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Common Worker’s Comp Injuries for Truckers: How to Be Sure You’re Covered

Posted by on Oct 2, 2013 in Common Cases | 0 comments

For any employee who travels often for work, the line between your own life and work life can become blurred. This is especially true for truckers who spend weeks at a time on the road. The line between on-duty and off-duty can become hard to decipher, which complicates the process of receiving worker’s compensation in the event of an injury. It’s best to know where you stand on receiving worker’s comp before an injury even happens. Take a look at these common worker’s comp injuries for truckers and learn how you can...

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Does Where Your Lawyer Went to Law School Matter?

Posted by on Jun 5, 2013 in Common Cases | 0 comments

Everyone knows that law school is incredibly competitive, and that many future lawyers attend top law schools with the mindset that this will give them an advantageous head start in their legal careers. However, just how important is law school in terms of the client? Does it matter where your lawyer went to law school or is a top law school listed on a lawyer’s resume simply the icing on the cake? The truth is while a lawyer that attended a top ranking law school will likely have an easier time finding work straight out of law school than...

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Preventable Medical Errors That Cost Lives

Posted by on May 21, 2013 in Common Cases | 0 comments

Unfortunately, medical negligence is a regular occurrence in the health care system. As a result, there are many preventable medical errors that become the cause of serious injury and even death to hundreds of thousands of patients each year. Below are some of the more common medical mistakes that could be avoided with more proper care and procedures in place. Medication Errors The most common of all medical errors concerns medication. Mistakes may include assigning medications due to improper information about other medicines, allergies,...

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When You Don’t Bother to Draft a Will – A Layman’s Guide

Posted by on Apr 25, 2013 in Common Cases | 0 comments

Through a recent report in the UK it emerged that a staggering two thirds of people do not yet have a will. Now, for many that may not come as much of a surprise. A will is often a complicated legal document associated with old age and imminent death, isn’t it? This is a fallacy that deep down, everybody knows to be false and is fundamentally an excuse used by the busy (or the lazy) to put off drafting a will. “I’m not going to die tomorrow, I’ll do it then “may seem like a reasonable explanation, though, to be vaguely philosophical...

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Personal Injury Claims: Why Hiring an Attorney is Vital

Posted by on Apr 24, 2013 in Common Cases | 0 comments

Obtaining fair compensation for personal injury claims is difficult especially if one goes against corporations which can hire teams of professional lawyers. Certain injury suits are worth hiring a personal injury lawyer to state your claim to obtain maximum compensation for severe injuries, lost wages, malpractice and negligence incurred due to irresponsibility of another person. Why Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer? Approaching a legal battle with no lawyer means a severe disadvantage of little or no preparation. While the opponent files a...

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Child Endangerment Laws and Impaired Driving

Posted by on Apr 24, 2013 in Common Cases | 0 comments

Driving under the influence is undoubtedly considered a very serious crime in the majority of America. A DUI conviction can result in a loss of license, serious fines, jail time and several other consequences.When it comes to endangering children, however, these consequences can be much worse. Driving drunk with children in an automobile can be very dangerous, but in actuality, a person can face repercussions related to their children even after a DUI in which their child was not present. This makes it imperative for every parent charged with...

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Landlords: Know Your Legal Options! Unpaid Rent, Property Damage, And Lease Disputes

Posted by on Apr 23, 2013 in Common Cases | 0 comments

Whether you are leasing out a second home, leasing commercial property or own a multi-family apartment complex, state laws are very specific on the rights of landlords and tenants. Spell It Out In The Lease The best protection for both the tenant and the landlord is to sign a contract that provides for all contingencies in accordance with state laws. There are two basic lease formats, either month-to-month rentals or long term leases. Both types clearly spell out the rights of both parties. A month-to-month lease can be beneficial to tenants...

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Personal Injury Claims: What Can Make or Break Your Case

Posted by on Apr 23, 2013 in Common Cases | 0 comments

Most of us think that we’re being careful when we go about our daily activities. Unfortunately, data from the Centers for Disease Control show that 37.9 million people end up in emergency rooms every year due to injuries. This might lead people to believe that they’re not as careful as they think, but it’s important to note that many of these injuries are likely caused through the negligence of others. When this occurs, accident victims can often recover compensation by filing a personal injury claim, but this is only if they...

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Do It Yourself Divorce – When To Do It And When Not To

Posted by on Apr 4, 2013 in Common Cases | 0 comments

Filing for a no-fault divorce is tempting for many couples, particularly if money is tight or if neither partner wants to spend money on a divorce attorney. There are, however, strict state guidelines about who can file for a no-fault divorce and who can’t. Even if you qualify for it, there are many variables that should be taken into account before attempting to file for a no-fault divorce. If Minor Children Are Involved, Do It Yourself Divorce Is Off The Table Most family courts take the welfare of children very seriously. For that...

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The Most Common Personal Injury Claims

Posted by on Apr 1, 2013 in Common Cases | 0 comments

It is statistically impossible for a fully grown, mature person to have gone through his or her life up to the present moment without sustaining some sort of injury, be it in an accident caused by their own clumsiness and lack of foresight or by another person’s lack of skill, control or judgment. Most of the time these are little things – a few bruises, cuts and bumps –that no one but our self is to blame for, and yet other times it is easy to find a person to point a finger at, even if that person is only indirectly responsible....

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