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Product Liability Holds Manufactures Responsible

If you’re a bit intimidated about filing a product liability lawsuit, it’s no wonder. Many of the people who file these claims are going up against very large companies, any of which is going to have a lot of money to put up for their legal defense. In fact, many product liability lawsuits are actually […]

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How Attorneys Are Using Computer Simulations

If you contract the services of a personal injury attorney, you may find that their services are a lot more advanced than they were even a few years ago. Computer simulations have become popular tools among good personal injury attorneys. These are typically used to re-create the circumstances of automobile accidents, where they can be […]

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What If Someone Injures You On Purpose

In some cases, you may be able to sue someone who has assaulted you. The law will vary in this regard depending upon where you are. Remember that there is no difference in whether or not you can sue based upon whether or not your assailant is facing criminal charges. If they are, however, and […]

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Understanding Contingency Fees and Agreements

Personal injury attorneys typically work on a contingency agreement. This type of agreement is not usually used in criminal cases or in family law cases. It is, essentially, an arrangement that makes the civil courts more accessible to people who might not be able to afford to pay fees to an attorney up front and […]

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How to Handle Legal Threats

There are some people in the world who like to threaten to sue at every opportunity. Most of the time, these threats can be dismissed as desperate actions undertaken by people who probably don’t even understand why they don’t have good reason to sue. There are those cases, however, where the person who threatens you […]

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Minnesota Adds Loss of Chance to Medical Malpractice Claims

The Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports that the High Count in Minnesota has added “loss of chance” to the list of items that the victims of malpractice can sue over. The case centered on a child who was not diagnosed with cancer that eventually spread, requiring extensive treatments. The child is currently going through chemotherapy to treat […]

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Suing Over an Assault

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When people are considering hiring a personal injury attorney, it’s usually because of a car accident, workplace injury, slip and fall or some other type of a mishap that was due to the negligence of another individual. There are instances, however, where personal injury attorneys are called in to deal with situations where somebody was […]

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Supreme Court DNA Ruling

On June 3, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 to overturn a ruling by Maryland’s Appeals Court regarding law enforcement’s ability to take DNA samples. The ruling means that law enforcement agencies can take DNA from a suspect they have detained in relation to a serious crime. The new ruling means that taking DNA samples will […]

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