Exploring Social Security Cases and Outcomes

  • Five Particulars You Need To Know To Procure A Liquor License

    15 June 2017

    If you plan on obtaining a liquor license to sell or serve liquor in your particular state, you may be unfamiliar with the requirements. This may be especially true for a first-time seller of liquor. Whether you plan on selling alcoholic beverages in a restaurant, bar, or grocery or liquor store, there are several aspects you need to know. Before you get started, it would be a good practice to familiarize yourself with your state, county, and township's liquor laws and regulations.

  • 5 Things You Need To Do Before Buying That Land Parcel For Your New Home

    10 May 2017

    Are you considering building your own home on a piece of land but don't want a cookie-cutter neighborhood of identical homes in a new subdivision? Instead, you might want the freedom to choose your own unique parcel of land and build a custom home on it. This way, you get a small feel for the early pioneering days of finding land at the frontier and staking a claim by starting construction.

  • Frequently Asked Questions About Fault in a Pedestrian-Involved Car Accident

    1 May 2017

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2013, over 150,000 pedestrians visited emergency rooms across America after being struck by a car. If you've recently been involved in a vehicle accident, and you were the driver who unintentionally struck a pedestrian, you might assume that because you were behind the wheel, you are automatically at fault. However, before you concede, it's important to realize that there are instances where the pedestrian shares the blame for the accident, or could be deemed completely at fault.