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Personal Injury: To Settle or To Sue?

If you have been injured because of someone else’s negligence you may be eligible for compensation through a personal injury claim. Because you are in a car accident you may assume that a lawsuit will get you the best results.…

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Personal Injury: Cognitive Distraction

Personal Injury: Cognitive Distraction Cognitive distraction is a way of describing driver inattention; for example, not keeping your eyes and mind on the road. Cognitive distraction can be as dangerous as driving while intoxicated. This article will discuss the dangers…

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Negligence and the Reasonable Person

Negligence and the Reasonable Person The definition of negligence gives reference to the phrase ‘someone of ordinary prudence’. This can be replaced with the phrase ‘reasonable person’. The reasonable person is a legal standard used in negligence cases. Each state’s…

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Personal Injury: Proximate Cause

Personal Injury: Proximate Cause The extent of the harm is not limited by what was or was not foreseeable. Foreseeability is a test used to determine proximate cause. By definition, proximate cause is “An actual cause that is also legally…

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Personal Injury: Foreseeability

Personal Injury: Foreseeability If you have been involved in a car accident that resulted in an injury; it is likely that the first question encountered is: who was at fault for the accident? This article will discuss the concepts of…

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Valuing Injuries: Burn Injuries

Valuing Injuries: Burn Injuries An accident can result in a variety of injuries to occupants of a vehicle or pedestrians. This article will discuss burn injuries and how much to expect in a personal injury claim settlement. It must be noted…

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Valuing Injuries: Nerve Damage

Valuing Injuries: Nerve Damage Any accident can have minor to extremely severe damages in respect of injuries to the person. In personal injury claims the plaintiff is provided with the opportunity to get compensation for their injuries. This article will…

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