Americans have been urged by the IRS to watch out for tax fraud and scams during the pandemic. This fraud is especially common now due to the increased opportunity available to hackers online because of the internet and the increased number of transactions.
Almost 39 million people in the US need medical care after experiencing an injury each year. You have a right to compensation for both medical costs and other losses in the event of damage due to someone else’s negligence. Before any of this can happen, you’ll need to file a claim against that negligent party, whether you DIY your case or get legal representation.
A resisting arrest charge can usually stem from something much less serious—like a routine traffic check or other interaction with the law enforcement. It’s charged against someone who disrupts the legal detaining of suspects. It can result in even more charges since the circumstances can lead you to become confrontational or non-compliant, making it harder to dispute.
Immigration laws are strict in the US, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic. Although, it’s not mandatory to hire an attorney when applying for an immigrant visa, taking things into your own hands can be challenging. Hiring an attorney to handle all your immigration details can save you a lot of time—time that you would otherwise waste understanding the system.
Many teenagers and young adults make prank calls when they get together with friends. People usually try to have fun in their free time by making such calls. It is, however, a risky activity that can sometimes, lead to unexpected legal charges and land the caller in hot legal water.
In the US, nearly 6 million car accidents occur every year. Road accidents cause serious damage—not only to drivers but also pedestrians and passengers. The majority of such cases involve hit-and-run accidents. Many people get severely injured in these accidents but feel helpless as the at-fault drivers flee from the scene.