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Common Types of Slip & Fall Injuries

Slip and Fall Injuries Common Types that come from Negligence There are approximately 8 million trips to the emergency room every year that are attributed to slipping, tripping or falling. Here are some common incidents that may stem from negligence of an employer or business. Many people are unaware that these incidences are neglect on the store owner’s part. • Icy sidewalk, porch or driveway that has unnatural accumulations of snow or ice. • A spill and fall in a store that was slick after cleaning without warnings posted • Uneven sidewalk or floorboard • Wet products on floor such… Read More →

Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples

Estate Plans for Unmarried Couples Even if you are not “legally” married you will want to be prepared in the event of your unexpected death or the death of your partners. If you are not legally married then your partner will not be entitled to any Social Security or other benefits and any notice of probate proceedings. Without a well-crafted estate plan, your partner will have no right to your STUFF. The law is in favor of marriage. So if you want to provide for your partner after you pass away, you need an estate plan that gives you a… Read More →

Texting While Driving Means Negligence

Texting While Driving Means Negligence According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), every day about 9.5 people are killed and 1,000 are injured by distracted driving.Texting while driving is the most dangerous form of driver distraction. More people today are preoccupied with their cell phones and don’t see the danger of answering text messages while on the road. It takes your focus off the road even if for a split second, which is long enough to cause an accident. I took Propecia for 2 years and had zero new growth and it didn’t keep me from losing my… Read More →

End of Life Matters

End of Life Matters are You Ready?   Two thirds of Americans are not prepared for end of life by avoiding the most necessary plans. Do you have a health care directive? You think I don’t need to worry about that now and put it off till later. Procrastination in this matter is a killer literally because you don’t have your future secured. Taking care of yourself at the end of life is as vital as at the beginning. This involves mostly your family and how difficult the transition will be for them in these matters. A well laid out… Read More →

Five Advantages of a Living Trust

Five Advantages of a Living Trust The best time to prepare a Living Trust is when you are healthy and can make sound financial decisions. It will provide a secure future for your loved ones and save them from hours in the court process. Thank You Great information with great delivery. Cymbalta is one of the fine things. I have been taking Cymbalta for 6 months now. At first, it made me feel a little sluggish and I had that medicated feeling on 30 mg for the first four weeks. But by week 4 was feeling a lot better mentally… Read More →

If you’re wealthy Inmate, you can hang yourself and take Guards with You

Is prison security equal? This may be a rhetorical question because of the simple fact that someone in prison is theoretically always secure. But are some prisoners more secure because of their wealth? Jeffrey Epstein, the multimillionaire who allegedly committed rape of underage children, was found hanging in his jail cell. But what about the other inmates who are found every year in similar fatal positions? In the case of Jeffery Epstein, the two federal guards involved were criminally charged with neglecting their duties and falsifying records to cover up the death. How is this different? The simple answer can… Read More →

Do Something Different to Get a Different Result! CREATE YOUR OWN BUSINESS!

Create your own Business. You’ve been thinking about it for years but somehow life got in the way. You’ve had wonderful ideas in the night, just to abandon them when the alarms remind you that you’re running late for work. Those ideas are Universal Gifts to you. They’re the seed of your independence and enlightenment. Don’t fret if you didn’t jot them down, the gifts are endless. You just have to be ready to receive them. The legal point here as well is that the Federal Government rewards capitalism and entrepreneurial enterprise. The true road to riches and freedom starts… Read More →

Protect Your Assets!

Protect, Protect, Protect. Did I mention protect? I can’t say it enough. Protect all your actions. Create the right entities to get the maximum results from your efforts. Create entities such as: living trusts which gives probate protection; corporations which gives tax benefits and personal liability protections; Family Limited Partnerships, which gives lawsuit liability and asset protection; life insurance trusts for estate tax protection; and I can go on. The plain simple fact is that you can achieve your dream of independence and freedom, with a little effort. Right action is about giving a little effort to achieve maximum yield.… Read More →

Top 6 Reasons to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney

Injured in a Car Accident? Top 6 Reasons to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney 1. Manage the legal aspects of your case so that you can focus on recovering. Having a car accident is a big deal. Your personal property may be damaged. You may have incurred injuries and experience a setback in losing paid time from work. You may even have physical therapy and other medical expenses to top it all off. You deserve to be compensated for all your injuries and expenses. An attorney can do what he is qualified to do so you can focus on recovering.… Read More →


It’s easy to procrastinate when it comes to certain tasks (especially when they’re related to estate planning). But don’t you always feel better when you can check something off your to-do list? Misconceptions about estate planning can make the process of creating a plan more confusing than it needs to be, so let’s set the record straight. Here are a few common myths that may be holding you back: Myth 1: “A basic will is enough.” Having a will is better than having nothing at all, but you can do better. An advance directive, health care power of attorney and… Read More →