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    Posted on October 25th, 2010

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    Vicious Dog Bites Often Result in Eye Injuries

    According to information released at the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s annual meeting, the more serious and severe a dog bite involving a child, the more likely that eye injuries are involved.  Besides, eye injuries in a dog bite mean extensive hospitalization for the child, and possibly even the need for multiple surgeries. The doctors who [...]

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  • DUI

    Posted on October 21st, 2010

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    Review of California’s DUI Laws

    California has some of the toughest laws in the country.  If you’re charged with DUI in the state, prepare for some of the harshest punishments, even for first-time drunk driving convictions. A first-time DUI conviction in California can mean jail time for between 96 hours to six months, and fines of between $390 and $1,000.  [...]

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    Posted on October 15th, 2010

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    David Lederer Attorney | Profile Updates

    Reputation management is becoming more and more important these days.  When someone searches for you online, you want to be sure they find information that is accurate.  If you are a business owner and move offices, does the internet know?  You may update your website and your Google Places listing but what about the 10, [...]

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  • Personal Injury

    Posted on October 12th, 2010

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    California’s Route 46 All Set to Receive Safety Improvements

    Years after a deadly crash on California’s Route 46 killed one person and seriously injured members of a family, authorities are beginning safety improvements to the accident magnet that also claimed the life of James Dean in 1955.  A project to make safety improvements to Route 46 will now receive funding of $78 million.  These [...]

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  • Immigration Law

    Posted on October 5th, 2010

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    Thousands of Asylum Seekers Disappointed Because of Deadline

    A filing deadline that went into effect in 1998, effectively blocks asylum for foreigners who didn’t apply for asylum within one year after they arrived in the United States.  Since that time, approximately 21,000 refugees have had their asylum applications rejected because they failed to file an application before the deadline.  That information comes from [...]

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