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Are You a Bicyclist Involved in a Bicycle Accident?
Many people take to the streets on their bicycles to enjoy their exercise, save on gas money or help protect the environment. However, lack of proper bicycle lanes and negligent car and truck drivers cause bicycle accidents that result in the serious injury or wrongful death of many bicyclists.
A bicyclist is vulnerable to serious personal injuries and death in any accident involving a car, bus, or truck. They may be at high risk for head injuries including skull fractures and traumatic brain injuries, especially if they were not wearing a helmet, or did not fasten their helmet properly. In fact, more than half of bicycle accidents of head injuries caused in bicycle accidents result in death.
Tax laws are one of the most important yet most complicated laws to follow. Learning about your tax obligations is time consuming, but a tax lawyer can be helpful in clarifying what you need to know and what you need to do.
When filing taxes, you could be faced with a range of penalties such as fines and jail time. These problems surface when timelines are passed and procedures are not followed properly. If the taxing authority finds these issues, ignoring the problem is the worst thing you can do. Even calling the IRS yourself can be a problem since they are trained investigators who gather evidence and use them against you later at a criminal proceeding.
Approximately 110,000 California residents live in nursing homes. Unfortunately, many of them are at risk for nursing home abuse. Nursing home abuse can be a very traumatic experience for elders who move into nursing homes to ensure long-term care. Nursing home abuse can interrupt proper care and leave elders with deteriorating physical or mental conditions.
When people place elder family members in nursing homes, they expect their loved ones to be properly cared for. However, nursing homes often display physical abuse, sexual abuse, malnutrition or financial exploitation of elders.