If you are beginning to experience health problems from the mold growing in your apartment, you may want to discuss this with your landlord right away. Mold can be toxic and if you are getting sick more often, it could be directly related to the mold that is present. If this happens, here are two steps you should take. Talk to your landlord The first step is to talk to your landlord about the mold.…Read More »
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If you were caught in the act of a serious crime but there were extenuating circumstances, you may have all the elements for a good “necessity” defense. Here are some fictional examples and real life cases to show you how it works. Robbery Some gunmen break into a bank manager’s house early in the morning. They tell the manager that he/she must go to the bank and rob the safe of its contents.…Read More »
If you’re in a no-fault car accident and require medical care, you may expect your insurance company to go after the driver who hit you. But if the insurance provider can’t obtain compensation for the medical expenses you incurred during your treatment from that driver, it can place a lien on your settlement instead. Your personal injury attorney refers to this as a subrogation claim. Here’s what you need to know about a subrogation claim, and what you can do to protect your settlement award from it.…Read More »