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Saint Pauls & Surrounding Areas
910-739-7518
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Saint Pauls & Surrounding Areas
910-739-7518

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Dealing with Police When You Are Hospitalized

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When you're in the hospital from a car accident, your legal rights and protections against illegal searches and interrogation are still in full effect. A recent incident where a Utah nurse refused to let law enforcement draw blood from an unconscious patient has brought more focus on patients' rights and implied consent when a patient is in the hospital.

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Have an Elaborate Estate? Here's Why You Should Hire a Lawyer to Prepare Your Will

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Planning and preparing a will is an important part of getting older. If your assets aren't protected by a will, you can't be sure where they'll end up after you pass away. This can be a big problem if you're planning to distribute millions of dollars and property all over the world. You can write your own will without any assistance, but there are several reasons to hire a lawyer who can guide you through the process when you're dealing with an elaborate estate. Following a few of the most notable.

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Questions for Your Criminal Defense Attorney

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If you find yourself charged with a crime and you've never been through the criminal justice system before, it's easy to become overwhelmed. Most people have a lot of questions about how the process is going to unfold, but they may not be able to identify which of those questions are most pressing.

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Are You Barred From Collecting Workers' Comp If You Test Positive for Drugs or Alcohol?

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The beauty of workers' compensation is that the insurance company will pay the employee's medical bills and other losses regardless of who caused the accident. Still, many employees wonder whether testing positive for drugs and alcohol after a workplace accident will bar them from collecting compensation for their injuries. In general, you'll still be eligible for benefits, but there are a few exceptions. Here's more information about this topic.

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