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Time Limits for Filing a Personal Injury Case

Just because someone sustains a personal injury does not automatically mean that person can file a lawsuit right away. Depending on the circumstances, the individual could have emotional trauma or is perhaps recovering in a hospital. However, there are time limits to consider, otherwise known as “statutes of limitation.” If you sustained an injury and […]

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May 18th, 2018

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Uncategorized

Can My Employer Force Me to Retire or Is That Discrimination?

If you are close to 65 and concerned that your employer is trying to force you to retire, you have protection. Thanks to the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), there is no mandatory age for retirement. Under this law, you have protection against discriminatory practices that include hiring, termination, promotions, benefits, training, job duties, […]

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August 16th, 2017

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Labor and Employment | Uncategorized

How to Fight a Dishonest eBay Seller for a Large Ticket Item

Although millions of people enjoy seamless transactions on eBay, others get scammed out of money. Unfortunately, not all eBay sellers are honest. If you purchased a bigger ticket item using this online auction site and got scammed, there are several options for fighting back. If you believe that an eBay seller scammed you but are […]

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July 6th, 2017

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Uncategorized

Is It Possible to Sue the Owner of a Dog That Seriously Injured Our Family Pet at a Dog Park?

Due to an increased popularity, dog parks are all over the country. These unique parks are a saving grace for many pet owners, especially city dwellers, people who have a difficult time getting around, and those with dog breeds that require a great deal of exercise. Although these parks provide a place for dogs to […]

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March 14th, 2017

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Personal Injury Law | Uncategorized

Tips to Legally Fight Identity Theft

Even with new systems available and more people becoming educated, identity theft remains a serious problem. Having someone gain access to your personal information is bad enough, but when your name, social security number, passwords, credit cards, and other identifiers are used, your world turns upside down. With identity theft, there are two major challenges. […]

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February 2nd, 2017

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Criminal | Uncategorized

Breach of Contract: What are My Legal Rights for Resolution?

To make an agreement legally binding, whether purchasing residential or commercial property, starting a new business or business venture, or selling or buying a product or service, a contract is executed by the involved parties. Typically, contracts are written, but they can also be verbal or oral. Both parties are required to follow the rules […]

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January 27th, 2017

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Corporate Law | Uncategorized
medical malpractice

Suing a Doctor or Hospital for Medical Malpractice

Within the healthcare industry, employees have a certain responsibility for their patients, whereas the facility in which treatment was administered may not be held liable for any wrongdoing. For both negligence and medical malpractice cases, it all comes down to proof. Negligence versus Medical Malpractice There are differences between negligence and medical malpractice. Typically, medical […]

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April 13th, 2016

Category:
Personal Injury Law | Uncategorized