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Mental Illness Proving Claims Pt. 2

Personal injury cases often involve many different types of damages that the victim has suffered loss for. Such damages make up part of the full compensation that is sought during the personal injury claim. There are cases where a victim…

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Elements to Personal Injury Case

If you have been injured in a car accident, slip and fall accident, medical malpractice or workplace accident, now what? For most the immediate reaction may be to sue the person or party who caused your injuries. While you may…

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Medical Malpractice Elements Pt. 2

According to the Cornell Law School Legal Information Institute malpractice is defined as: “The tort committed when a professional fails to properly execute their duty to a client. The duty of a professional to a client is generally defined as…

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Medical Malpractice Elements

According to the Cornell Law School Legal Information Institute malpractice is defined as: “The tort committed when a professional fails to properly execute their duty to a client. The duty of a professional to a client is generally defined as…

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Medical Negligence v. Medical Malpractice

The term medical negligence and medical malpractice are often used as meaning the same thing. There are some instances where they mean the same thing, however, they are two different terms. Medical negligence is one legal requirement of medical malpractice…

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Elements of an accident claim

Elements of an accident claim There are four elements to a successful accident claim for compensation. These four elements must prove that a driver was at fault and caused the accident. Duty – every driver has the duty to obey…

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