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Debris on roadways contributes to thousands of accidents every year. What comes to issue is who might be held liable in the event of injuries or deaths in accidents caused by that debris. This blog entry addresses how that liability issue might be approached. The entry is purposed for any jurisdiction in the United States. | Read More →Words: 619 Downloads: 0 Category: Law By: LegalBlogWriter
Most people believe that a personal injury case must be proved beyond a reasonable doubt, but that's not true. This blog entry discusses the burden of proof in personal injury cases, how it differs from the burden in a criminal case, and how to meet that burden. | Read More →Words: 578 Downloads: 0 Category: Law By: LegalBlogWriter
Nearly all personal injury lawyers work on a contingency fee basis. This piece discusses the advantages of retaining a personal injury lawyer on a "no fee unless we win" contingency fee agreement. It's a blog entry fit for any plaintiff personal injury law firm in the country. | Read More →Words: 505 Downloads: 0 Category: Law By: LegalBlogWriter
The legal terms and "claim" and "lawsuit" might be used interchangeably. There's a world of difference between them, especially in the law of personal injury and an injury victim's right to seek compensation for his or her injuries. This blog entry distinguishes the two terms from each other, especially in the context of the applicable statute of limitations. It fits well with any blog section for any personal injury law firm in the United States. | Read More →Words: 687 Downloads: 0 Category: Law By: LegalBlogWriter
This blog entry is a great fit for any personal injury law firm in the United States. It discusses why injured accident victims should never discuss their claims with an opposing insurance company. They're encouraged to retain a reputable and effective personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. | Read More →Words: 504 Downloads: 0 Category: Law By: LegalBlogWriter
Injury victims enter into contingency fee retainer agreements with lawyers every day. Most of those agreements are written in one dialect or another of legalese. This piece provides both potential clients and existing clients some guidance of what a standard written contingency fee agreement consists of. An established and respected personal injury law firm won't hesitate to include the honest advice contained in this article in its blog section. | Read More →Words: 691 Downloads: 0 Category: Law By: LegalBlogWriter
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