Hearsay – What Is It Really? | hearsay

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Posted on April 28, 2017 | Authored by Marshall W. Orsini, Attorney at Law Before I went to law school, I used to think that hearsay meant the same thing as rumors. You know when people say something like “don’t listen that talk, that’s just a bunch of hearsay.” But, as I soon learned in Read more…

OWI/DUI in Iowa – What Do You Do? | OWI/DUI

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Posted on April 5, 2017 | Authored by Marshall W. Orsini, Attorney at Law It is a situation that plays out hundreds of times every night across this country – you are out to dinner and have a couple of drinks. On your drive home, you see a police car behind you. The fear of Read more…

Overview of the Divorce Process in Iowa | divorce

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Posted on Jan. 5, 2016 | Authored by Marshall W. Orsini, Attorney at Law The purpose of this article is to explain the basics of the divorce process in Iowa.  Of course, if you ever have any questions about divorce, child custody and support, or other family law issues, please call Carr & Wright and Read more…

The Basics of Personal Injury Claims: Damages

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By Marshall W. Orsini, attorney at Carr & Wright, PLC After determining that another party is at least in part negligent in causing your accident, most people would want to know what their accident is worth. This is understandably a difficult question to answer, as there are a number of factors that go into this, Read more…

The Basics of Personal Injury Claims: Premise Liability

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By Marshall W. Orsini, attorney at Carr & Wright, PLC On a typical day, it’s probably safe to say that you’ll spend at least some time in a business – whether it’s a grocery store, restaurant, hardware store, or any other number of businesses in the community. Because of the nature of these businesses, the Read more…

New BAC Levels Proposed

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Across America, a blood-alcohol level of .08 is the legal limit to drink and drive.  In the news lately, the National Transportation Safety Board wants to lower that number to .05 – depending on your size that could be as few as one or two beers in one hour. Yes, operating while intoxicated is potentially Read more…

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