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Complaints about accidents in supermarkets, shops, and similar places are very common. The typical scenario is the customer who slips on the stray grape or spillage in an aisle. The belief that the shop is then automatically liable to compensate the customer for the resulting injury is also common, but as with so much in law, itís not that straightforward.
Virtual Visitation: the Who, the What, the How, & the Where - Long-Distance Parenting in the Digital Age
As our society continues toward mobility and connectivity, the changing concept of visitation moves with it. Job relocations and remarriages, as well as tough economic times, have increased the possibility of a parent seeking Court permission to remove a child or children from the State of Illinois. How do we, as lawyers, address the issues of parenting over distances? Virtual visitation is one such possibility.
A statutory summary suspension provides for the automatic suspension of driving privileges of a driver arrested for DUI who fails, refuses to submit to, or fails to complete chemical testing.
The problem of identity theft in Hawaii is suspected to be much worse than publicized. There have been several high-profile examples of Hawaii businesses experiencing on-line and hard-copy security breaches of private and confidential information of its employees and/or customers, thus increasing significantly the risk of identity theft.
Hawaii employers covered by HIPAA should review their privacy and HIPAA policies and conduct an audit of their practices in order to protect against the improper use and disclosure of private health information and to reduce the risk of privacy breaches in their own organization.
The law of the land in Texas requires motorists to have automobile liability insurance, this is the type of insurance that pays for another person's expenses if you cause an accident. Minimum coverage in our state is $25,000 per injured person, with $50,000 for all injured persons in the same incident. The shorthand for this coverage is 25/50. Minimum coverage requirements increased to 25/50/25 ($25,000/$50,000/$25,000) in 2008 and 30/60/30 in 2011.
Determining just how much a personal injury claim is worth has always been a problem for victims. Arriving on a dollar amount for personal injuries caused by accidents has always been a complicated task for the victims aneven the insurance companies. Keep in mind, the insurance company is not your friend; they are looking out for their bottom line, not yours.
Whether itís spilled milk on the floor at a grocery store, a cracked pavement, or a missing handrail, thousands of people every year are injured, many seriously, by a dangerous condition on someone else's property. When this happens, the injured person may have a "premises liability claim."
If you are in an accident the first thing you should do is stop your vehicle, turn on your hazard lights, and if necessary, move your vehicle to a safe position near the location of the accident. Nebraska law requires that you stop at the accident scene; failure to do so could result in serious repercussions which can lead to a traffic ticket or a warrant for your arrest.
Orthopaedic surgeons assist in medical/legal evaluations in several ways. Orthopaedic expert witnesses may evaluate claimants with musculoskeletal injuries in cases that require an objective unbiased physical examination and/or expert orthopaedic opinion for settlement, negotiations, or trial.