“The rich are not like you and me.” — F. Scott Fitzgerald As a trial lawyer, I need to be able to predict which jurors will treat my clients fairly and which ones will not. Our country is becoming more polarized.  There are fewer middle class jurors, more wealthy jurors, and many more poor jurors.  I have learned... 
Continue Comments Off
A Massachusetts family was recently awarded $4.8 million after a jury found a doctor’s negligence was a contributing factor in the death of their loved one. In August 2006, Jeffrey Kace went to St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center complaining of a cough, fever, and chest pains. During a five minute exam, the 23-year-old... 
Continue Comments Off
If you are preparing your will, or if you have been named as executor in a will, you may be encountering some unfamiliar terminology. It is important to know the meaning of the terms used in the administration of estates, so that you can begin to understand how wills are probated and what the responsibilities [...]  Read More →
Continue Comments Off
White House Announces Employment Authorization to be Available for H-4 Spouses In a press release issued by the White House, the Department of Homeland Security will soon issued regulations permitting employment authorization for H-4 spouses.  This is welcome news for many high skilled workers in the U.S.  We shall... 
Continue Comments Off
Number 68 Volume IX Washington, D.C A. STATUTORY NUMBERS1.  This bulletin summarizes the availability of immigrant numbers during May.  Consular officers are required to report to the Department of State documentarily qualified applicants for numerically limited visas; U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services... 
Continue Comments Off
By Marion Walsh, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP Last week, New York State students participated in the English Language Arts assessments.  Math assessments will occur Wednesday, April 30 – Friday, May 2.   This is the second year that students in New York will take assessments based on Common Core Learning Standards... 
Continue Comments Off
  We often report on the issues and hardships facing our nation’s veterans. But what many don’t realize is the impact these returning veterans have on families and their children. Life goes on after and life beyond the touching homecoming video clip or news report and it is not always a “happily-ever-after”... 
Continue Comments Off
In Los Angeles, an off-duty police officer was involved in a crash with another vehicle while riding his motorcycle with his 11-year-old daughter as a passenger. Thanks to a nurse’s quick thinking, the detective made it to the hospital alive and will recover to see his daughter grow up. The officer lost a portion... 
Continue Comments Off
A Louisiana man has filed a lawsuit alleging that his heart attack could have been prevented if a doctor properly treated his medical condition. The man consulted Dr. Hutchinson after suffering increased chest pains and numbness in his hands. The patient stated that he underwent a heart catheterization and angiogram,... 
Continue Comments Off
Brighton’s only Certified Elder Law Attorney As the only Certified Elder Law Attorney in Brighton, Michigan, I’m excited to be at the Livingston County Caregiver Fair on Saturday April 5th, 2014.  The Livingston County Caregiver Fair will be held at Brighton High School, 7878 Brighton Rd., Brighton, MI 48116. The... 
Continue Comments Off
Copyright © 1995 - 2010 Kazor.com World Community News. All rights reserved.