Personal Injury Lawsuit: Claims for Lost Income

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Lost income is a commonly ignored aspect of a personal injury lawsuit. However, you can always include the damages for lost income while calculating the settlement amount, considering both the amount of money lost due to the failure of doing your regular job as well as the prospective work opportunities you missed…

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Hiring a Burn Injury Attorney

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Burn injuries due to a fire accident can not only be painful, but also lead to physical scarring, psychological distress, and other long-term health problems. If you have been injured in a fire accident due to the negligence of another person, you can file for compensation for your damages. However, as the…

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Everything you Need to Know About Bus Accident Lawsuits

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Bus accidents usually happen due to a collision with another vehicle, guardrails, bridges, trees, or any other stationary object. Most of the time, the cause of the accident is found to be an error on the bus driver’s part, negligence of the bus company, equipment failure or mechanical problems, harsh weather, or…

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What to Do When You Are Involved in a Construction Site Accident

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Construction sites can be very dangerous places. In fact, studies say that the risk of being injured in the construction industry is about 20% more than that in other industries. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), construction-related injuries and fatalities are usually caused by any of the “Fatal Four”…

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A Detailed Look at Wrongful Death Lawsuit

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As wrongful death happens due to the negligence or intentional act of another person, dealing with the lawsuit can be very challenging for the grieving family members. That is why having a reliable and qualified wrongful death attorney by your side is the most recommended way of approaching the case. A wrongful…

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Landlord Liability for Criminal Acts of the Tenant

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Property owners are required by law (to some degree) to protect their tenants from burglary, assailants, as well as other occupants in the rental property. The landlord is also liable for the criminal acts of tenants living in the building along with having a duty to protect the neighborhood from illegal activities….

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Tenants Rights and Hiring a Real Estate Attorney

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Landlord-tenant relationships are always complicated and a lot of disputes can arise out of nowhere when you live in a rented home. Most of the minor issues can be solved by making some compromises, but some serious issues might require you to hire an attorney to deal with the dispute and to protect…

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