Monthly Archives: September 2016

Can I Sue Someone for Harming My Credit Score?

In today’s economy, a person’s credit score is a significant asset. When good, they open people up to more opportunities and a better quality of life. But when poor, credit scores can cause people to struggle with various aspects of … Continue reading

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The Legal Concepts Surrounding Libel, Slander, and Defamation of Character

When someone’s words, whether written or spoken, causes harm to another person’s reputation or source of revenue, it is a civil wrong referred to as defamation. This area of the law provides relief for those victimized by defamatory statements, which … Continue reading

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Legal Liability for Prescription Drug Overdoses

When a person overdoses on prescription drugs, there are many questions about who’s to blame for their residual complications or death. Families who are dealing with this unfortunate and common tragedy want to know if there is anyone that should … Continue reading

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3 Lies About Slip and Fall Accident Cases

In the field of personal injury law, slip, trip, and fall cases add up to a significant amount of claims. From wet floors and icy sidewalks, to unleveled concrete and frayed carpeting, slip and fall claims are wide-spread, which means … Continue reading

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