A Paid Day Off on Election Day

Congress recently introduced the “For the People Act of 2019” that would make the federal election day a paid holiday for all federal employees and encourages private employers to do the same. Several (13) U.S. States currently give state workers election day off with pay. Following Congress’ lead, the Leader…

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Apple Says-Do Not Disturb

A new feature called "Do Not Disturb" in the latest update to IOS for Apple users could help Arizona residents cut down on distracted driving. Arizona is one of two remaining states without a comprehensive, statewide ban on texting and driving. The Arizona legislature has tried for years to pass…

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The Risks of Handling an Accident Claim Without a Lawyer

Do I Need A Lawyer? Perhaps you have recently been involved in a car accident. The injuries may not have been too severe. The damage to your vehicle may be somewhat minor. You may be thinking of hiring a lawyer or maybe handling the claim on your own. You should…

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Questions to Ask Before Having Elective Surgery

Elective surgery is surgery that your doctor recommends for your health. Elective surgery is a choice you make with informed help from your doctor. When your doctor recommends an elective procedure, it's important for you, as the patient, to do your research before agreeing to the procedure. Where do you…

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Are Personal Injury Consultations Really Free?

The simple answer is yes, most personal injury consultations are free. If you've been injured in a car accident, you may be hurt, maybe seriously. You've missed work due to your injuries, and you have mounting medical bills. Perhaps you have never been in an accident before, and you're not…

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