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  • Remote Texter Liability
      by HG.org

    As more and more areas crack down on distracted driving, a new theory may hold other individuals partially liable for accidents caused by distracted driving. This theory is referred to as “remote texter liability,” and involves the assessment of whether a person not in the vehicle who texts a driver should share in the responsibility of the accident.

  • Hit and Run Accidents

    Anyone who has ever been involved in a car accident knows that it can be a traumatic, stressful experience, especially when someone is seriously injured.

  • Hover Board Injuries
      by HG.org

    Hover boards are a popular toy item that teens and pre-teens are particularly drawn to. However, hover boards have been a frequent source of injury for children who use them.

  • Law Enforcement Liability and the Special Relationship Doctrine
      by HG.org

    While the general rule is that law enforcement officers are not legally liable for failing to protect a citizen, there are exceptions to this rule. One such exception is the special relationship doctrine.

  • How Can I Find a Medical Malpractice Lawyer?
      by HG.org

    Malpractice occurs when some form of negligence, such as a misdiagnosis, treatment after the surgery, mismanagement of care, treatment errors or the continuing care plan of the patient when they have been released from the hospital.

  • To What Extent Can an Email Be Used Against You in a Case?
      by HG.org

    Emails often do not disappear. Even if someone has deleted them, it is possible that they still exist in some form somewhere. Like with other pieces of documented evidence, an email can be used against someone in a case. However, emails have specific characteristics that put their authenticity into question.

  • Do I Have a Case?
      by HG.org

    If you have been wronged by another, you may consider pursuing a legal claim against the person who harmed you. However, before taking this action, you may consider whether your claim is viable. Some considerations in making this assessment include:

  • Evaluating the Value of a Case
      by HG.org

    When considering pursuing a particular case, a potential plaintiff must determine whether the case is worth pursuing. While some clients feel that pursuing the case is necessary because of “principle,” unless the client has significant financial means to justify bringing forth a case that will yield a lower damage award than the associated legal expenses, making this determination is usually a financial decision.

  • Why Is My Lawyer Not Taking My Case
      by HG.org

    It is not uncommon for a person to interview multiple lawyers before deciding which one to hire. Just as clients may interview lawyers, lawyers may conduct their own assessment of a case. Some of the factors that lawyers may consider when determining whether or not to take a case include:

  • Auto Dealer Fraud: When Is It Worth It to Hire a Lawyer?
      by HG.org

    One of the most common types of consumer fraud is auto dealer fraud. A claim of this nature can arise from a number of misrepresentations, deceptive practices or other unethical or immoral behavior. When consumers feel scammed by auto dealers, they may consider hiring a lawyer.


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