November

November 29, 2018

Foss Presents at Cass County Bar Association Meeting

Sean Foss, a partner at O’Keeffe O’Brien Lyson Foss attorneys in Fargo, ND, recently was a featured presenter at the November meeting of the Cass County Bar Association. Foss presented on the subject: “Voting Rights in North Dakota – Historic laws, Recent Changes and Litigation.” His presentation satisfied CLE credit […]
November 26, 2018

So You’ve Been Arrested on Solicitation Charges – What Now?

What is solicitation? If you try to seek the services of a prostitute, you may be arrested for solicitation.  Criminal solicitation may also apply to other crimes, but it is commonly referred to in relation to soliciting a prostitute.  Solicitation generally refers to hiring, offering, or agreeing to hire an […]
November 23, 2018

Economic Damages for Personal Injuries

Money cannot buy happiness, but it can make a big difference in how much medical treatment you can afford. After an accident, if you receive prompt care by a plastic surgeon, followed by months of physical therapy, you may be able to avoid a permanent disability. In some cases, getting […]
November 20, 2018

Things to Consider in a Contract for Deed

A contract for deed is generally a simpler and faster process than utilizing a mortgage lender when purchasing a property.  A contract for deed is an agreement for a buyer to make payments on a property for a specified amount of time in exchange for title to the property.  There […]
November 14, 2018

Tips on What to Do When Arrested on an Open Warrant

What is an open warrant? An open warrant means a judge has authorized law enforcement to arrest an individual at any time.  Essentially, if you have an open warrant for your arrest, your next interaction with law enforcement may end in your arrest and detainer.  For example, you never showed […]
November 12, 2018

Medical Records and Personal Injury

Reliance on evidence is what separates a fair justice system from one based on arbitrariness and tyranny. In civil lawsuits, the judge must decide whether the available evidence supports or refutes the plaintiff’s claim. In personal injury lawsuits, medical records are an essential piece of evidence. Why are Medical Records […]
November 8, 2018

What is a Lease-to-Own Contract?

A lease-to-own agreement, also referred to as a rent-to-own or lease option, provides flexibility in housing agreements.  In a lease-to-own agreement, the tenant/buyer has a standard landlord-tenant in place with an extra option providing for the tenant’s right to purchase the property.  However, the terms of a lease-to-own agreement can […]
November 6, 2018

No-Fault Laws and Personal Injury Claims

More than half of Americans cannot afford an unexpected $400 expense without resorting to borrowing money from friends or family. While appliance repairs and emergency travel are common causes of unexpected expenses, medical bills are among the most unavoidable. Beyond a certain point, you cannot put off medical care when […]
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