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According to recent statistics, approximately 25% of Australian couples have experienced some form of domestic violence in their relationship. There have been inroads in domestic violence law to bring its perpetrators to justice. Domestic violence victims can now get a reprieve under tort law. As a victim...

Road safety is a primary concern for drivers. How they drive greatly affects not only them but also the general public. Indeed, accidents can happen due...

Businesses use stringent quality control measures to ensure that a defective product never leaves the conveyor belt. Companies even employ Six Sigma experts...

A non-custodial parent is someone who wasn’t able to win the custody rights of their child in court. They can still meet with their child, though,...

There are many reasons people want to get a divorce, with many of them arising from irreconcilable differences and marital misconduct. In the State of...

Getting divorced can be stressful, which is why it’s important to hire an attorney who can help you throughout the process. Here are some questions that...

Charged with a crime? Keep in mind that the process of going to trial can be stressful and time-consuming. You need to find a dedicated criminal lawyer...

More than 72,000 domestic violence victims in the U.S. received help on Sept. 14, 2016, from 92% of domestic violence programs in the country, according...

Driving under the influence of alcohol or other substances is a severe traffic offense the can turn your life upside down, making it an absolute necessity...

The Florida Supreme Court upheld a ruling that overturned certain limitations for pain-and-suffering damages in medical malpractice, which was passed by the state legislature and former Gov. Jeb Bush in 2003. Out of seven justices, four voted in favor of affirming an appellate court ruling on setting caps medical malpractice awards for personal injury cases. The decision...