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Can You Sue the Company That Makes Mirena for Fertility Loss?

Posted by on Apr 18, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Can You Sue the Company That Makes Mirena for Fertility Loss?

Mirena is an intrauterine device (IUD) that prevents pregnancy for up to five years by releasing hormones into the body that helps destroy sperm and/or prevents them from entering the uterus. While this conceptive is very effective, some users have experienced difficulty getting or remain pregnant after the device has been removed and wonder if the IUD is the cause. Here’s more information about this issue and the challenges involved with recovering compensation for damages and losses. An IUD Can Cause Infertility Although an IUD is safe for the most part, it is still a medical device that can cause complications and side effects. One complication that may lead to infertility is an ectopic pregnancy. Mirena is designed to prevent sperm from breaking through into the uterus to fertilize the egg. However, this IUD is 99 percent effective, which...

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What to Do if a Trespasser Injures Themselves in Your Backyard Pool

Posted by on Apr 11, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on What to Do if a Trespasser Injures Themselves in Your Backyard Pool

If you have a backyard pool, then you know how tempting it can be for strangers to try to sneak into your backyard and take a swim. Even if you have a fenced in backyard, and have posted no trespassing signs, there are still people who will sneak in and swim in your pool without your permission. The trouble arises when they end up getting hurt. You will have to deal with potential lawsuits, as well as get the police involved. Here’s what you should do. Contact The Police If you see that someone is splashing around in your pool (maybe you have just arrived home and surprised them, or you’ve woke up late at night to the sounds) the first thing you need to do is contact the police. You don’t know what the situation will turn into....

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Dealing With Personal Representative Duties

Posted by on Apr 6, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Dealing With Personal Representative Duties

You should know that only the most trusted of friends or family members are asked to be personal representatives (executors) of an estate. The person chosen for this task must oversee the deceased’s will and ensure that their wishes are carried out in an accurate and timely manner. If you are like most, you may find yourself dealing with this responsibility while still mourning the loss of your friend or loved one. If you have an idea of what to expect, it could be helpful. Read on for a quick primer on what will be expected of you as a personal representative. Search and Find These Documents: As soon as possible, attempt to locate the following. Some of these documents will be needed right away to make burial and funeral plans, while others will be needed eventually. Life insurance...

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Why Go Through Through The Court For Child Support?

Posted by on Mar 31, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Why Go Through Through The Court For Child Support?

If you have a great relationship with your ex then you may feel as if the two of you will do fine just having your own verbal agreement on child support. While this can end up going fine, or maybe even going great for a length of time, it can also turn around and end up badly for one or even both of you. You can learn about some of the reasons why having a legal agreement for child support in place is a good idea by reading this article. Things can change at any moment with regards to your relationship One of the things you need to consider is when you are no longer with someone it’s hard to know when things will change due to changes in their life. For example, the two of you may have...

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Have You Made These Bankruptcy Filing Mistakes?

Posted by on Mar 22, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Have You Made These Bankruptcy Filing Mistakes?

Bankruptcies are not as clear cut as they seem. There is a great deal of paperwork involved and if you make one mistake, the judge could dismiss your filing. If that occurs, you could be faced with legal challenges from your creditors. To keep your bankruptcy moving forward, you need to avoid the following mistakes.   Paying Creditors Before Filing Although it might seem logical to try and pay off some of your debts in the immediate period leading up to a bankruptcy filing, it can actually hurt your case. When you file, a trustee will review your financial history. If he or she believes that payments made to certain creditors were questionable, he or she could send a formal notice requesting the return of the payment.   For instance, if you paid your parents back for a loan, the trustee could...

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Getting Additional Car Accident Evidence in Your Favor

Posted by on Mar 14, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Getting Additional Car Accident Evidence in Your Favor

If you’ve been involved in an accident without many public witnesses, it can be hard to prove your point. There’s evidence that police will gather that can determined what happened, such as skid mark direction, the area of vehicle damage and toxicology reports. There still may be some room for doubt, and since you have some insight into the incident, you should start looking for other areas that could hold evidence. Without disturbing said evidence, here are a few angles to consider after being involved in an accident when evidence can make the difference.  Local Business and Facility Recording Was your accident near any businesses, or at least within line of sight? Many security cameras point within their own property, but may have cameras facing major roads that could single out a collision. It may be blurry in some...

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