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Rideshare Accidents: Who is Liable? The Driver or the Company

Image source Rideshare accidents are becoming increasingly common as the popularity of companies like Uber and Lyft continues to grow. While these companies have insurance policies to cover damages, there is often confusion about who is liable in the event of an accident. In some cases, the driver may be found at fault, while in others, the rideshare company may be held responsible. Here are four instances where liability may fall... ❯❯❯

What Is ANPR and Why Is It Used?

ANPR systems are now a familiar sight on roads and car parks throughout the UK, but how many people actually know what ANPR stands for and indeed what it is used for. ANPR stands for Automatic Number Plate Recognition, and it is a technology that is designed to read the number plates of vehicles and provides location data to interested parties. The appropriate information is recorded using scanners or cameras, and the results can be... ❯❯❯

The Process of Becoming a Licensed Private Investigator

Depending on the state, there are a number of requirements for obtaining licenses to become a private investigator. In some cases, a criminal conviction will impact whether or not an applicant can be licensed to practice. Some states may require education and experience to be considered qualified. Some will require a bachelor's degree in a related field, while others will require experience in a related field. There are several... ❯❯❯

Most Common Types of Personal Injury Claims

Personal injury law is interesting, because there are so many mitigating circumstances involved in each case. When it comes to actually filing a personal injury case and taking a certain individual or party to court, you have to be sure that you were not at fault. These types of claims are usually filed in civil court – not criminal court – and there is no jury. The judge is the sole person to decide if the... ❯❯❯

How SEO and SEM Can Be a Recipe for Success

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of optimizing your website for search engines.  Essentially, you’re demonstrating that your website is both authoritative, valuable and trustworthy. This is a way of getting your website to rank on Google (and other search engines) organically for certain keywords. Meanwhile, Search Engine Marketing (SEM) is the paid alternative – advertising, if you will.  This is... ❯❯❯

OSHA Record Keeping Guidelines

What do you know about U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) record keeping regulations? OSHA tracks injuries and accidents involving forklifts, pallet jacks, aerial lifts, scissor lifts, and other aerial work platforms. Which means employers need to keep track of their training records, safety program and more. Without a thorough record keeping platform, your company could be subject to expensive fines and... ❯❯❯

What Is a Third-Party Claim?

A third-party claim is a liability claim filed by an employee who sustains serious workplace injuries caused by a person or entity other than the employer. This claim allows the injured employee to collect damages for pain, emotional suffering, and loss of independence that are not covered under workers’ compensation. Worker’s compensation only takes care of lost earnings and medical fees. This system bars the injured... ❯❯❯

Finding a legal recruiter for a consumer law practice

Choosing a reliable legal recruiter for a consumer law practice requires patience and due diligence. It involves speaking with a couple of different recruiters, verifying their legitimacy, and narrowing it down to those with a presence in the specific region of interest. It also involves asking potential recruiters the right questions, checking their reviews online, and seeking feedback from their previous clients. Speaking with... ❯❯❯

How The Bail Bonds Process Works

The aftermath of an arrest can be a difficult time. After you have been put in jail and your freedom is taken away from you, it is not uncommon to start brainstorming the next legal step to take, at least to regain your freedom. If you are caught in the loop of this thought process, rest easy knowing that all hope is not lost, irrespective of the offenses for which you have been arrested. Below are some of the important information... ❯❯❯

5 Money Saving Tips for Digital Nomads

A digital nomad is an individual who is able to leverage the power of digital and electronic technologies to earn a living and live a life in a nomadic manner. Such people work from remote areas such as foreign countries, libraries, coffee shops, and recreational vehicles. The goal is to complete tasks and goals that would traditionally be done in a conventional work environment. They work on any freelance gigs or sell products... ❯❯❯