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Car Accident Settlements in Arizona Explained

Guest post by Timothy J. Ryan & Associates Although it is necessary to file a lawsuit in order to recover the compensation that you need following an accident, a car accident settlement is another option that the involved parties can consider. Simply put, a settle is an informal method for wrapping a case up as… Read more »

Paralegal Internships: Tips for Being the Best Candidate

When screening potential employees, legal firms look for prior legal work experience in addition to an education in legal studies. The best way to gain real work experience and get your foot in the door is through internships. Internships provide the opportunity to gain valuable skills and experience working in a firm so you can… Read more »

3 Tips to Deliver Powerful Presentations

Have you ever sat through a boring presentation that almost puts you to sleep? Professional presentations are almost inevitable in every work field, yet presenters often fail to hit the mark and are sadly diagnosed with a case of PPD, Pathetic Presentation Disorder. Great presenters are not rare talents but people who have honed public speaking skills by understanding… Read more »

Massage Therapy is for Everyone

Massage therapy is one of the oldest healing art and today it is recognized as part of many physical rehabilitation programs. It has been proven to be beneficial for many chronic conditions including back pain, arthritis, bursitis, fatigue, high blood pressure, diabetes, immunity suppression, infertility, smok Massage Therapy is for Everyone Many people are under… Read more »

Turning Tweeting into a Career

Social Media is a popular topic in both personal and professional conversations today. It seems everyone is on at least one social media site whether that be Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Foursquare, Tumblr, or other. This is because social media has become the preferred method of communication and information broadcasting. The increasing education in web and… Read more »

Starting a Business is like Training for a Triathlon

How is starting a company like training for a triathlon? Sam Inkinen, founder and president of Trulia and a top ranked amateur triathlete shares his knowledge. Eight years ago when Sam Inkinen first moved to the United States, he had no bicycle, wetsuit, nor knowledge about the real estate industry. He has come a long… Read more »

Pyramid to Plate: A New Guide to a Healthy Diet

Last week, First Lady Michelle Obama unveiled the new USDA symbol for healthy eating: a plate. This new plate will be replacing the well-recognized but confusing food pyramid, which has been the symbol for healthy eating for the past two decades. The food pyramid, originally created in 1992, was modified in 2005 but still confused… Read more »

The Power of Saying “Thank You” – The Job Interview Thank You Letter

“Follow-up/thank you letters count! Two candidates for senior posts lost out recently because they didn’t send letters after job interviews, recruiter for Dussick Management Associates says. The companies had hoped the letters would provide clues to the applicant’s communication skills.” – Wall Street Journal In this day and age when most things we write are… Read more »

The Future is Bright for Aspiring Paralegals

You pay college tuition, you attend class everyday, you take extensive notes on your professors’ lectures, and you pull all-nighters to ace that test…but do ever find yourself asking, “What am I going to do once I get my degree? What kind of career will it get me?” With the job market as tough as… Read more »