Traffic Accident Claims Soar Up in the UK – 5 Tips to Win Your Accident Claim

United Kingdom has been dubbed as ‘Whiplash Capital of Europe” by its own Transport Secretary; Justine Greening. The fundamental reason behind this is soaring number of accident claims in the country. According the a report in the Daily Mail; the number of claims is soaring up by 20% each year. This figure is not less… Continue reading Traffic Accident Claims Soar Up in the UK – 5 Tips to Win Your Accident Claim

Fairfax Reckless Driving Tips

If you have been charged with Reckless Driving in Fairfax County, below are few things you should know before going to court. Reckless Driving is a Criminal Charge If you are convicted, reckless driving is a criminal conviction and will be put on your criminal record. Once convicted, you can not obtain an expungement to… Continue reading Fairfax Reckless Driving Tips

Establishing a Dollar Amount to Your Personal Injury Claim

There are many variables to consider when making an attempt to put a dollar amount on a personal injury case. Awarded compensation for an injury sustained as a result of another’s negligence should cover the injured party’s hospital bills, medical bills, and prolonged care. But then it becomes more unclear further on because injured victims… Continue reading Establishing a Dollar Amount to Your Personal Injury Claim

Conrad 30 J-1 Waiver Program Set to End – What Does It Mean and Can Proposed New Law Save the Day?

Since 1994, the Conrad 30 (“J-1 Waiver”) program allows each state (plus Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands) to sponsor up to 30 physicians for J-1 waivers each year. The J-1 waiver lets J-1 physicians work immediately after training, rather than return to their home countries for two years as required… Continue reading Conrad 30 J-1 Waiver Program Set to End – What Does It Mean and Can Proposed New Law Save the Day?

Ms. Ramjattan Beats the Gallows in Trinidad

Amnesty International and other human rights groups report that over half the countries in the world have now abolished the death penalty in law or practice. Specifically, Amnesty International reports that 63 countries and territories have abolished the death penalty for all crimes, while 91 other countries, a number of which are in the English… Continue reading Ms. Ramjattan Beats the Gallows in Trinidad