Archive for January, 2018
Real estate. The words conjures up the glorious and wonderful houses that are seen in the major streets in America. The venerable streets. The streets where the rich and the famous congregate and celebrate their wealth. These are the streets that the words ‘real estate’ conjure up. But it can mean so much more.
There are Americans that are thinking of buying a house. And Americans are thinking about selling houses as well. They need to be paired. The buyers need to know what houses are for sale, and they need to see these houses. The sellers need to find buyers, and it’s a little more complicated than putting an ad on Craigslist.
What are these Americans to do? Are they supposed to go out on their own and find these houses via those little picket signs? Are they supposed to search online withou
Few things are as challenging and difficult as sending a new driver into the world. Even with a lengthy driver’s education training as well as lots of driving time behind the wheel with parents, it is never easy to send your child out in a car for the first time. With warnings about keeping eyes open for everything from motorcyclists to pedestrians, parents sometimes feel as if they can do little more than hope for the best when their newest driver heads out on a first solo drive.
Fortunately, there are new resources that parents can use if they want to monitor the driving habits of their children. From technology that was originally developed to monitor drivers who have been previously arrested for driving under the influence or for previous accidents, both health agencies and insurance companies have tools
Rochester, New York has been experiencing some of the worst weather conditions the city has seen in a long time. The Democrat and Chronicle stated on Friday, January 5, that this is the coldest air mass to hit the Rochester region in nearly two years, with temperatures not expected to rise above 2 degrees until mid-morning on Sunday.
The Democrat and Chronicle told us that “the National Weather Service has issued a lake effect snow warning for Monroe and surrounding counties continuing through Saturday morning for areas north of Route 104. Some areas along the lake could see as much as 8 to 12 inches of new snow.”
In the subzero temperatures, snow was accumulating extremely quickly, making it very difficult for the plows to come through and do their jobs. This left the roads hazar
Personal property rights and related matters are often a subject of dispute. This can be the case when someone’s home is being foreclosed upon, someone abandons a home, as well as when someone is facing eviction. In all of these instances, it’s important to consult with an attorney that has experience with these areas of the law. This includes, but is not limited to, foreclosure, eviction, buying and selling homes, and personal property rights.
In 2013, for example, one out of every 96 homeowners reported that they expe
While a number of people think they would like to win a personal injury lawsuit and get a large settlement, the truth is that the kinds of accidents that lead to large payments are painful and unpleasant. The problem is that many people are injured (and killed) every year by other people’s negligence. It has been estimated that at any given time during the day, about 660,000 people are driving around while talking on the phone. If you have been in a motor vehicle accident that was caused by a distracted driver, you may have a reason to go to a personal injury lawyer. Here are some other things you can do to help your case, per personal injury attorneys:
- Get medical help right away. If you have been injured in a car accident, you may not realize how serious your injuries are. You should a