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On February 12, 2013 the British Columbia Legal Resource website launched to the public. The focus of eLawTalk.com is personal injury law, criminal defence law, wills and estates and family law.
(PRWEB) February 13, 2013
eLawTalk.com is a legal information website publishing information about legal issues and matters in British Columbia. It's published by a BC lawyer (non-practicing). Each of the 4 practice areas are extensively covered with online guides, articles and blog posts.
All the information published on eLawTalk.com is free for visitors. Moreover, visitors gain access to featured lawyers who offer legal services in the various legal areas covered on the website.
Upon arriving to the home page, visitors can quickly access the main online guides of each legal area. Once arriving to the sought legal area, readers are presented with a series of highly informational legal articles on a variety of topics for each practice area.
eLawTalk.com is published as a non-affiliate law firm website to inform the BC public about various legal issues from a practical standpoint.
For example, the personal injury section includes important information about wage loss benefits, pain and suffering compensation, whether you should talk to ICBC and much, much more. You learn more about hiring an injury lawyer in BC at http://elawtalk.com/featured-langley-personal-injury-lawyer/.
Although eLawTalk.com offers a great deal of B.C. legal information, the website is not a substitute for hiring a lawyer. If you have a legal matter or question, you should always consult a lawyer ... preferably a lawyer who practices law in the legal area in which you have questions and/or a matter.
Visit eLawTalk.com at http://elawtalk.com/.
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