Daily Archives: November 19, 2012 - 4 results


Posted 2 years ago in Personal Injury by Sylvia Hsieh  
Worker Wins $64 Million after Construction Site Accident

Ronald Bayer was 36-years-old when he took a fall while on the job that changed his life forever. In 2007, Bayer was building an Illinois warehouse for the electronics firm Panduit when, while walking on an iron beam, he tripped. Bayer fell 20 feet and landed head first. He remains paralyzed. Bayer’s attorney, Clifford Horwitz, argued there were studs sticking out of the iron beams that caused him to trip and no harnessing equipment had been installed which could have …

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Posted 2 years ago in Divorce Video Your Family & The Law by Betsy Kim  
Ways to Tell if Your Husband Is Cheating [Video]

  Divorce. It’s often preceded by infidelity. Lawyers.com Editor-in-Chief Larry Bodine provides some basic tips on how you can tell if your husband is cheating on you. Here are actions you can take without hiring a private eye. There’s usually a multiplicity of trails that can lead an investigating spouse to the tell-tale signs of infidelity. Today’s social media and electronic communications are often areas where people reveal their cheating ways.  While Lawyers.com does not necessarily advocate snooping into your husband’s …

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Posted 2 years ago in Criminal Law Social Networks by Michele Bowman  
Zimmerman’s Lawyer Uses Internet To Sway Public Opinion

Not to be outdone by either the state or the parents of the victim, all of whom have been active in one way or another in the media, George Zimmerman and his legal team continue to inundate the Internet with their side of the Trayvon Martin murder case. After a misstep in October that resulted in the posting on the Internet of a private email requesting that a supporter help them scour the Internet for “the most potentially questionable statements …

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Posted 2 years ago in Criminal Law by Aaron Kase  
Looting, Fraud on the Rise After Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy had hardly finished its rampage across the eastern United States when the looting began. Reports quickly popped up about burglars entering homes and shops to make off with contents that hadn’t been destroyed by the storm. A handful of arrests have been reported across the region so far for looting, with many more anecdotal accounts of the free-for-all. Unfortunately, looting is a common occurrence following a major storm. “It’s more or less a crime of opportunity,” says Bruce A. …

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