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Considering a Deferred Prosecution for DUI

A deferred prosecution is a provision in the law that says if you complete a treatment program, consume no alcohol, and do not use drugs, at the end of five years, your Driving under the Influence (DUI) charge will be dismissed from your record. Alcohol Deferred Prosecution To qualify for an...

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International

What to do if you are injured on public transit

No one can anticipate the exact time and place of an accident or injury, and that kind of an event can be absolutely terrifying - but here’s the good news about being injured on public transit: it was public. This means your legal team will almost certainly have access to footage and eyewitness...

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US Law

Your Guide to Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Workers' compensation insurance exists to protect workers after they become injured or ill in the workplace. However, the policies can be complex and difficult for employees to understand. Below is some information to help you understand your company's workers' compensation policy and the...

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Republic of Ireland

Using a mobile phone while driving in Ireland

The use of mobile phones while driving is becoming an ever increasing problem, which is why it is only right that the authorities are clamping down.  In Ireland, on average, 76 people are caught every day using their mobile phones when driving. In 2015 alone, just over 28,000 people were found to...

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