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Crumple Zones: What Are They and How Do They Work?

28th December 2011
Crumple zones. The name itself sounds like something you would never want to be associated with your car, especially when your car is in danger of colliding with something at some point during its life cycle. Yet the name “crumple zone” is not a misnomer ...
Author: Articles
Real Estate Law

Minneapolis Homes for sale

12th September 2011
It is really difficult to imagine too much transforms in Minneapolis real estate market place due to the energized elevation of the real estate stack in around 2005. Even though the card castle has definitely snapped and it's an end to a market in which f...
Author: jerryclifford
Business Law

Day Cleaning Procedures in Office Cleaning New York

10th March 2011
Day cleaning is a sensitive office cleaning service that requires adjustments in expectations and clear communication between the cleaning services New York provider, the cleaning staff, and the occupants of the building. For example, the occupants of the...
Author: Fatima Wiszniewski
Accident claims

Oklahoma Car Accident Statistics – Important Info for Drivers

31st March 2010
In 2003 there were a total of 668 people killed in motor vehicle accidents. A total of 65% were due to a vehicle leaving the road while another 20% took place at or near an intersection. A total of 15% of these accidents involved a large truck, with a tot...
Author: Penelope Stone
Accident claims

Louisiana Car Accident Statistics – Important Info for Drivers

31st March 2010
In 2003 Louisiana seen a total of 894 motor vehicle accident related fatalities. More than 60% of these were due to a vehicle leaving the road way, with another 15% taking place at or near an intersection. A total of almost 15% involved large trucks and a...
Author: Penelope Stone
Real Estate Law

Understanding Your Rental Agreement And An Eviction Notice

18th March 2010
Almost all landlords will eventually have to evict one of his tenants. To evict means to use legal methods to force a tenant to leave the landlord's property if they will not do so voluntarily. There are many reasons a landlord may have to evict, inc...
Author: Gen Wright
Accident claims

Whiplash Injuries

02nd March 2010
Whiplash injuries are a common result of a car accident because of the sharp changes in speed and direction of the body. Rear-impact, or rear-end car crashes tend to produce the most cases of the whiplash personal injury because the occupants of the front...
Author: Jason Epstein

Liabilities of Taxi Operators and Drivers

05th January 2010
Taxi operators and drivers have a legal obligation to provide safety for their passengers and to practice due diligence to prevent traffic accidents. Taxi Operators' Liabilities as an Employer In general, most private employers are liable for the in...
Author: Mesriani Law Group
Real Estate Law

Final Step of the Foreclosure Process: Eviction

19th November 2009
Many homeowners do not want to move out of their property, even after a foreclosure lawsuit, judgment, and sheriff sale. Despite having six months to a year to live mortgage free, some borrowers are just not financially able to move when required by the c...
Author: Nick Adama

The Common Sense and Basic Physics of Bumper-To-Bumper Car Accidents

08th April 2009
The quality of bumper design systems in cars these days has a direct effect of the severity of the occupants in rear and front end accidents. A high quality bumper system is designed to absorb the force of the impact by "compressing." A low quality bumper...
Author: scarpey

Hit and Run: Property Damage

07th June 2006
Hit and Run: Property Damage Hit and run is generally defined as a criminal act. Where the collision is with property only, such as another vehicle with no occupants, the driver must leave information attached to the damaged property, as well as make...
Author: Darren Kavinoky