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How Should Electrical Meters In A Rental Unit Be Set Up?

Most people just pay their electric bill each month without ever thinking about it other than a little groaning. But, if you live in an apartment building or other multi-family structure, do you know what's hooked up to each meter? If you're a landlord, do you know if your electrical meters are legal? Here's the law on electrical meters so you can avoid legal trouble. Every Unit Must Have Its Own Meter Read More 

The Personal Injury Lawsuit Statute Of Limitations In Minnesota

If you have been injured, then you might be relying on an insurance claim to get compensation. After all, medical bills and mental suffering can add up to quite a bit. However, your insurance claim might not necessarily be your best option. Instead, you might want to think about whether a personal injury lawsuit is right for you. To help you weigh your options, you should be aware of a variety of laws in the state in which you are planning to file. Read More 

Winter Weather And Home Insurance Claims: What Types Of Damages Are Covered?

The effects of severe winter weather can wreak havoc on your home, causing extensive damage in various ways. While many damages are covered under your homeowner's insurance policy, some are only covered under specific circumstances. The language used in some policies is ambiguous in regard to actions that must be performed by the homeowner in times of severe weather. Claims may be approved or denied based upon the terms dictated and defined by the insurance company. Read More 

3 Steps To Take After Being Injured In A Car Accident

Getting in a car accident that is not your fault is scary enough, but when you are injured in a car accident it can turn your life upside down. Dealing with car repairs or replacement while recovering from injuries can be really hard. But how you deal with the situation will make a big difference in how your claim with the other driver's insurance company pans out. Take the following steps after being hurt in a car crash: Read More 

Three DUI Defenses Involving The BAC Breathalyzer Test

If you have received a DUI charge based on a BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration) breathalyzer test that was inaccurate, there may be one of three defenses that can help you to be acquitted at trial. The following are details about the three defenses along with the legal standards that make them possible. Residual Mouth Alcohol and False Results The breathalyzer test is supposed to measure your "deep lung air," but it can pick up alcohol residue in your mouth and belching, burping, or regurgitating can bring up alcohol from your stomach and cause a falsely high result. Read More