4 Tips For Negotiating A Fair Settlement With The Other Driver's Insurance Company

Posted on: 17 May 2016
If you are not happy with the settlement offer from the driver who caused the accident's insurance company following a car accident, there are steps you can take. Here are four tips that will help you negotiate a fair settlement offer with their insurance company. #1 Know What Number You Are Aiming For The first thing you need to do is figure out what number you want the insurance company to offer you and why.
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Using Songs On Your Vlog Without Violating The Law

Posted on: 2 May 2016
More and more people are creating vlogs to connect with audiences around the world. Adding music to your vlog (video blog) can be a great way to make it more appealing, but it's important that you are careful not to infringe on the rights of the artists responsible for the creative content contained within a piece of music. Here are three tips that you can use to ensure that your use of music doesn't violate copyright laws.
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What To Do If You Don't Agree With The Impartial Medical Exam Results

Posted on: 9 April 2016
As part of the workers' comp claim process, you may be ordered to undergo a medical exam with a doctor who is believed to be impartial, or not known to show bias towards patients or workers' comp. The report generated by this doctor is typically treated as binding medical evidence and given more weight than other evidence, which can be legally devastating for you if it minimizes the severity of your injuries or directly disputes reports provided by other healthcare professionals.
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Plan Your Estate Using A Revocable Trust

Posted on: 8 February 2016
A will plays an important role in estate planning, but wills are far from the only, or best, solution for quickly and conveniently dispersing property after death. A revocable trust, sometimes referred to as a living trust, can supplement or even take the place of a will if done correctly. To help you understand how a revocable trust can play a major part in your estate plan, read on. What can a revocable trust do?
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