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Most Crucial Evidence for Personal Injury Cases

Most Crucial Evidence for Personal Injury Cases

Evidence stands at the center of focus in any type of legal case, but for personal injury cases, having the right evidence is critical. As obvious as this may seem, there’s often very little time for gathering important evidence in the aftermath of an accident. If you’re seriously injured, you may not think about taking photos of the scene or…

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Car Insurance Options You May Need To Consider

Car Insurance Options You May Need To Consider

Your car insurance coverage typically protects you from liability if you injure someone else or damage a vehicle, reimburses you for damage to your vehicle, and provides reimbursement should your vehicle be stolen or damaged in a storm, fire, or other non-driving situation. But you may need to think about more coverage. Most insurance companies offer a number of different…

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Signs of Elder Abuse in Senior Care Facilities

Signs of Elder Abuse in Senior Care Facilities

If you have a loved one in a senior care facility, it’s important to know the signs of elder abuse. You might imagine that elder abuse would be something easy to identify, but it’s often harder than you think. Aging, in general, involves a decline in overall health, mental acuity, and mobility. Due to these natural effects of the aging…

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WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT SANITIZATION AND MASKS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT SANITIZATION AND MASKS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Knowledge is always powerful but especially in uncertain times. With the news putting out information that may be true, false, or somewhere in between, I decided to delve into some more details when it comes to disinfecting and masks. Key Takeaways Higher concentrations of disinfectant are not always better. Not all disinfectants sanitize every virus and bacteria. The disinfecting ability…

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Four Ways to Get Through the COVID-19 Pandemic

Four Ways to Get Through the COVID-19 Pandemic

Beyond the crucial aspects of sanitizing and social distancing, most people are encountering varying degrees of stress from the current pandemic situation, whether that is because of a changed schedule, uncertainty financially, or just the expectation of the unknown. I have found a few things that have helped me since the pandemic has begun.   TURN OFF THE NEWS: I…

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Common Employer Negligences Leading to Tractor Trailer Accidents

Common Employer Negligences Leading to Tractor Trailer Accidents

Semi-trucks pulling tractor trailers comprise a vital part of the economy. These big rigs transport nearly 70 percent of the goods to stores around the country. A crash involving a large truck can cause serious injury or death to people in smaller vehicles. An experienced truck accident lawyer can help injured parties recover financial and even punitive damages if negligence…

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Is Your Car Insurance Protecting You Properly?  Are You Sure?

Is Your Car Insurance Protecting You Properly? Are You Sure?

In discussions with clients, we often discover that many people think that their motor vehicle insurance protects them, but actually don’t have a good understanding of what that coverage really means. This can put you at legal risk. We see these situations often in car accident cases. Vehicle insurance protects more than your car or truck. It also protects your…

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Honest Labor Deserves Its Day of Rest

Honest Labor Deserves Its Day of Rest

Every year, American workers enjoy a legal holiday known as Labor Day, but many don’t know the details of its origin. Prior to the Industrial Revolution, agriculture was the primary occupation for the majority of people around the world. And the associated hard physical labor wasn’t only a man’s job.    Women regularly handled a number of physically demanding tasks,…

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Elements Required to Prove Assault and Battery

Elements Required to Prove Assault and Battery

  What elements does the law require to prove assault and battery? The answer to this question is key if you wish to pursue legal actions against someone who injured you intentionally. The first step involves knowing the difference between the term assault and the term battery. If you’ve ever watched any of the popular television law dramas, you’ve heard…

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