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    Is A College Degree Still Worth It?

    With more college graduates facing unemployment and mounting student loan debt, some people wonder if pursuing a college degree remains a wise educational choice. In fact, economic experts note that college pursuits have changed in the last 20 years. Even so, going to college and learning lifelong skills can be a wise choice for a person who has no relevant job skills for today’s market.

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    Defense Base Act Law Straight Talk: What Is An Injury Under The DBA?

    The term “injury” means accidental injury or death arising out of and in the course of employment. Injury for Defense Base Act workers includes everything from tripping and falling on steps, to automobile collisions, to getting hurt while ducking for cover under enemy fire, to IED explosions, to breaking your ankle playing basketball, to playing soccer, to falling out of your bunk.

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    How to Write a Legal Services Proposal

    Law firms are always looking for new clients. But if you want to land lucrative contracts you’ll need to write a more in-depth proposal explaining what your firm can do. How do you get started? What do you need to write about? How do you structure your document? This article will give you the road map to get you through it.

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    What You Should Know About Personal Injury Lawsuits

    Personal injury lawsuits may involve a lot of hassle, unpleasant feelings, and emotional turmoil. These types of lawsuits can be very stressful on your body, especially if you are already dealing with a physically strenuous recovery. In addition, the lawsuits can be psychologically and emotionally draining as well.

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    Defense Base Act Law Straight Talk: DBA Psychological Injuries and Personnel Decisions

    A psychological impairment, which is work related, is presumed to be covered under the Defense Base Act. Therefore, to receive the benefit of this presumption, you (read: a DBA claimant) must prove not only that you have a psychological impairment, but that an accident occurred, or working conditions existed, which could have caused your impairment.

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    Identifying the Best Personal Injury Lawyer

    When it comes to finding the best personal injury lawyer, you have many options. People who have been injured need to make sure that they get the best possible representation. There are some attorneys who can give you the best chance of walking away with a good result. Other attorneys will put your case in a big pile with many others.

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    3 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Personal Injury Lawyer

    If you need to obtain compensation for your injuries, it is time to find the best personal injury lawyer in your area. Choosing an experienced lawyer specializing in personal injury law will increase your chances of getting the compensation you deserve. This is why you should never cut corners when you are interviewing different lawyers and law firms.

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    Why We Need the Services of a Personal Injury Lawyer

    After being hurt in a manner that is due to the negligence of others, people can sustain very serious injuries for which they will need to be compensated. These injuries may require treatment for many years, and people do not always know they fall under this category in the beginning. They do know that they have been hurt badly, and they need a personal injury lawyer to help them recover a fair settlement.

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