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How to Manage Difficult PPI Claims and Handlers

The sure way to get a positive response to a claim concerning mis-sold PPI (Payment Protection Insurance) is to get the claim to the Ombudsman. This regulates insurance product sales that happened only from January 2005 on and can only offer help when it is about companies regulated by FCA/FSA. Any such provider will be covered by Ombudsman, therefore banks and building society loans are included. If your P ...

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Overview of Virginia DUI Laws

Driving under the influence of alcohol can bring serious repercussions. The penalties you face will depend on many individual factors, namely the state where you are being charged. Getting charged with a DUI in Virginia can carry a stiff punishment, so it would behoove you to refrain from drinking and driving. Here is an overview of these laws. Blood Alcohol Limit Like the rest of the country, driving with ...

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Lawyers: Types & Their Functions

In order to maintain law and order in the country and to reduce the crimes which are happening in the country, all the government of the countries decided to create a set of rules which will helps them to control the crimes in the countries. These rules and orders will vary from one country to other one. However, these rules and regulations are varied the main motto behind those rules are to maintain peace ...

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What You Need To Know About Green Slips In NSW Australia

  Each Australian state has different rules about owning, driving and insuring motor vehicles. This can be a bit confusing if you are travelling interstate or if you are visiting from overseas. Confusion is no excuse for breaking the law or not complying with essential insurances, however. Failing to do so can have very serious consequences. Here’s what you need to know about green slips if you drive o ...

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FDA Warns Stryker Yet Again

The FDA has recently issued a warning letter to Stryker, as reported by the law firm of Pintas & Mullins. The FDA conducted an inspection of the instruments division at Stryker's Portage, Michigan location this past November. During the inspection, the agency observed numerous failures within the quality system. The letter cited these concerns, as well as failing to inform the FDA of a substantial produ ...

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How Should Companies Fight The Battle Of Online Piracy?

Online piracy is one of the biggest issues in the TV and film industry in recent years. Millions of people stream, download and torrent content for free rather than paying TV subscriptions or buying DVDs. And since it has become even easier to get content for free, how are company’s supposed to protect themselves from piracy and how can they get people to choose to pay rather than get the content for free? ...

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Three Tips to Keep in Mind When Applying for Social Security Disability

Are you preparing to file for Social Security disability benefits in the near future? If so, it could be a stressful time in your life if you’re unable to work and not yet receiving any sort of disability compensation. Having the right disability attorneys can make life a lot easier, but also preparing your application in the best way possible is key to making sure you’re awarded disability. If you’re prepa ...

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The Intricacies Of Medical Malpractice Litigation

What motivates a person to seek damages against a physician or hospital? I’ve often wondered, yet grateful that it wasn’t something that I’ve had to pursue personally. However, not long ago a dear friend of mine passed away after undergoing brain surgery for something that turned out to be medically misdiagnosed and therefore was thought to be unnecessary in hindsight. Tragically she left behind four young ...

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How To Choose A Solicitor

If you need a Solicitor or legal advice, it might seem like an easy task just to walk into a Solicitor's office and hire one. However, there are a wide variety of solicitors and the one that you need will depend on which legal service you require. Personal Injury Solicitors work with individuals who have been injured in the street, at work, in a shop or in the home, and believe that someone else was liable ...

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Intestacy: What To Do

Intestacy - What to do When someone is said to have 'died intestate', it means they have died without having made a will. It can also apply when a will has been made, but when that will does not cover additional property, assets or money accrued in the intervening period since the will was made; this remaining estate is termed 'intestate estate'. If one of your family members or someone close to you has die ...

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