Saturday, November 28

Legal

What to Do if Your Child Has a Birth Injury
Advice, Legal, News

What to Do if Your Child Has a Birth Injury

Having a baby is one of the most magical times in anyone's life. Imagining your life together as a new family, all the sweet moments of snuggling, all the first moments in your child's life, all the special days you'll spend together—all of these whimsical thoughts can fill anyone's heart with joy. That being said, being pregnant also includes a lot of unknowns and, therefore, a lot of fear and stress. Many parents-to-be are fearful that something may happen to their baby, and rightfully so. So much can go wrong—a birth defect, a birth injury due to doctor negligence or medical malpractice, and more. Of course, birth injuries range from something like scoliosis, which is serious but treatable, to something like brain damage, which can be far more devastating. Most of these fears are ...
How to Prepare for an Attorney Consultation
Advice, Legal, News

How to Prepare for an Attorney Consultation

When you set out to prepare yourself for a legal battle, it's important to hire the right attorney who has the legal experience for your specific case. You can arrange a free consultation at most law firms to determine the right attorney fit. You will receive limited legal advice during a consultation, but it's a great way to get a feel for a law firm's attorney-client relationship and the ability to fight for your legal rights. Finding the Right Attorney The first step in finding the right attorney is to search for a law firm based on your legal needs. Take the time to read online reviews and client testimonials. You can consider referrals but remember that your needs may differ from someone else's. Once you do narrow down your choices, confirm that their practice area aligns with your ...
UK e-scooters struggle after rulebreakers halt yet another trial
Legal, News

UK e-scooters struggle after rulebreakers halt yet another trial

  Yet another e-scooter trial has been put on hold after riders have been caught driving them recklessly. E-scooters should help to alleviate inner-city congestion and reduce pollution, at least in theory. Fewer people requiring the use of their cars can only be a good thing. Trevor Reed, a transportation analyst at INRIX, said last year:... Read more » The post UK e-scooters struggle after rulebreakers halt yet another trial appeared first on Internet of Things News.Connected Vehicles, Smart Cities, connected vehicles, e-scooter, featured, IoT, smart cities, smart city, transport, uk
Legal, News

Liberty wins first case banning police use of facial recognition

Human rights group Liberty has won the first international case banning the use of facial recognition technology for policing. In a judgment today, the Court of Appeal ruled that South Wales Police’s use of facial recognition technology breaches privacy rights, data protection laws, and equality laws. Liberty launched the case on behalf of Cardiff resident... Read more » The post Liberty wins first case banning police use of facial recognition appeared first on Internet of Things News.Human rights group Liberty has won the first international case banning the use of facial recognition technology for policing. In a judgment today, the Court of Appeal ruled that South Wales Police’s use of facial recognition technology breaches privacy rights, data protection laws, and equality laws. Liberty...