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The Risk of Asbestos Exposure

There are many places that have a higher risk of exposing an individual to asbestos. This includes all the buildings and properties that are run down. Such buildings may cause exposure to firefighters or construction workers. Older buildings and properties…

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Expert Witness and Your Claim

It is true that cases of asbestos exposure may be complicated because of the time passing since being exposed. And this could mean that the party responsible for the claim may no longer exist. In some cases it could be…

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Faulty Brakes Caused My Injury

In the state of Florida it is possible to pursue a legal claim against many parties. This is when injuries are due to defective brakes in an accident. If you want compensation because of faulty brakes that caused an accident…

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Dealing with Hit and Run Accidents

One article by cars.com regarding hit and run deaths, stated; “The study, by the roadside assistance giant AAA, reported that 2 049 hit and run deaths occurred in 2016. In the decade leading up to the tragic peak, an average…

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Admission of Guilt and Liability

Admission of Guilt and Liability Generally, most people are aware that it is of the utmost importance to watch what they say after a car accident. This is especially so at the scene of the accident. However, this is a…

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Liability and Laws of Negligence

A person who causes someone else to suffer personal injury can be held liable if found to be negligent by law. It must be noted that negligence has a specific legal definition. However, it is necessary to understand this definition…

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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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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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Insurance Company Tricks Against Your Claim

Insurance Company Tricks Insurance agents are shown as caring, friendly people interested in looking out for you. However, the truth is when it comes to being faced with an injury claim, insurance companies have the tendency of using any trick…

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Personal Injury Case Evaluation

Personal Injury Case Evaluation Have you suffered serious injury as a result of a car accident? Are you considering filing a personal injury lawsuit? Well, if you are then the question you may first ask yourself is ‘what is my…

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