Life or Death Consequences: Part 1~ Immigration Law Blog

Life or Death Consequences: Part 1

Author: Guest Blogger on 06/02/2015

 

I wasn’t going to do it.  It was just crazy stupid.  We didn’t have the resources.  The hearing was in 20 hours, and that just wasn’t enough time to put a case together. And yet, knowing that there were life or death consequences, how could I tell the young mother and little boy sitting in front of me that they would have to face this trial on their own?

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New Immigration Practice In West Palm, Florida

New Immigration Practice

We are excited to announce the opening of our immigration practice here at Law Offices of Vastola & Associates! If you or someone you know is in need of assistance for an immigration matter, contact immigration attorney Kate Watson at our North Palm Beach office at (561)721-2500, or our Stuart office, (772)419-0999.

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Contributory Vs. Comparative Fault ~ With Attorney Jeff Vastola

Contributory Vs. Comparative Fault ~ With Attorney Jeff Vastola

CONTRIBUTORY VS. COMPARATIVE FAULT ~ With Attorney Jeff Vastola

Did you know that every State has the right to enact its own tort laws?  One such law is whether or not a person can recover for injuries caused by him or herself.  In today’s blog I’ll explain the concept of comparative fault, it’s really very interesting.

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