Homicide Or Wrongful Death? What To Do When A Loved One Dies

Posted on: 7 December 2017
The emotional upheaval that ensues when one loses a family member to negligence or a crime can be overwhelming. Pursuing compensation may not be the first thing that enters your mind, but it is key to moving forward in many situations. If you've recently lost a loved one and you're not sure if it qualifies as wrongful death or murder, there are a few ways to tell the difference. Here's how to make the key distinction so you know what to do when a loved one dies.
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4 Reasons You're Getting Offered So Little For Your Injury

Posted on: 4 November 2017
If you have been injured due to the fault of another, of course filing a personal injury lawsuit is the best way to receive compensation for your medical bills. However, many times people find that they aren't receiving the amount in compensation that they feel their case is worth. In fact, many people often end up settling for much less than what they should've. Here are four main reasons this happens so often:
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Three Guidelines For Your Car Accident Law Needs

Posted on: 11 October 2017
If you want to be sure that you are able to get back on the road and on your feet after a car accident, it is important that you follow the steps that will get you there. This means that you will need to reach out to a high-quality car accident lawyer that can serve you. It also means that you should be diligent in the steps that you take when seeking your personal injury payout from the case.
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Auto Accident Cases Aren't Always Straightforward

Posted on: 22 September 2017
How do you prove that an auto accident wasn't your fault? Is it obvious because of the angle of the damage or because of where you were in traffic? What if you rear-ended the other vehicle; is it so obvious that the other car backed into you or did something so terrible on the road that you couldn't avoid the hit? Many auto accident situations aren't so simple that a well-placed argument or the power of truth can save you from every situation, but with a few tools and techniques, you can make your argument a lot stronger if the truth isn't obvious to the legal system.
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