3 Ways That Environmental Law May Impact Your Small Business

If you run a small business, you still have to follow the environmental laws set out by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as well as your state. Being small doesn't exclude you from these rules. Here are three areas of environmental law that may impact your small business. #1 Air Pollution One area of the environment that is very well regulated is air pollution. Air pollution regulations do not just apply to factories with large smoke stacks; they could apply to your small business as well. Read More 

4 Reasons To Hire A Car Accident Attorney

If you have been involved in a car accident, proving that you were not at fault for the situation can prove difficult if the other party involved is denying their fault in the matter. At this point, you should definitely hire a car accident attorney, especially for these four specific reasons: Look for Mistakes on the Police Report: If there are any mistakes on the police report, it can be dismissed in court, which is good if the police report does not do anything to back your claim that you were not at fault. Read More 

Could Unnecessary Dental Procedures And Sedation Putting Your Child At Risk Of Injury Or Death?

Could your child be put at risk by unnecessary dental procedures and the use of anesthesia in the hands of someone who is more interested in profits than patient care? This is what you should know in order to protect your child. What is causing alarm among pediatric dentists and parents alike? Do you feel safe entrusting your child's safety and very life to someone whose only experience with oral sedatives and dental sedation is a weekend course? Read More 

How Foreseeability Impacts Your Negligence Case

There are many aspects to a negligence case that can impact whether you win or lose, one of which is whether your injuries were a foreseeable consequence of the situation. Here's more information about this facet of your personal injury case to help you better prepare your case. Foreseeability Defined The law defines foreseeable risk as something a reasonable person could predict would happen based on available information about the situation. Read More