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November 2018 Archives

Brakes causing problems for GM vehicles

Cars are necessary forms of transportation for many Miami residents. We need vehicles to get us to our jobs, see our families, go to the store, church, etc. Most car manufacturers understand the importance of safety when they build their cars and make sure their cars are safe. Unfortunately, sometimes there are automobile design defects that result in unexpected accidents and injuries.

Information regarding dual citizenship

There are some residents of the Miami area who hold dual citizenship with another country. These residents have legal rights in both countries, yet there can be legal complications that often arise with dual citizenship. There are several ways in which a person can acquire dual citizenship in the United States along with several ways in which they can lose their United States citizenship. Those who have dual citizenship or are interested in acquiring it should learn this important information.

Legislation introduced to protect H-1B spouses

There are many foreign workers in the Miami area on an H-1B visa. This visa allows for people from other countries to work in the United States. An H-1B visa is an important visa for many companies in the United States, especially for employing technical workers. Legislation recently introduced in Congress is aimed to help spouses of H-1B visa holders.

Police officer charged with manslaughter after fatal car crash

The unexpected death of a loved one is a terrible event in the life of a family. No one expects their loved one will be killed by another person's negligence, especially in a fatal car crash. Unfortunately, many Miami drivers do not follow safe driving practices and engage in risky behavior, such as speeding. And, those who should know better, like police officers, are not exempt from bad driving.

Lawsuit seeks to stop immigration agents from boarding buses

Miami residents understand that immigrants are the backbone of Florida. Many of us are from another country and appreciate the opportunities that the U.S. brings to its residents. Immigration policies are constantly changing these days, and a recent lawsuit against Greyhound bus services highlights the struggles immigrants face.

Lime scooters recalled for danger of breaking apart

Electric scooters are becoming more and more popular in Miami and in other cities around Florida. The scooters are a fun way to get around town in a quicker way than walking. But, one brand of rental electric scooters have been recalled because of the risk of falling apart which is making it a products liability risk.

Father and daughter killed while trick or treating

Recently, people in the Miami area celebrated Halloween by going to parties, dressing in costume and the ever-popular trick or treating around neighborhoods. Many families take their children trick-or-treating as a fun tradition. Drivers understand they need to be extra cautious on Halloween night, but unfortunately, a tragic fatal car crash still occurred.

How to get a U.S. work permit

There are many people from foreign countries who are interested in working in Florida. Foreign workers have some steps to go through in order to be granted a work permit. There are many different work permits that can be issued, depending on a person's immigration status. As such, both workers and employers are interested in employment immigration issues.

Roofing contractor cited for fatal Florida accident

When Miami residents go to work each day, they expect to return to their families at the end of their shift. Most of the time this is the case, as workplaces understand the importance of employee safety. But, occasionally a workplace accident occurs that causes serious injuries and even death. In these situations, a wrongful death lawsuit may be appropriate.

Barriers caravan immigrants may face when they reach the country

News agencies in Florida and across the United States have been reporting on a caravan of immigrants that are headed to the U.S. to seek asylum. Many of these immigrants are coming to the U.S. from Honduras hoping to make a better life for themselves and their families. But, they face many obstacles when they arrive at the U.S. border.

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