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Personal Injury Law: 5 Helpful Tips For Filing A Slip And Fall Lawsuit

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If you have slipped and fallen at a store or at work and you are severely injured, you might be able to file a lawsuit. Even if your injuries are not severe, you might still be able to receive medical or monetary compensation for your suffering. Although slip and fall cases are difficult, you can still file and win. Here are five tips to help get you started: 1. Inform the Owner Read More»

Avoiding The Slip And Fall Accident In The Workplace

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No matter where you work, the potential for some sort of accident exists. Even conscientious employers cannot eliminate all possible hazards, although they are required by law to make your working environment as safe as possible. Employers failing to provide adequate fall protection was the number one violation reported to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration in 2014. Falls also constitute 25% of all injury claims per year and account for 65% of all work days lost. Read More»

Injured In Your Out-Of-State Hotel Room While On Vacation? This Is What You Should Know.

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A lot of folks are planning vacations out of their home states this spring and summer. Some of those people are going to get injured right in their own hotel rooms. If you’re among the unlucky ones and decide that you have to sue in order to recover for your injuries, one of the first questions you’ll have to answer is where you can sue. Here’s what you need to know about filing a lawsuit against a hotel in a different state. Read More»

Examples Of Situations In Which The Court May Classify Your Accident Injuries As Catastrophic

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You have probably heard that catastrophic injuries tend to receive higher settlement awards than other injuries. This may be true, but you should know that your idea of a catastrophic injury may be very different from the legal meaning of the same. Generally, the courts may consider your injury to be catastrophic if it involves: Long Term Debilitation An injury is considered catastrophic if it weakens your body, and the weakness is expected to continue for a long time. Read More»

What Happens When Someone Dies Without A Will

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Having a will is the best way to leave a legal document in place when you pass away that lets the government know exactly how you want your estate divided. In the event that someone passes without a will, there is a possibility that a loved one may not get the portion of the estate that the deceased wanted them to have. Here is a list of things you need to know if someone passes away without a will. Read More»