Legal Faux Pas You Should Avoid When You Are Trying To Make A Personal Injury Case

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You know a lot about personal injury cases (probably!), but did you know that you can make a lot of legal faux pas that can ruin your claim/case? Sadly, many people make these mistakes, and it ends up costing them a positive result in their cases. The mistakes are rather simple ones and can be easily avoided if you know what they are and how to avoid them. Most of these mistakes often occur before you are able to consult with personal injury law attorneys, which is why so many personal injury cases never make it to or past the initial filing stage.…

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If A Loved One Has Died As A Result Of A Cycling Accident, Is It A Wrongful Death?

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When the warm summer weather comes back to the cities and towns of the country, more people are out enjoying the sunshine. This means, more bicycles will be on the pathways, sidewalks, and roadways and there is a higher chance of a collision with a vehicle. Has your loved one been involved in an accident in which they were killed by a vehicle while riding? Is it a wrongful death? It depends on how it happened.…

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Defining "Loss Of Limb" And "Loss Of Use" In Regards To Your Accident/Lawsuit

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When you have been in a really bad auto accident, lawyers try to make the situation better. They want to help you sue the parties responsible, especially when the accident causes a physical disability. When you have your auto accident lawyer file a lawsuit, he or she will need to know if you have “loss of limb” or “loss of use of a limb.” Here are the differences, why it matters to your lawsuit, and how it determines how much compensation you can request in your lawsuit.…

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