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Safety, Products and Liability: A Legal Blog

Welcome to my blog. This blog is dedicated to helping anyone who is currently in the midst of a liability issue. A few years ago, my daughter contracted listeria due to poorly packaged food. She, thankfully, was okay, but we still took her case to court. I want all families who have been affected by liability issues to understand their rights, so I decided to start this blog. My beautiful daughter is now 17 and preparing to start uni next year. I have three younger children as well and an amazing husband. Thank you for reading my blog. Please share my posts if they help you!

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Safety, Products and Liability: A Legal Blog

Mesothelioma Lawsuits: What Is Mesothelioma And How You Can Protect Your Workers From It

Mesothelioma is a form of cancer that has a rapid progression. It attacks the membrane that covers major organs including the heart, stomach and the lungs. Its main cause is asbestos, which is a flame and heat-resistant mineral used in building construction sites. If your workers are constantly inhaling asbestos fibers, they are at a high risk of contracting mesothelioma. And even if a person does not display signs of mesothelioma now, the disease may still catch up with him or her in the future.

You Won't Avoid Them, But You Can Lower Them: 5 Tips To Reduce Your Mortgage Refinancing Closing Costs

Mortgage refinancing involves replacing your existing mortgage in order to get better interest rates and terms. Instead of making a new mortgage and doing away with the old one, mortgage refinancing will pay off the old mortgage and allow you to take another one with better interest rates as well as terms. However, just like any other type of mortgage, you will not avoid the closing costs and they can add up to a higher percentage of the mortgage.

Business Trade Marks: Tips on Protecting Your Rights

The trade mark is a valuable asset for your business that provides a sense of identity for your products. In simple terms, trade marks can help you establish brand identity and serve as marketing tools that help new customers to easily recognise your merchandise. If you have registered your chosen trade mark, you will need to protect the design or logo from removal or infringement by other companies. Proper protection will help you gain better commercial advantage and prevent legal battles over trade mark ownership.