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Accidents and Injuries in Day Care Centers Hectic schedules often force parents to juggle fast-paced jobs with family, posing a difficult problem for most. Many parents today rely on the help of day care centers for their children so that they can find time for other important things. Entrusting a child care facility with your […]
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A lien can often be prepared quickly, maybe too quickly. After all, it is just a simple form which you fill out and file, right? Not really. Any one of the following errors could invalidate your lien, causing you to lose this all important ability to protect your right to be paid.
Double check each lien before it is filed. It may sound easy enough, but some of the lien law’s requirements may not be so clear. For example, where is the right county to record your lien – is it where the property is located or where the lienor’s business is located? The lien is going to encumber the property improved by your work so it is always filed where the property is located. Filing on time also seems pretty straightforward; however, knowing the correct time-frames applicable to a particular lien can make all the difference. Your calculation should be based on calendar not business days (using a Calc-U-Lien helps in this regard). Many contractors make this next mistake, exaggerating the amount of their lien. Rounding out the amount or putting in an estimated cost to complete versus the correct contract balance – neither would be correct. And finally does your lien actually cover lienable items – work which improved the property and is considered lienable under the applicable statute?
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We may never know why Rina Patel, a 32-year-old woman from Interlaken, New York, fell overboard from the Carnival Ecstasy as the ship sailed near Grand Bahama earlier this month. Ms. Patel was last seen alive on Deck 11 shortly before dawn, and according to Carnival Cruise Line, she allegedly jumped. Ms. Patel was on […]
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Suing a cruise line for Injuries Due To Rough Seas People injured on a cruise ship from slipping, tripping, or falling should consider whether the ship’s movement played a role in the incident. Often large cruise ships on strict itineraries plow through high winds and rough seas to deliver passengers to ports on time, so they […]Read More
The search for Natalie Molina, a crew member of the Norwegian Pearl cruise ship, has finally been suspended after a rigorous search that began early last Thursday morning. The Coast Guard was notified about the incident at around 5:30 AM when Miss Molina could not be found in her cabin. They immediately launched a search […]
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