Self-Driving Car Wrecks, Part 1

It’s time to dig deeper into the legal implications of driverless vehicles, specifically exploring what happens when this new wave of vehicles hits public roads and, eventually, each other.

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Should You Accept a Structured Settlement

By: Frank H. Bailey

With today’s low interest rates the insurance company wants to lock the injured person into a low interest rate for life. That means if interest rates rise, the insurance company will start making money off the injured person’s money.

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Are Social Media Postings Really Private

By: Frank H. Bailey

In 1986 Congress passed the Stored Communications Act. The act pertains to remote computing service providers and electronic communication services. Basically neither can divulge private information which is carried or maintained on that service.

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Cheryl Dobbs's Journey: Part Two

Mark Dobbs was a renaissance man. Whatever he did, he became fully committed to it, which includes a 28-year stint in the Navy; writing two books; building his own home; fishing; and, as a Rotarian. “My dad was really talented ...

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Cheryl Dobbs's Journey: Part One

The last message Mark Dobbs received on his cell phone on June 16, 2013 was a missed call from his daughter, Kristi Christensen. She had called to wish him a Happy Father’s Day. When he didn’t answer, she left a ...

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