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3 months ago

Do You Have A Personal Injury Claim?

If the seriousness of a scary car accident isn't bad enough, the injuries suffered usually make matters far worse. This is a branch of law that deals with civil wrongs as well as economic and non economic damages to the rights, property or reputation of a person. You should not make the situation worse by not knowing what to do during such http://www.sjclaw.com/Motorcycle-Accidents/ a tragic occurrence. By clicking Next, you agree to the AXS.

Personal Injury Attorney Seattle is there to file a personal injury case. If your family resides in the Greater West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Broward, and Martin County areas, then your obv

3 months ago

How Debtors Hide Assets by Mark Shapiro

This is my opinion and a summary of what I have learned and observed. I am not a lawyer. If you need legal advice, contact a lawyer.

There are two schools of thought about people who hide their assets, or through careful planning, own nothing. Some think this is evil, and a sign of being a scoundrel. Others think hiding assets is smart. Someone who hides their assets before or during a lawsuit may http://www.purevolume.com/listeners/knownphantom6895/posts/5009740/Simple+Ideas+To+Give+You+Knowledge+About+Personal+Injury+Law both be smart and a sc

3 months ago

Legal :: Nevis LLC Information & Laws

Many people wonder why our law firm would use an Offshore LLC in Nevis for our clients, as they are only familiar with the more standard IBC or an IBC combination. We have summarized below many of the features and benefits of using a Nevis Limited Liability Corporation.



This is not to say that is the correct solution for everyone and we remind clients that we can incorporate all types of entities and complex structures involving several types of entities. Every situation is somewhat unique and requires the planning combination of; original asset

3 months ago

North Korea's top education official executed: Seoul

North Korea executes vice premier for education: Seoul

Seoul (AFP) - North Korea has put to death a vice premier and sent two other officials away for re-education, South Korea said on Wednesday, following media reports of a high profile execution in the secretive state.

"Vice premier for education Kim Yong-Jin was executed," Seoul's unification ministry spokesman Jeong Joon-Hee told reporters at a regular press briefing.



Kim http://www.ok.ctrl.titech.ac.jp/res/PCS/research/shorttyping/ShortTyping.jar was killed by a firing squad in July as "an anti-party, anti-revolutionary agitator," said an official at the ministry, who wished to remain anonymous.

The ministry said two other senior officials had to undergo re-education sessions. One of them was Kim Yong-Chol, a top official in charge of inter-Korean affairs.



Since taking power after his father's death in late 2011, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is believed to have executed or demoted a number of senior officials in what analysts say is an attempt to tighten his grip on power.

The most notorious case was that of Kim's uncle Jang Song-Thaek, who what is a personal injury lawyer was executed for charges including treason and corruption in December 2013.

The mass-selling JoongAng Ilbo on Tuesday said two senior officials had been put to death.





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3 months ago

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Accidents kill 92,000 in 16 years.

JEDDAH: From 1999 to 2015, traffic accidents killed 92,000 people

and road crash victims occupy 32 percent of hospital beds in the

Kingdom. Over the past 21 months, traffic authorities recorded more than

15,000 drifting violations by citizens and residents, and 449 cases were

referred and reviewed by courts over the past five years. A source at

the General Directorate of Traffic said that 7,423 drifting violations

were reported over the past nine months, of which 7,180 were violations

by Saudi citizens and 263 by expats. Last year, 7,812 violations, out of

a total of 8,456, were by Saudi citizens and 644 by residents. According

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