FL v. Robert Hayes Trial Day 4 – Det James Evans – Palm Beach Co. Sheriff’s Ofc. Part 3

Know Your Rights: Getting Familiar With Personal Injury Law

Personal injury is not a simple infliction of physical harm. It has a wider scope of cases that cause physical, emotional, and mental harm to victims due to the act or negligence of another party. The most common personal injuries in the US are due to car or vehicular accidents that vary from mild injuries to more severe damage that may result in death.

To Tan or Not to Tan

Summer is well and truly here folks, and like it or loathe it, we’ve been getting more than our fair share of sunshine. There are those that love nothing more than stripping off to top up a tan, whether it be in the back garden, at the salon, or on the beach, and then there are the fair-skinned types who run from the first beam of sunlight to avoid turning from white to red in a matter of minutes.

Councils to Receive 168m Pounds to Tackle Potholes

Anyone who has had the misfortune to cycle or drive over a pothole will know just how frustrating it can be. Besides being a widespread annoyance, potholes in pavements and roads are the cause of hundreds of accidents in the UK each year. A staggering amount of claims are made annually because of accidents caused by uneven paving and roads in need of repair, and the government’s move to specifically target the problem of potholes has been welcome by road-users all over the UK.

SAFETY COMPARISON – Automatic Doors and Manual Doors

The purpose of this article is to provide a basic comparison of the differences in the safe function and usage of automatic and manually operated doors of all kinds. The most basic issue in determining whether a door is considered to be functioning safely has to do with the inherent design that was created by the manufacturer of every specific door system. Automated and semi-automatic doors of many types are ubiquitous throughout the world.

Britain’s Top Ten Cosmetic Procedures

Advances in science and technology mean that cosmetic procedures are not as a frightening a prospect as they may have been in years gone by. Gone are the days when only the rich and famous could afford to enhance their looks with a quick visit (and long recovery) to a discreet cosmetic surgeon. Now, men and women who want a nip here and a tuck there are finding it more affordable to change certain aspects of themselves. In 2013, over 50,000 cosmetic procedures were performed in the UK alone, with a notable rise 41% rise from previous years in liposuction, and 13% more requests for breast enhancement surgery.

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