A recent article in The Wall Street Journal told the story of a person who had a 2001 conviction for misreporting the status of a loan on the books of a bank where he was employed. As a result of that conviction, this person lost his job in May 2015 when a background check revealed the conviction.
The National District Attorneys Association is proposing a bill that would change the way campus sexual assault cases are handled by colleges and universities. The thrust of the bill is that university should consult police before punishing these potentially criminal offenses.
When you purchase or renew your motor vehicle insurance you are given the option of purchasing uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance. These insurance options protect you even if you or your family is in a collision with another driver who has no insurance or very limited insurance. You can only consider yourself fully protected if you have both the full tort policy with uninsured/underinsured motorist protection.
You only full coverage with your insurance company if you have a full tort policy. A full tort policy gives you the right to make a claim for pain an suffering. You do not need to file a lawsuit to make that claim.