Simply The Law with Personal Injury Attorney Gary C. Johnson

You’re cruising along, without a worry in the world, when you see those dreaded flashing lights in your rearview mirror. Now you have something to worry about: a speeding ticket. What should you do? During the traffic stop, there are several rules of the road:

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Does President Obama’s Healthcare Law Mean Hospitals Have To Treat Me?

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Are hospitals obligated to treat you?
One of the main arguments made by supporters of President Obama’s health care plan was that people were being refused medical treatment because of their inability to pay. A sweeping overhaul of the U.S. healthcare system was needed because people who lacked health insurance were […]

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Five Criminals Who Got Caught Because Of Facebook

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Criminals have never been the sharpest knives in the drawer. We’ve all heard stories of attempted crimes thwarted by the villain’s own stupidity. With the rise of social networking, stupid criminals are being uncovered in a new way. There’s a new sheriff in town, and his name is “Facebook.”
A recent story on the […]

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What To Do If Your Husband Won’t Pay Child Support

Divorce is always an emotional roller coaster. Add non-payment of child support, and it becomes a financial roller coaster … and neither you nor your children are strapped in.
What can you do? First, understand that you’re not alone and that, while the law is on your side, there are many issues to consider if you’re […]

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Can I Run A Business From My House?

You’re ready to act upon that million-dollar idea and start a home-based business. Before you know it, you’ll be tripling your net worth in your bathrobe.
Assuming you’re not violating any zoning laws.
Before you launch a business empire from your kitchen table, you need to review county and municipal ordinances, as well as your homeowner association’s […]

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How Do I Contest A Will?

Dealing with the death of a loved one is a difficult situation for everyone. Emotions get the best of people when the thought that their beloved family member is no longer with us. When you question whether your dearly departed’s last will and testimony truly reflects how they wanted their assets distributed, emotions run amok […]

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Five Qualities To Look For In A Lawyer

If you suddenly had legal problems, what would you do? Like any responsible person, you’d hire a lawyer. But, how do you find the right lawyer, one who will effectively represent your interests throughout a potentially lengthy and difficult legal process?
While there are no easy answers to this question, hiring a lawyer who has demonstrated […]

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Will Bankruptcy Get Me Out Of Debt?

Your bills keep coming, your fees keep mounting and your creditors keep calling. What can you do? Your finances have become unmanageable, and you’re desperate to get out of debt.
Should you file for bankruptcy?

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It depends on the seriousness of your situation and the range of other options available to you. For while bankruptcy […]

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How Can I Protect My Privacy Online?

As more people go online, thanks to sites like Facebook, YouTube, and Google, online privacy is becoming a growing concern for many people in Kentucky. There has been an increase in identity theft, thanks to computer malware (malicious computer software) and phishing (an attempt to trick people into giving out personal and financial information).

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What’s the Difference Between Criminal Law and Civil Law?

Few things confuse people more than “The Law.”
One way to reduce this confusion is to understand the differences between civil law and criminal law. Though both categories work to protect our rights as citizens, they cover very different aspects of society.

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Civil Law deals with disagreements between private individuals (commercial or personal […]

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