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Why Do Personal Injury Attorneys Turn Down Cases?

There are instances when a personal injury attorney may turn down your claim. This may leave you wondering if there is any hope for justice but, keep in mind the fact that civil lawsuits are not really about justice; they’re about compensation. If you’ve been turned down as a client by an attorney, some or […]

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Suing Your Landlord Over Bedbugs

A lawsuit over a bedbug infestation has won a Maryland woman $800,000 in a lawsuit against her landlord, according to reporting in the Huffington Post. This is not the only such lawsuit that has been filed. According to the same reporting, 300 people who dwell in the same apartment building filed a class action lawsuit […]

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Medical Malpractice Claim Tips

Medical malpractice claims are among the most intimidating lawsuits to pursue. First and foremost, you’re having your medical information revealed in court, which isn’t a very pleasant experience for most people. Second, you’re going up against medical doctors and experts who will fight you at every step of the way. The following information might help […]

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Negligent Drivers and Car Maintenance

Sometimes, a driver’s negligence comes down to them not taking care of their vehicle properly. For example, in California, a driver can have points deducted from their license if they have certain mechanical violations that make their vehicle unsafe to drive, according to the California Department of Motor Vehicles. Other states have similar laws. In […]

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Suing a School District

Sometimes, people who file lawsuits end up filing them against entities rather than against individual people. Some of these cases are filed against school districts for various reasons. For instance, Dallas News recently ran a story about a woman who sued her former employer, which was a school district located in New York. Her lawsuit […]

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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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