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Types Of Evidence To Help With Your Personal Injury Case

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Suffering an injury when out running errands due to the negligence of a business isn't just painful, it is also expensive. Fortunately, the law protects you as long as you can prove that the cause of your injury could have been avoided. To this end, you will need show evidence of the actual negligence. There are several ways to achieve this, as the following examples will show: Witnesses Witnesses that have no relation to you or the business, such as other customers, can provide testimony about the situation surrounding your injury.

7 May 2018

Nursing Homes And Sexual Assault: What You Should Know

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When you put your mother or father in a nursing home, the potential for sexual assault is probably the last thing you expect to happen. Unfortunately, sexual assaults at nursing homes are far more common than most people think. It's important to remember that sexual assaults are always about power and control -- which makes the elderly easy targets. Here is what you must know to protect the senior you love.

3 April 2018

3 Reasons To See A Special Education Attorney

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If you have a child that may require particular attention, it's likely you'll be more mindful of the way others treat your kid. Of course, you'd like to avoid any problems, but this isn't always the case when you have a child of this type. There are a variety of reasons you may need to rely on the expertise of an attorney in this area to help you and knowing what some of these are may be of great assistance to you.

20 February 2018

3 Vital Reasons To Get A Lawyer For Your Marriage Separation

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Are you and your spouse currently considering splitting up? Is the split a mostly amicable one, but you're still working out the details? Although you might be wanting to handle everything yourselves, you should seriously consider getting a lawyer to help you with everything, even if you're not quite ready for a divorce. Some states require a legal separation for a period of time before they'll grant you a divorce. Although the separation may not be quite as serious as a divorce, there are still a number of reasons why you might want a lawyer to help you anyway.

27 January 2018

Learn Important Things You Need To Know About Creating A Custody Agreement For A Child

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There are times when people have children together before they are married. This can create a very difficult situation because custody of the child will have to be established through the courts in order for an agreement to be legally binding. The following guide walks you through a few things that you need to know about creating a custody agreement for your child. Paternity Must First be Established In order for you to be able to get a custody agreement for your child, it must be proven who the father of the child is.

27 December 2017

Did You Slip And Fall In Or On Your Way Into A Store This Black Friday? When The Store May Be Accountable

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Slip and fall accidents can leave you injured. And on Black Friday, there slip and fall accidents are very common. In some cases, the slip or fall was your own fault. You tripped over your own two feet or didn't heed wet floor warning signs. But in other cases, the accident was the stores fault. If the store has any fault in your slip and fall accident, you may be able to bring a personal injury case against them and recover money for your medical expenses, pain and suffering and the money you missed out on if you couldn't work.

23 November 2017

The Criminal Law Rainbow: Why Some Criminal Colors Get Worse Sentences Than Others

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Most people would never associate a rainbow with criminal law. Yet, there are several colors given to subsets of crime. The colors are associated with the nature of the crimes, and each crime color of the criminal law rainbow has its assigned punishments as well. You may have heard of white or blue collar crime, but there are many more than that. If you have been charged with a crime, you can see which "

30 October 2017

Injured Due To Medical Malpractice? 3 Mistakes You Should Avoid

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Were you treated by a doctor that was negligent in their care, or did you suffer due to an error that they made when treating you? If so, a medical malpractice lawsuit can help you get the money you deserve to help recover from your injuries. Before you move forward with your case, be sure not to make any of these mistakes to ensure your lawsuit goes smoothly in mediation or in court.

7 April 2017

Dividing Your Assets in a Divorce: Equitable Property Division vs. Community Property States

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If you and your spouse are getting a divorce, it's important to know your rights when it comes to dividing up marital property. If you live in one of the few community property states, your marital assets will be divided in half. In the rest of the states, your property will be divided up into what is deemed equitable for both parties. While coming up with an agreement is usually preferred by both parties, if your ex won't budge on negotiating property division, you will probably have to fight for what you deserve in court.

27 January 2017

Why Does The Social Security Administration Reject Disability Claims?

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A significant portion of the applications for Social Security disability are denied each year. Unfortunately, when you apply for benefits, you could become one of those denials. To lower the chances of that happening, you need to understand some of the most common reasons that claims are denied.   You Missed a Consultative Exam Even though you are receiving treatment from your own doctors and provided your medical records to the Social Security Administration, or SSA, the agency might still ask that you undergo an examination with an independent medical examiner.

4 January 2017