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- For Complicated and Crucial Injury Lawsuit, Be Prepared for the Possibility of a Lengthy Legal Process
Provided by Shapiro, Goldman, Babboni & Walsh
Lawsuits for personal injuries can result in massive settlements and have long-lasting effects for all parties involved. With so much riding on the outcome, such settlements are often hotly disputed in court room litigation. As such plaintiffs should prepare themselves for a potentially long process.
- Subrogation: Medical Insurance and PA Car Accident Claims
Provided by Ostroff Injury Law
Has Your Health Insurance Sent You a Bill for Your PA Car Crash? When you went to the hospital after your accident, you were asked for your health insurance card. Your medical bills were sent to your medical insurance company and the insurance company paid your claim. Now your health insurance is demanding to be paid back. What is going on?
- What Is a Constructive Trust?
Provided by HG.org
A trust is a mechanism in which one person can transfer ownership of certain properties during his or her life of after death. A trust is subject to the provisions an instructions in the trust document. However, some trust are formed based on the conduct of the parties and their intentions as opposed to the official wording of a trust document. Constructive trust are formed as a remedy to prevent unfair results.
- What Are the Elements of a New York Whistleblower Law Claim?
Provided by Law Offices of David S. Rich, LLC
The elements of a cause of action under the New York Whistleblower Law.
- Transfer Real Estate Without Probate With a Lady Bird Deed
Provided by Jurado & Farshchian, P.L.
A Florida Enhanced Life Estate Deed — also known as the “Lady Bird Deed” because President Lyndon Johnson used one to pass property to his wife, Lady Bird Johnson – is an estate planning instrument that allows a property owner to maintain control of his or her real property and avoid probate when it is time to pass the property on to heirs.
- Why You Should Go to the Doctor After a Car Accident in Florida
Provided by Diederich Law Firm, P.A.
According to statistics compiled by Orlando regional transportation authorities, an average of 55 people are injured every single day in car accidents within Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties. This works out to more than two people injured every hour. While most of these injuries are not life-threatening, it is always a good idea for anyone involved in an accident, no matter how minor, to seek immediate medical attention.
- Forming a Medical Corporation in California
Provided by Watkins Firm, A Professional Corporation
California has specific laws that govern the formation of a medical practice or health care facility in California. The creation of the business entity requires a unique blend of corporate law experience and health care law expertise.
- How to Prepare for a First Meeting with an Attorney
Provided by Law Office of Bradley L Schencker
Choosing an attorney can be a mind-numbing experience. That first meeting can be scary, but simple preparation will make the experience better. Most attorneys offer free initial consultations, which is a time for you meet, briefly discuss your situation, and then decide if you want this person to work for you. What you may not have thought of is that the attorney is also looking across the desk and deciding whether he/she wants to work with you.
- Pennsylvania: Can My Boss Fire Me Because She Doesn’t Like Me?
Provided by Murphy Law Group, LLC
What Pennsylvania law says about why you can and can’t be fired.
- Deciding Where Possessions Go During a Divorce
Provided by CoilLaw, LLC
If divorcing couples are unable to agree on the distribution of their marital possessions, the court steps in and divides the property for them.