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Hiring An Attorney For Dog Attack Injuries

Hey there, I am Erin Arnolds. I was simply walking down the street a year ago, minding my own business, when a dog burst out from behind a house and attacked me. I was helpless to protect myself from the ferocious bites and scratches from that angry animal. Neighbors finally came out and pulled the dog off me, which ended up saving my life. At the hospital, I received hundreds of stitches and stayed in a medically induced coma for several weeks. Upon coming out of the coma, I immediately called a lawyer to receive help suing the dog owners for the attack. I needed to have my hospital bills and lost wages covered by the owners of that vicious dog. Due to that experience, I created this site to help others learn how to hire a lawyer and obtain compensation for injuries caused by a dog attack.

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How To Fight Your Driving-Under-The-Influence Charge

Being embarrassed at finding yourself behind bars for driving under the influence (DUI) is only natural, but taking action and fighting back against those charges are important. A DUI conviction, even for first-timers, carries serious penalties that might include community service, loss of driving licenses, jail time, and thousands of dollars in fees, classes, penalties, and more. If you fail to take action, you might end up paying the price for your passivity in more ways than one. Read More 

Convicted of a Crime? It Could Affect Your Custody Case

Child custody laws vary from state to state, but judges typically make decisions based on what is in the best interests of the child. During your custody case, you must be careful not to do anything that makes the judge question your ability to provide a safe, stable environment for any children in your care. One factor that can affect the judge's perception of you as a parent is a criminal conviction on your record. Read More 

Daily Medications – Could They Land You A DWI?

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Avoid Accusations That You’re Waiting On A Big Payday By Taking These Steps

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Poking Holes In Police Mistakes During DUI Trial

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