. If you or a loved one is starting college or living on their own for the first time, safety becomes a concern. Pepper spray is commonly seen in movies and T.V. shows as easy means of protection, but what is the reality of it? Pepper spray is legal in all 50 states, to…
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October 12, 2020 in car accident lawyer, Tips & Advice

What Should You Do If You are Pulled Over in Another State?

What Should You Do If You are Pulled Over in Another State? No one wants to see those flashing lights pull up behind them while they are driving, especially when they are out of their home state. In the unfortunate circumstance that you do get pulled over, what should you know about the situation? This question may not be one…
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October 10, 2020 in Tips & Advice

Does Being High Count as a DUI in the State of California?

Does Being High Count as a DUI in the State of California? One of the first and most important things you learn before you get behind the wheel is to never drink and drive. Luckily, ride-share apps such as Uber and Lyft make that situation easily avoidable, but it does not take away the possibility entirely. Though we are taught…
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Making a false or fraudulent workers compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater or by both imprisonment and fine.