What To Do After You're Hit By Someone On Legal Marijuana

Seventy-eight years after the prohibition of marijuana, it's legal in four states--Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and Colorado, along with Washington D.C. According to NORML, 11 more states might be joining the cause. These include California, Nevada, California, Minnesota, and several New England states. While many people don't seem to have an issue with marijuana, there is one seriously problem that it can cause. More people are driving under the influence. If you live in a state with legal marijuana and someone crashes into you while under the influence, is there anything that you can do about it? [Read More]

Grocery Shopping Safety – Tips For Preventing Injury And Illness While Food Shopping

Slipping and falling aren't the only issues you can face while buying food, but they do add to the reports of 25,000 people who slip and fall on a daily basis. Grocery stores sometimes have issues with food safety that can cause customers to become ill. These aren't the only dangers; read on to learn more about what could happen at the grocery store and how to keep safe. Physical Safety [Read More]

5 Steps You Can Take To Avoid Home Foreclosure

The prospect of having your home foreclosed on is terrifying, and if you are close to foreclosure you might feel helpless about the situation. Don't fear, however. Even if you are close to foreclosure, there are a number of things you can do that might save your home from foreclosure. Workout An Agreement The fact of the matter is, most lenders want to work with you regarding a foreclosure. The reason for this is that it is ultimately within their best interest to do so. [Read More]

Installing And Using A Dashcam: 5 Legal Considerations You Should Make

Dash-mounted cameras (or dashcams) are popular in some countries. Indeed, experts believe that around one million people use the devices in Russia, but dashcam adoption in the United States is a lot slower. The legality of these devices is an issue that may put some drivers off the idea, and it's certainly important to consider how the law feels about these surveillance devices. If you're thinking of installing a dashcam, make sure you learn more about the five following legal issues. [Read More]