What to Expect From a Distracted Driving Accident Lawyer

In case you have been involved in a distracted driving accident, the first thing that probably comes into your mind is how to get out of paying for your own medical bills. The costs of injuries and lost wages can be quite costly and this is why it is imperative for you to get an… Continue reading What to Expect From a Distracted Driving Accident Lawyer

Looking for a Weston Auto Accident Lawyers near Massachusetts?

If you were recently involved in an auto accident in Massachusetts and suffered injuries, then you should seek the representation of one of the many Weston auto accident lawyers. They have the experience to represent you in court, as well as the knowledge to guide you through the entire process. Most law firms only handle… Continue reading Looking for a Weston Auto Accident Lawyers near Massachusetts?

Types of Injuries From Slip and Fall Accidents

There are many types of injuries from slip and fall accidents. These types of accidents happen all around the world on a daily basis. In Connecticut, there are a number of different slip and fall accidents that have occurred in the past. If you or someone you know has sustained an injury due to slip… Continue reading Types of Injuries From Slip and Fall Accidents

Injury Attorneys in Washington DC

If you have been harmed in a mishap as well as intend to file an injury legal action, you may need help comprehending your right to settlement. Among the most usual questions after an accident is, “Do I have a case?” Due to the fact that every claim is one-of-a-kind, the only way to establish… Continue reading Injury Attorneys in Washington DC

Injury Lawyers in Boston

Boston Personal Injury Law Firm Have you been injured in a mishap that was another person’s fault? If so, get the Stone Injury Lawyers in your corner. At Jason Stone Injury Lawyers, we fight for complete and also reasonable payment for injured people throughout Boston. Our competent Boston injury lawyers recognize exactly how heavy your… Continue reading Injury Lawyers in Boston

Financial Recovery in a Personal Injury Settlement

The legal definition of personal injury varies greatly depending on who you ask. A personal injury attorney is a lawyer that focuses his or her professional practice on the defense of those who have been the direct victims of another person’s wrongful action. Personal injury cases can include injuries, medical malpractice, work related illnesses and… Continue reading Financial Recovery in a Personal Injury Settlement

Going Unnoticed

  Last week, I came across an interview with Elizabeth Denham on a Canadian website called The Walrus that was published in April. There are some interesting nuggets – Denham seems to out herself as a Remainer in the third paragraph (a tad awkward given that she has only enforced on the other side) and also it… Continue reading Going Unnoticed

Taking the piss

  On page 74 of the Information Commissioner’s newly published Annual Report, you can find the welcome news that the ICO reduced the amount of water in flushing toilets and the timings of auto flushing in urinals. Sadly, the expansion of the organisation’s footprint in Wilmslow, due to swelling numbers of staff, has led to… Continue reading Taking the piss

Goodbye Silver Service, Say Hello to Lead

  The Information Commissioner has two powers to make FOI and the EIRs work, and a backup power to facilitate the other two. They’re found in FOI but apply to both. Under Section 50, the Commissioner can resolve a complaint about an individual FOI / EIR complaint by issuing a Decision Notice, which determines whether the… Continue reading Goodbye Silver Service, Say Hello to Lead

Lateral Thinking

  Last week, I wrote a blog about the ‘personal data agency’ Yo-Da, outlining my concerns about their grandiose claims, the lack of detail about how their service works and their hypocritical decision to ignore a subject access request I made to them. Predictably, this led to further online tussles between myself and Benjamin Falk, the company’s… Continue reading Lateral Thinking

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