A young man in Tennessee was detained at a DUI checkpoint and his car was searched without his permission.  He filmed the entire episode.  His video raises important questions about Constitutional rights and obligations of citizens when stopped by the police.  Who do you think was right in this instance? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-WMn_zHCVo By... 
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Last week, local news station KXAN ran a great story on the problems that consumers encounter trying to get insurance companies to pay their claims.  Unfortunately, I see this on a daily basis.  When you’re hurt or injured, insurance companies seem to employ the old deny, defend and delay tactics to try and... 
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Each year in the United States, more than 30,000 children become permanently disabled following a brain injury resulting from such incidents as falls, sports-related concussions, anoxia, stroke, and vehicular crashes. As a child gets older, that part of the brain previously damaged may not work as well as it should.... 
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Increasingly, divorcing spouses who wish to conceal their assets are turning to electronic currencies like Bitcoin. Bitcoin is the most popular of a host of computer-generated currencies that are used to buy all manner of goods and services. It rivals cash in terms of its anonymity and surpasses it in its ease of transfer... 
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Double Board Certified Attorney Richard LaGarde, shares tips that he often gives to his own witnesses before they are deposed or testify in court. Allow a few moments after clicking the play icon for video to load.  Read More →
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The annual exclusion to gift taxes is rather straightforward: tax-free, someone can give away up to $14,000 per year. Spouses, through gift-splitting, can effectively double that annual exclusion to $28,000. As a basic precondition, the gift must consist of present interest (or an asset that the recipient can immediately... 
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor cited a U.S. Postal Service facility in Champaign, Illinois for eight safety violations. The administration proposed fines of $144,000. During a June 2013 complaint inspection, inspectors found a lack of fall protection and energy control... 
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If you’re discussing life insurance, chances are that life expenses will come up as well. Even if you are focusing on final expense leads, consider broadening your horizons. Remember to avoid marketing insurance policies in a vacuum. With life insurance, It makes sense to add a final expense policy to make a complete... 
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Earlier this week, several people were injured in a roller coaster accident at Six Flags in Valencia, California.  Apparently, a tree fell on the track, injuring two people and causing a number of others to be stranded for hours. That’s tragic.  Amusement park injuries occur more than we think, and they are often... 
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