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  This is some interesting information about the compound effects of a single residential property foreclosure. This not only affects the displaced family, but also the surrounding community. Via: ProtectYourFuture

These statistics of public vs. private attorney are very interesting. Hopefully you will never have to decide, but information is always powerful – just in case! Both Public and Private attorneys are licensed attorneys with the proper qualifications to handle law cases. You can view the details below. Via: Los Angeles Criminal Lawyers Farar Law […]

The “New CSI Tool”: Facebook??? Apparently, it is a valuable tool in solving crimes. There have been cases where people posted picture evidence, but it can be used for much more than that. Even establishing whereabouts, known associates, etc. Fascinating! Via: NYCCriminalLawyers.com

Ever wondered what makes the perfect mortgage borrower? Want to improve your chances of getting a mortgage or your interest rates? Please view this chart below. Via: NYC Bankruptcy Lawyer

Interesting statistics for Medical Malpractice from 2012. This chart has some very interesting information including the numbers of medical errors, the states with the most medical payouts, and demographic information pertaining to payouts. Via: Long Beach Personal Injury Lawyers

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axpayers have good reason to wonder if the Mississippi Department of Transportation is the victim of a vicious effort to undermine the credibility of the agency or an almost villainous abuser of the public trust. Last month, the Joint Legislative Committee on Performance Evaluation and Expenditure Review commonly referred to as the PEER committee released […]

Clinton’s mistakes wasted much of best time in office WASHINGTON – Bill Clinton is too young and too protean a character to sum up for history in a few words. It is entirely possible, given his energy and his talent for arranging both catastrophes and comebacks, that what he does in the next quarter-century will […]