FL v. Anthony Todt Trial Day 1 – Ofc. Emily Seda – Osceola Co. Sheriff’s Office Part 3

Should America Change Our Firearm Laws After the Columbine Shooting?

On April 20, 1999, two high school students massacred a dozen of their classmates and injured countless others. They used sawed off shotguns, an automatic 9mm, and various other firearms to murder their peers. These boys (Eric Harris, and Dylan Klebold) bought illegal firearms and made explosives in one of the boys’ basements to use that day.

Study Looks at Auto Collisions and How To Avoid Them

Recently Allstate insurance company came out with its best drivers data for the year 2011. The report looked at the 200 largest cities in the United States in terms of car collision frequency to identify which cities on the list have the safest drivers. In the country the top city for safest driving is Fort Collins, Colorado which actually maintained the top spot for the 2nd year in a row.

Study Shows Traffic Fatalities Drop in States With Legal Medical Cards

A new study was published recently showing that states with legalized medical marijuana actually have fewer fatal auto accidents. It appears that this may be because marijuana users often substitute the drug in lieu of drinking alcohol. At this point in time 16 states and the District of Columbia have legalized medical marijuana for various debilitating conditions.

Who Is Covered Under the Defense Base Act

The Defense Base Act covers persons employed at overseas U.S. locations. The Act is an extension of the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA) and provides disability compensation and medical benefits to employees and death benefits to eligible survivors of covered workers.

Bankruptcy Cases and Bankruptcy Attorneys: Some Myths

If you have a good bankruptcy attorney by your side, filing for insolvency would not be a tough task. There are many people who think that filing for insolvency is really a tough task, what we call it a Herculean ordeal.

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