Law

Includes latest Law related infographics along with short summary collected from the web.

Drunk Driving vs Driving High

Every day in the USA 28 people on average die in car crashes involving a drunk driver. That’s why it is important to take driving very seriously, and not to drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Since Canada has begun the process of legalizing marijuana the question of regulating driving while high has been in the air. The …

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Motorcycle Accidents: Facts you should know

Though motorcycles make up just 3% of vehicles on the road, motorcyclists account for 14% of fatal accidents. Motorcycle safety is a big deal, especially here in Antelope Valley. See our infographic below to see just how dangerous motorcycles can be when drivers aren’t careful. It takes all of us paying attention — cars, trucks, and motorcyclists all together — …

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US Truck Accident Interactive Infographic Map

Like any motor vehicle, trucks cause car accidents. Furthermore, because trucks are large in size they often cause extensive damage to the vehicles they come into contact with. In many cases, deaths often result from collisions with trucks. In an effort to prevent truck accidents we conducted our own, completely original study to analyze where accidents were occurring the most. …

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Road to Cannabis Law Reform

Guardian Data Systems provides marijuana business owners with cannabis-friendly merchant services. These services can include everything from financial consulting to FinCEN compliance to business development services. Even though the road to marijuana reform has been questionable, multiple states have legalized marijuana use in recent years. As of 2015, 23 states and the District of Columbia legalized marijuana for medicinal use. …

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Nine Circles of Dante’s Law Office

You have probably read the epic poem Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, depicting his journey through Hell. Have you ever thought what would the story look like if there was a “Dante hero” translated into the world of legal services? What if Dante was an attorney? In the infographic below you will find an entertaining, wise and funny version of …

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A Roadmap to Trial in NC Civil Court

In North Carolina, there are three levels of trial court that handle civil litigation: Small Claims / Magistrate Court, District Court, and Superior Court. How do you know which level to file your suit with? What warrants a case to be filed on the Superior Court level? A key factor in determining which level of court to litigate a case …

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Drunk Driving in Texas

Drunk driving in Texas is more prevalent than many other states. This infographic shows just how common drunk driving is in Texas. It also illustrates the number of deaths caused by drunk drivers and breaks down the numbers based on gender and age. In a couple of sections, we compare some Texas-specific statistics with the United States as a whole. …

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Up in Legal Smoke: Canada’s Marijuana Mess

In many countries throughout the world there is a fight to legalize marijuana. Proponents compare current marijuana laws with the prohibition, saying that they are unreasonable and against the people’s freedom. On the other side, critics of such attempts claim that marijuana is a harmful and addictive substance, whose legalization can cause multiple health problems to the whole society. One …

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Only in Texas: Workers Compensation Claims

Saying Texas is unique for a lot of things would an understatement. First of foremost, it’s a one of a kind state due it’s laws not requiring workers compensation for companies based there. What happens to the poor employees who get injured while doing their job in Texas then? The statistics may be a surprise for you.

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Steps to Take After a Car Accident

Have you ever been involved in a car accident and not know what steps to take? If you do or say the wrong things you could be put at fault for the accident, even if it was not your fault at all. Don’t let this be you. There are specific guidelines that you should follow that will keep you out …

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