How An Attorney Can Help You In What Seems Like A Frivolous Personal Injury Suit

Posted on: 30 May 2018
Personal injury lawsuits don't always happen for obvious reasons. For example, a friend jumping into your pool and injuring themselves may seem like a weak reason for a lawsuit. However, it has happened before and thrown unprepared people for a loop. That's why it is critical to take these cases seriously and to hire an attorney. The Judge May Allow What Seems Frivolous To Continue  In your eyes, your friend's personal injury lawsuit may seem to have no merit.
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Taking A Trip Down Divorce Street

Posted on: 24 April 2018
If you and your spouse have decided to call it a day, you may be wondering "what's next?". Going from married to single is a process, and a great deal of how it goes depends on you and your soon-to-be ex. You can make your divorce quick and easy or contracted and difficult; and when you can work issues out yourselves instead of using the courts, you will get away with a divorce that is cheaper, faster, and easier.
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Involved In A Slip And Fall Accident? Three Steps You Should Take After The Accident

Posted on: 3 April 2018
When you slip and fall, the first thing on your mind is not a personal injury lawsuit. Instead, you may be concerned about your health and potential injuries, ensuring this doesn't happen to anyone else or even being embarrassed after falling. While a personal injury claim is not likely on your mind at this point in time, the steps you take after the accident can impact any claim you may potentially file in the future.
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Online Libel: What To Know

Posted on: 27 February 2018
The advent of the internet and social media has brought profound changes to the way people communicate, get information and are entertained. These positive effects are all well and good, until they end up causing harm. Anything posted on web sites, social media and more are subject to a particular form of personal injury known as libel. As a reminder, defamatory statements can consist of slander, which is the spoken offense and libel, which is the written form of the offense.
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