Over the past or so decade, new medical advancements and technology changed the way many physicians perform surgery. One of the newest advances is robotic surgery. Although robotic surgery boasts faster healing and recovery times for patients, a number of people experienced complications during surgery, including perforated intestines. If this happened to your loved one, speak to a medical malpractice attorney. The attorney can help you win the compensation your family deserves. Here's what you should know about the dangerous effects of robotic surgery and what your attorney can do to win your case.
You've written a masterpiece, created a logo for your firm or designed a new line of environmentally friendly swimwear—now what? In order to protect your work, you need to copyright, trademark or patent it. These three forms of protection are explained below. What is Copyright? A copyright protects original intellectual work, whether that work is a book, a play, a musical score or anything else created by a person. The creator is deemed to be the owner of that property and has the exclusive right to publish, print or otherwise reproduce it.
Getting into trouble with the law is something about 30 percent of teens face at one time or another, with the reasons varying for everything from using or selling drugs to committing violent crimes. No matter why your teen is facing charges, it's probably tempting to ground them to their room indefinitely so you can keep an eye on them and ensure they don't get into further trouble. But long term grounding doesn't tend to work well when it comes to teaching a valuable lesson.
If you have an upcoming court hearing for any reason, there's a chance you might be feeling nervous and uptight about it. This is quite normal because courtrooms can be intimidating, but feeling nervous is not going to help your case. There are steps you can take to help calm your nerves, and here are four different things that could make a big difference. Choose An Experienced Law Firm The first and foremost step you should take is selecting a law firm that is experienced.
If you've been out of the paid workforce for a while and receive Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits in lieu of income, you may occasionally find yourself in a cash crunch when a large expense unexpectedly hits your bank account. Repairing a roof, replacing a car, and other occasional necessary expenses can require a surplus you may not have available. However, because SSD and SSI benefits are generally exempt from garnishment by creditors, it can be difficult to qualify for a loan when your only source of income is essentially untouchable.