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Advice for Victims of Dog Bites and Animal Attacks

Here is the scenario: a dog, or other seemingly domesticated pet or animal, jumps and attacks you while on your morning jog, foot-commute to work, or stroll through the park. What do you do? There are several ways to approach … Continue reading

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Common Defects with Vehicular Recalls

Thousands of vehicles have been recalled by the manufacturer over the past several decades. This happens when certain parts or functions of a car or truck malfunction in a way that can cause a person harm or death. Defectively-designed automobiles … Continue reading

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A Pre-Existing Medical Condition Can Affect a Personal Injury Claim

When two drivers are involved in a motor vehicle accident, the at-fault party is the driver that demonstrated negligence, thus causing the accident. It is the insurance company of the at-fault party that will file any personal injury claims or … Continue reading

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Types of Additional Insurance Coverage Recommended for All Drivers

No matter how old you are, and how long you have been driving, there is always something new you can learn to better protect yourself and others on the road. In today’s case, it’s insurance coverage for motor vehicle accidents … Continue reading

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What Does Statute of Limitations Mean in an Injury Lawsuit?

When a person is injured in a negligent accident, they or their families may wish to pursue compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. In this case, they have a limited amount of time in which they can legally file a … Continue reading

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Is an Unfortunate Medical Outcome Necessarily Medical Malpractice?

Medicine and medical care is, without a doubt, one of the most delicate and complicated industries. No matter how proficient or well-versed a physician or surgeon may be, it is inevitable that at some point in their career, they will … Continue reading

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When to Sue for a Personal Injury

If a person is injured negligently, and suffers serious injuries, they should only expect to be compensated fairly. This is what a personal injury lawsuit can achieve for accident victims and their families. Although a person has every right to … Continue reading

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