Anyone For Buttered Cigarettes? The Bizarre And Dangerous Injuries That Zolpidem Tartrate Can Cause

According to the National Sleep Foundation, around 30 percent of Americans suffer with some form of sleep disruption. Conditions like insomnia can lead to dangerous side effects during the day, and 10 percent of people who have trouble sleeping also suffer with functional impairment during the day. In cases of chronic insomnia, doctors will sometimes prescribe medications that can help people get the sleep they need, but some drugs can cause dangerous side effects. Read More 

3 Things To Do Immediately After Getting Your First DUI

Have you just received your first DUI? It can be a scary and confusing time, especially if you've never been in trouble with the law previously in any way. You are probably wondering if you will go to jail, if you will lose your driver's license, if your insurance rates will go up (or if your insurance company will drop you), and if you will have to pay a ton of money in fines, among other things. Read More 

5 Social Security Changes Coming In 2015

Social Security effects most of the people in the United States. Whether you are paying into Social Security or collecting from it, you should stay involved, talk to people such as Todd East Attorney at Law, and understand any changes that the government makes to Social Security. Next month it will be 2015 and a handful of changes will be made to Social Security. Here are 5 changes coming in 2015 that you should be aware of. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Know About Spousal Support In North Dakota

Are you going through a divorce in North Dakota? You might have talked to your divorce attorney about spousal support (also known as alimony). If your spouse acquired a large amount of assets during your marriage while you did the majority of the work of raising the children and/or keeping the house, you may feel entitled to either part of those assets, or a regular income from your spouse after your divorce. Read More 

Attorney- Client Privilege - What Does It Really Mean?

If you have been accused of a crime and hired an attorney, you may be wondering exactly what to tell your attorney. While he or she needs to know the truth in order to prepare your case, can the things that you say really be used against you? Your attorney may tell you that anything that you say is protected by attorney-client privilege, but exactly what does it really mean, and what does it cover? Read More