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blueChallenges for Cause: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You

Even attorneys experienced in voir dire have difficulty understanding how trial judges apply the law concerning challenges for cause. This article will cover both the statutory and case law on the subject as well as suggesting how to convince a prospective juror to admit bias. Perhaps, more importantly, it will also suggest ways to convince the trial judge to sustain the challenge.

blue5 Tips for Understanding Class Actions

The law has changed so the judges are now supposed to look hard at settlements to make sure the class is receiving something of substance where there is a legitimate legal claim. So read the notice closely. You may be pleasantly surprised that the legal system is working for you, just as it should.

blue7 Steps to Help You Win Your Third Party Liability Suit in Illinois

Injured workers in Illinois can file both a worker's compensation case and a third-party liability suit against anyone responsible for their injuries other than a co-worker or their employer. Injured workers should take measures to help protect their rights and their recovery. Here are 7 specific steps they can take to help ensure a successful recovery.

greenLegal Aspects of Building in Indonesia

     By Leks&Co
Buildings are made to support people’s need of spaces. Building has many functions such as work space, business place, education place, recreation place and many more. In developing countries, especially for small countries, building is used to maximize the use of spaces.

greenRhode Island Child Custody Law: The Best interest of The Child Standard

The Supreme Court of Rhode Island has been consistent about delineating the factors that The Rhode Island Family Court must analyze in determining Rhode Island Child Custody Cases. Child Custody battles in Rhode Island usually occur in the context of Divorce cases, Post Divorce cases or Miscellaneous Petitions between non married parents seeking custody.

blueProtecting Your Family With Underinsured Motorist Coverage

The low policy limits required by Illinois' mandatory auto insurance law does not provide adequate coverage to victims of car accidents in all but the most minor car crashes. Underinsured motorist coverage is much more effective at providing protection for your family.

blueDistracted Drivers 2nd Most Common Cause of Accidents in North Carolina

     By Ingram Law Office
According to the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (NCDOT), distracted drivers are the second most common cause of car crashes in the state behind speeding.

blueMonetary Awards For California Personal Injury Actions

If you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligent act, you may recover monetary compensation, usually referred to as damages, from the party who is found to be at fault. Cal. Civ. Code, §§ 3281, 3282. These damages are awarded for any quantifiable past losses, like past and future medical expenses, and lost wages and loss of earning capacity. General damages are also awarded in these actions. General damages are most commonly referred to as pain and suffering.

blueWhat Exactly Does Negligence Mean In California?

In California, a plaintiff may not proceed on a claim of negligence until he or she properly pleads a prima facie case for the cause of action. Prima facie is a Latin term which means “on its face.” In legal terms it means that you have stated all the facts that are sufficient to support a cause of action for negligence. In order to properly plead a prima facie case, you should consult with a California personal injury attorney.

blueHelpful Tips on Medical Malpractice

If you were a victim of medical negligence or malpractice within New York State, then you can file a medical malpractice compensation claim.