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If you are injured in a car accident caused by another driver, how do you know if the settlement you receive in an insurance claim is fair?
Determining the events that took place before, during and after a car accident is a complex and critical part of an injury claim.
You were out for a drive, maybe running to the grocery store or on your way to pick up the kids at soccer practice. Minding your own business, you pulled away from the curb and, suddenly, you were struck by another vehicle. You are now seriously injured, and you face immeasurable pain, mounting medical expenses, time away from work, corrective surgery, piles of medication and countless trips back and forth to the doctor or physical therapist.
Motor vehicle accidents are practically inevitable in Florida, considering the types of drivers on the road. Vacationers are often distracted by the state's beautiful sites, and even those who are paying attention are likely to be unfamiliar with the roads and Florida traffic laws.
In 2003, Washington became the first state to outlaw human trafficking. This past November, a King County jury was finally given the chance to use the six-year-old law.
Two bills seeking to legalize and decriminalize marijuana possession by adults were voted down by the House Public Safety Committee in January, but the effort to legalize marijuana in Washington is not dead.
In addition to the physical injuries you can suffer in an auto accident, there is also the matter of damage to your vehicle.
Families grieving the loss of a loved one should not have to also handle their own negligent fatality claim. That's a lawyer's job.
In its very opening section, the 1999 Constitution makes the continuity of constitutional government the basis of the system of government in Nigeria.
Issues concerning payment of Credit Cards and Marital Debt can be some of the Most difficult issues to Resolve in a Rhode Island Divorce. Everyone wants to divide the the Assets but no one wants to pay the debt. This article explains how debt is assigned in Rhode Island divorce cases.