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172 killed every month in road traffic accidents on Ghana’s roads

September 24, 2013

Shocking statistics regarding road deaths in Ghana have come to light, highlighting the terrible loss of life that occurs on a daily basis. In the first half of 2013 alone 1,033 people have been killed in road traffic accidents and if that wasn’t enough; there have been 6,839 accidents on the country’s roads in just […]

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Negligent Care of Children

September 8, 2013

Placing your child into daycare and trusting the people there to care for them can be one of the most difficult decisions a parent will make. It is often common to see a child start daycare by the age of 6 weeks. Finding a daycare you can trust can take weeks or months. It is […]

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Evidence of Your Personal Injury

September 4, 2013

Okay, so you got into a personal injury accident, and now you want to file a personal injury lawsuit against the person who negligently caused your injuries. Well, you’ve found, picked, and named your defendant, but how are you going to prove that he or she negligently caused your accident and personal injury? You’re not […]

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Stricter sentencing could see dangerous dog owners face life in prison

September 4, 2013

New penalties for owners of dogs in England and Wales who kill or injure a person are being considered by the government. The current maximum prison sentence for allowing a dog that kills or injures someone to be dangerously out of control is two years, but under new proposals owners could face life in prison. […]

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Strong and Weak Personal Injury Cases

August 26, 2013

(US law) Personal injury cases come in all shapes and sizes; and, some of them are strong, but some of them are weak. Why does this difference matter? Well, apart from the often obvious and very general advantages to what is strong over what is weak, if you have a strong personal injury case then […]

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Motorcycle Accidents: What Causes Them and Who is Responsible

August 26, 2013

Motorcycle Accidents: What Causes Them and Who is Responsible There aren’t many bikers out there who wouldn’t say that riding motorcycles isn’t just a mode of transportation; it’s a way of life. Unfortunately, this love for the free feeling that’s felt when traveling down the open roads on a motorcycle puts bikers at increased risk […]

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Hard Hats On! Critical Information for Keeping Safe on the Construction Site

August 25, 2013

Hard Hats On! Critical Information for Keeping Safe on the Construction Site Construction site safety should be a priority for everyone. The company, the employees, even the delivery people should always have safety on their mind. The simple nature of a construction site makes it a dangerous place to be. There are many laws and […]

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Look Both Ways: How and Why to Avoid a Pedestrian Accident at all Costs

August 6, 2013

Look Both Ways: How and Why to Avoid a Pedestrian Accident at all Costs Being involved in a car accident can range from a minor annoyance to a tragic event. Most drivers think that they’re safe behind the wheel, but research from the insurance industry shows that the average driver will have to file an […]

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Do you know what to do if you’ve been in a car accident?

July 15, 2013

Accidents happen in a matter of seconds but can affect you for the rest of your life. It’s an old cliché, but accidents happen. Every minute of every day, somebody somewhere suffers in a road traffic accident. Whether the accident was your fault or not it’s important to know just what to do in those […]

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Legal Aid Cuts – What You Need to Know

July 5, 2013

New legal aid reforms proposed by the government in early June have been met with outrage by barristers, defendants and human rights organisations. The plans are one of a number of reforms, such as the recent Jackson Reforms introduced in April 2013, which have been proposed to cut the cost of legal services in the […]

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