Do I Really Need Renters Insurance?

    Many when given the option of getting renters insurance, usually have qualms as to whether the policy they are looking at is worth the money. Most renters may not even know what type of coverage they are paying for. Understanding some general information about renter’s insurance may help you in determining whether you would benefit from this type of coverage.

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    What To Do If Your Insurance Claim Has Been Denied


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    An Introduction To White Collar crime

    White collar crime is typically criminal conduct that is nonviolent and committed for financial gain. These crimes are usually committed by businesses and corporations or individuals involved with those entities such as corporate officers, CEOs, or shareholders. White collar crime comes in the form of fraud, conspiracy, embezzlement, money laundering and other forms of financially motivated crimes. There is a long ranging history of judicial decisions and congressional acts that have attempted to prevent corporate misconduct and prescribe liability to the appropriate parties/entity. The Sherman Anti-Trust Act for example, was passed by Congress to prevent any monopolies, or exclusive control by one group, over interstate or foreign trade commerce. The Act helps regulate corporate conduct in a way that allows for fair trade practice and consumer choice.

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    What to do when you are pulled over for a suspected DUI

    This article was featured on Greenberg Law Offices.

      Getting pulled over is never fun, and almost always a daunting experience. It helps to be prepared and informed of your rights and constraints when pulled over by a police officer. You want to remain calm and aware, as to not instigate the situation or give the police officer a reason to be suspicious.

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    What Is Business Law?

    What Is Business Law?

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    What is the difference between a Felony and a Misdemeanor?


    In Felony, Misdemeanor, Criminal Law