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if the owner of an animal abandons the animal, showing an intent to relinguish ownership, and another finds the animal, the finder of the animal is the new owner.

No. Regardless of whether you think its a scam or not, fact is, you allowed your dog to bite someone. If he is making a big deal outof it, you will simply have to contend with it and  go through ...Read more

Not only can you sue for the medical bills, you can also sue for pain and suffering and any disfigurement that may have been caused.

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OPM Disability Retirement under FERS or CSRS: Avoiding emotional identification

We all do it, to one extent or another; doctors who deal with terminal children or relegated to the emergency floors; patients who must see the foreboding grief in the eyes of family members who hav ... Read more

OPM Disability Retirement under FERS or CSRS: The implication of 'finding happiness'

Human beings live in a duality of universes; within the linear historicity of an objective world, daily unfolding with encounters with physical objects and other beings, comprised of interactions bo ... Read more

OPM Disability Retirement under FERS or CSRS: The power of dialectical shrewdness

The Middle English noun form of the term connotes a conniving and negative tone, as in the focus of Shakespeare's play, "The Taming of the Shrew"; but the adjective form merely denotes a p ... Read more

OPM Disability Retirement under FERS or CSRS: Linguistic Machismo

The term is derived from Spanish origins, and it is that characteristic which contributed most to the rise of Hemingway's fame, and his ultimate act of self-destruction. Of bullfights, big-game hunt ... Read more

FERS & CSRS Disability Retirement: The nose beyond which

The human animal has reached a point of evolutionary pedigree where constant vigilance with the outside world is generally thought to be unnecessary; although, still when an individual walks through ... Read more

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