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A Closer Look At The Difficult Questions You May Have About Birth Injury

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When you are expecting a new baby, one of the first things that you will be anxious to know once your little one arrives is if everything is okay with your child. Even though there will always be the occasional issues that result from a normal labor and delivery, there are some birth injuries that could have been avoided. It is crucial to understand the difference as a parent between what would qualify as a birth injury and what is merely a birth defect. Read More»

Proving Innocence When Being Blamed For A Fall

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If you own a small business of your own and someone claims they had fallen on the premises resulting in an injury, you may want to prove the person had made up this claim in order to collect insurance benefits. While insurance will handle the perpetrator’s claims if it is not verified to be a false incident, your premiums may be raised and your reputation will be tarnished. Here are some steps to take to prove the person who had fallen was not really a victim but rather someone making false claims to cheat the system. Read More»

3 Questions To Help You Find The Right Motorcycle Accident Attorney

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If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident bad enough to seek reparations, you probably will need to hire a personal injury lawyer. When selecting a lawyer to represent you, it’s important to choose someone who is experienced in motorcycle accident claims and not just a generic attorney. After all, you’re hiring an attorney for their specialized knowledge, specifically for their knowledge about laws regarding motorcycle accidents. Here are three questions to help you find a personal injury lawyer who has experience with motorcycle injury cases. Read More»

Can More Than One Provider Be Liable In A Medical Malpractice Case?

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In a medical malpractice case, it is sometimes possible to hold more than one party liable for injuries. Whether or not it is possible depends largely on the circumstances of the case and the state’s laws. If you believe that more than one party is responsible for medical-related injuries, here is what you need to know.  What Is Joint Liability? In personal injury law, joint liability is the principle that responsibility for an injury and damages is shared by more than one party. Read More»

Unexpected Death: Why You Might Have A Viable Wrongful Death Lawsuit To File

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Accidents happen and loved ones die from natural causes all of the time. If you have a loved one that was being treated for an illness that suddenly took a turn for the worse and died, you may have a viable wrongful death lawsuit on your hands. When your loved one had a favorable prognosis and died unexpectedly, how your loved one was treated by medical providers may have been the cause of their untimely death. Read More»