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Five Reasons to Exercise Your Right to Remain Silent

Every American citizen has a fundamental right against self-incrimination thanks to the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution, which is often referred to as the right to remain silent. Many people are under the impression that exercising this right only makes things worse, though, and will gladly talk to the police, unaware of the potential consequences. However, even people who are completely innocent should consider exercising their right to remain silent, and here are five reasons why: Continue reading “Five Reasons to Exercise Your Right to Remain Silent”

Seven Common Injuries in Slip and Fall Cases

Every year, more than a million people suffer from slip and fall injuries. Also known as trip and fall injuries, they often occur when property owners and businesses fail to maintain their premises as they are supposed to. While this might seem like a minor issue, slip and fall injuries can result in severe harm, and possibly even death. Here are just seven of the most common types of injuries seen in slip and fall (or trip and fall) cases: Continue reading “Seven Common Injuries in Slip and Fall Cases”