When You Divorce, Who Gets To Keep The Dog?
8 March 2016
Divorces are certainly simpler when you do not have any kids, but if you do have a dog together, that can add some intricacies to the divorce proceedings. Likely, the both of you have bonded with the dog over the years. He is a part of the family, and neither of you want to leave him behind. Yet, as you proceed through the divorce, a decision will need to be made regarding who gets to keep the dog.
Proving Injuries From Medication Mistakes
9 February 2016
Being injured by an over-the-counter or prescription medication can be distressing and costly. These types of injuries are potentially serious and can be permanent. Fortunately, there may be ways to get compensated for injuries caused by medication from the manufacturer or your health practitioners if it can be proven that they are at fault. Winning damages may not be easy as these cases get complicated and sometimes take a long time to resolve.
3 Tips For Getting Your Plant Patent Approved On The First Try
20 January 2016
As with all patent applications and other registration processes for protecting your intellectual property, plant patent applications are complex and full of details that are easy to overlook. Save time and money by making sure your first application is complete for the best chance at success during your first try. These tips will keep you from having to repeat your attempts to secure a patent a second, third, or even fourth time.
Pushing For A Successful VA Disability Appeal
5 January 2016
Veterans Affairs (VA) disability compensation is a bit different from systems such as Social Security's disability insurance. You're not limited by income aside from extreme cases where you shouldn't be able to work at all, since the VA disability seeks to compensate you for something you've lost as a result of your service rather than being a temporary financial safety net. Unfortunately, while VA compensation is potentially more a better deal, it's not much easier to earn approval.