False Deeds Equal Real Estate Fraud

With the U.S. in a deep recession, there is another very popular scam making the rounds – stealing property using a false deed. It’s disturbingly safe for a thief to steal someone’s property using a false deed. In fact, this kind of scheme or real estate scam has become so popular it almost rivals other …

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Consumer Fraud Defined

Lately there has been a rather alarming increase in fraud perpetrated on people and companies. It’s the economy; it has to be as there were never the number of fraud cases prior to the recession hitting as the legal community is seeing now. Just about daily there are articles in the news about federal and …

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Smart Immigration Reform Still Seems to be on Hold

While the many meetings being held all over the U.S. dealing with immigration reform still seem to be producing positive feedback, there has still been no movement in Washington. In what many term as the greatest frustration of the century, immigration reform advocates are still bemoaning the fact that not much is really being done …

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Beware of Construction Site Injuries

Working on a construction site is possibly one of the most dangerous jobs in America today. No one knows better than construction workers how dangerous their jobs are on a daily basis. The number of built in hazards prevalent on a job site are phenomenal and the most dangerous accidents usually relate to lifting and …

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Truck Crash Lawsuits on the Rise

Each year the number of heavy rigs traveling on America’s highways gets higher and higher. Along with more big rigs on the roads, comes the increased chance of tractor trailer crashes. It seems like everywhere motorists look while they’re on the highway they’re behind a big truck, passing one or cutting back in front of …

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Sexual Orientation Questions Illegal in Texas

In Texas, employers absolutely cannot ask a person their sexual orientation. If you have a suspicion or even concrete proof that you have been discriminated against in your workplace, you need to speak to an employment attorney. Stick to hiring an attorney who is local, as employment laws tend to vary from state to state. …

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