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Tourists and self-defense against assault

In only a little while, Biketoberfest will be here again, bringing with it thousands of bikers, beer chugging and raucous good times. Of course, there is always the possibility that things might get out of hand during the festival, and an act of violence might take place. If violence does occur, the individuals involved may face assault charges. These individuals would want to make sure that they have proper guidance from an attorney who understands how to defend against assault charges, and also understands how to defend tourists.

Should I admit fault at the scene of an accident?

After a car accident, you may believe that you are fully partially at fault. Does this mean that you should claim fault in the accident? No, in fact it is never wise to admit fault. This is not to say that you should always claim that you are innocent, but rather that it is wiser to refrain from saying anything that may incriminate you.

An attorney can help you appeal a denied insurance claim

So, you were involved in an accident. You've submitted your claim to the other driver's insurance, but it was denied. Now what are you supposed to do? After all, it seemed like a pretty open-and-shut case when you were at the scene. While this kind of situation may seem like the end of the road, it is not. In fact, it is rather common for insurers to deny a claim if they find any particular reason to justify doing so. Fortunately, an experienced attorney knows how to push back against the insurer and pursue a fair resolution to your accident.

Does Florida have zero tolerance laws?

For those over 21, DUI laws typically center around the .08 blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit. Adult drivers who show slight traces of alcohol -- perhaps from having a beer with dinner -- may not wind up with a DUI as long as they're not impaired.

How you can reduce your risk of being injured in a taxi crash

Researchers have combed the records of millions of crash cases involving both commercial vehicles and personal ones across the world and the verdict is finally in. If you have a choice, you may want to choose to ride in a taxi that's yellow, according to a recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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