Daily Archives: March 1, 2012 - 3 results

Posted 5 years ago in Crime by Keith Ecker  
Student Testimony May Contradict Defendant’s Story

Potentially damning testimony was given by Rutgers University student who helped defendant Dharun Ravi set up the Webcam that was used to spy on his roommate, Tyler Clementi, as Clementi engaged in an intimate interaction with another man. A few days after Clementi became aware of the spying he committed suicide by jumping off the George Washington Bridge. Lokesh Ojha testified yesterday that he helped Ravi set up the Webcam so that it would show a clear view of Clementi’s …

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Posted 5 years ago in Elder Law Estate Planning by Jeremy Bromwell  
5 Common Estate-Planning Mistakes Among the Elderly

This is the second in a series of estate planning articles from EZLaw™.  EZLaw™ makes it easy to create a Last Will & Testament, Power of Attorney, or Living Will document, with the guidance of an attorney at a very affordable cost. As we grow older, our estate-planning needs change. Many seniors may mistakenly think a last will and testament is all they need to satisfy their estate plans. But that’s often not the case. Today, let’s look at the five most …

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Posted 5 years ago in Personal Injury by Keith Ecker  
Slip-and-Fall Costs Paula Abdul Nearly $1 Million

  Paula Abdul recently learned a $900,000 lesson in homeowner liability when she agreed to settle a claim that a woman injured herself after slipping and falling on the pop star’s driveway. In 2009, during the taping of Abdul’s reality series Hey Paula, Jill Kohl, who was part of the production team, allegedly fell and injured herself, claiming in her complaint that Abdul’s driveway “was in a dangerous and defective condition.” “Invitees are people you invite to your home for …

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