It is a scary thought indeed.Maybe you are walking in a crosswalk and a
car turns right and hits you.It happens
hundreds of times every year in Baltimore County.Hopefully, the injuries that you may sustain
will be minimized by the fact that the vehicle was traveling at a slow
speed.Still, this is a classic David
Here are some steps you can take immediately –
1.Stay calm.Move out of the street if you are able.
2.Don’t let the
3.Call the police
and have everyone wait for them.
4.Collect plenty of
info. on the driver.
5.Take as many
photos as you can.
6.Call a lawyer.
As to that last point, if you are a pedestrian and you are
struck by a car please remember the name Briana Arnold.She is a Baltimore area car and pedestrian
accident attorney.She will represent
you in a thorough and aggressive fashion.Here is her phone number (410) 484-1400.That’s the Baltimore law office of Briana Arnold at 1777 Reisterstown
Road Suite 385.
What is the definition of mutual consent divorce? In the State of Maryland, it means that both parties complete a single consent petition. In general, the consent petition explains to the court that both parties are in favor of a divorce. There are no contested issues such as property division or child custody to be considered.
You must meet these four conditions to qualify –
1. There are no minor children
2. They have a signed agreement ready to present to the court
3. Neither party asks the court to set aside that agreement
4. They both appear at the hearing
It may seem simple, but since emotions are involved you should seek representation in a Maryland mutual consent divorce case. Perhaps the right choice for you is Briana Arnold, a noted Baltimore family lawyer. Call her for a consultation at her 1777 Reisterstown Road office to review your particular situation. That phone number is (410) 484-1400.
American business is about profitability pure and simple. If you bring a certain set of skills to a job, chances are you will be hired for that position. Being a citizen or not will not necessarily be the primary decision in the hiring process. The message here is to sharpen your skills, apply wherever you can, and work on obtaining your H1-B Visa.
H1-B allows U.S. employers to employ foreign workers in specialty occupations. Here is a fact you should know…If a foreign worker in H-1B status quits or is dismissed from the sponsoring employer, the worker must either apply for and be granted a change of status, find another employer, or leave the United States.
That last prospect is not one that many of our constituents wish to face. To find out more about H1-B Visas and all of the intricacies of foreign employment in the United States and specifically in the State of Maryland please make an appointment with immigration attorney Briana Arnold at her Baltimore office. Just call (410) 484-1400.