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blueBinding Effect of the Arbitration Clause on the Receiver and Cargo Insurer

The question of binding effect of the arbitration and/or jurisdiction clause on the receiver and receiverís insurer becomes an important and surprising legal issue in the international carriage of goods by sea in case the jurisdiction of Turkish courts has been agreed by the parties to the charter party wherein the receiver is not a party but only being the authorized legal holder of the bill of lading issued as per the charterparty.

blueRecognition and Enforcement of Foreign Court Judgments and Awards in Turkey

The issue of recognition and enforcement of foreign court judgments and arbitration awards in Turkey is one of the most vital final key points in international transactions in case the object of the transaction (i.e. the aircraft, goods, assets of debtor) is situated and the defendant or debtor having its assets and principal place of business in Turkey when the time comes to reposses of the title or to enforce any foreign court judgment or award.

blueObjection to the Jurisdiction of Turkish Courts

The parties to an international legal transaction or commercial contract usually do not agree on the jurisdiction of Turkish Courts.

blueThe Most Common Causes of Wrongful Death Cases

Wrongful death can occur in a number of circumstances, which include.

bluePreserving Your Evidence to Increase the Value of Your Personal Injury Case

Determining who was at fault in your personal injury, accident or injury case can sometimes be determined by physical evidence-something you can touch, see, or examine, as opposed to just describing or talking about it. There are a number of things that should be done to help improve the value of your case.

bluePreparing to Testify for Your Connecticut Personal Injury Case

No matter how well prepared you are, it is impossible to predict what will happen when you give sworn testimony under oath for your personal injury lawsuit. The best advice you can have is to relax, be yourself, take your time and give all answers truthfully and to the best of your knowledge.

bluePost Traumatic Stress Disorder in a Personal Injury Case

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an emotional illness that affects men, women and children of any age. PTSD originates when a person endures a horrific or life-threatening event in which they experience intense fear, horror and helplessness.

blueSpinal Cord Injuries in Connecticut

Usually injuries to the spinal cord, as opposed to a spinal fracture, do not result in a cut through the spinal cord but instead they crush the thin extension of nerve cells that are surrounded by the vertebrae.

blueHow You Can Bolster Your Loss of Income Claim

One of the many elements of your personal injury case or accident claim is the amount of income that you lose as a result of the negligence of another. The calculation of your loss of income can be either very easy or extremely complicated, so it is a good idea to follow the following suggestions:

blueHow to Properly Document Your Personal Injury Case to Maximize Your Financial Recovery

Document all evidence and matters related to your car accident, motor vehicle accident or personal injury case so that the information can be reviewed and used by your attorney in helping to properly develop your case to get you more money. Specifically, you should at least do the following:



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