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How Does Alcohol Affect Driving?
How Does Alcohol Affect Driving?

Most of us know the legal definition of driving under the influence. It’s a blood alcohol content of .08. As long as you are below that, you are okay to drive, right? Wrong! Alcohol’s effects on the body begin to take place right after you start drinking. You can be charged ...

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  • Can Social Media Affect Your Personal Injury Case?

    We love social media. We even use it ourselves—Follow us, @manninglawoffice on Facebook. However, we usually recommend clients refrain from posting on ...

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    1: Limit Distractions Before You Leave Being safe takes preparation. Just like you wouldn’t leave your house without putting your seatbelt on, you ...

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  • Manning Law, APC successfully defends the rights of the disabled in the High Court

    Whether you have had your rights violated or been injured by someone else’s negligence, give us a call at (800) 783-5006 or come in for a free ...

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    In order for any legal financial settlement to be reached, the courts must determine who is at fault. In straightforward cases, this is usually done ...

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  • FAQ: What Rights Do You Have If You Are in a Car Accident in California?

    Being involved in a car accident can result in severe and life-altering injuries. However, it is essential to remember what your rights are in this ...

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