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  • What Is Elder Financial Exploitation?
      by HG.org

    Elder financial exploitation targets elderly individuals, often because of a perceived vulnerability on the part of the abuser. Exploitation may be committed by someone close to the elderly individual, such as a relative or caretaker, or it can be committed by a stranger in another country. There may be legal options available to a person who is the victim of elder financial exploitation.

  • To Settle, or Not to Settle,That Is the Question

    If youíve been seriously injured because of the negligence or intentional act of another party, you should consider retaining an attorney to help you obtain compensation for those injuries. If you start down this path, avoid any fantasies you may have about dramatic courtroom confrontations like those you see on television, because thereís a very good chance there will never be a trial. Nearly all personal injury cases settle before going to a jury.

  • Suing Nursing Homes for Abuse or Neglect
      by HG.org

    A nursing home can be held legally liable for damages that its residents suffer due to abuse or neglect. Loved ones may be able to file a lawsuit against the nursing home for causing harm to a family member. However, it is important for the family to understand the dynamics involved in this type of lawsuit and the legal basis for claims against a nursing home.

  • Filing a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in California

    Unfortunately, there are times when a personís negligent actions result in the death of another. Known as a wrongful death, the state of California recognizes wrongful death claims not as criminal accusations but civil lawsuits.

  • Virginia Personal Financial Loss
      by HG.org

    Personal injury due to financial loss in Virginia may occur due to economic, non-economic and loss of personal property incidents. It is important to contact a Virginia lawyer to pursue legal action for compensation when the personal injury is sufficiently impactful to the victim of the violent or non-violent crime.

  • Dental Malpractice Caused by Embedded Broken Instruments
      by HG.org

    When surgery is necessary to adjust or resolve a matter in the mouth, it is possible for the dentist to leave some part of his or her equipment in the jaw when he or she is not as attentive as needed. It is in these incidents that a dental malpractice suit may arise, and the patient may seek full compensation for the matter and any additional procedure to fix it.

  • Georgia Personal Injury Claims against a Small Business
      by HG.org

    Customers and clients that suffer injury while in or with the small business may need to contact a lawyer for a resolution through compensation or another remedy if the company is unwilling to settle the matter. Small business interactions are usually safe and protected, but when the negligent or unintentional actions lead to severe injury from the products or services, litigation is possible.

  • California Personal Injury to the Elderly
      by HG.org

    The personal injury to the elderly is often more severe than to any other type of person when suffering from the physical harm. The forms of elderly abuse and injury usually found in the assisted facility home or nursing homes, but an older person may face a personal injury in product usage, unintentional harm from others and when driving.

  • What Are the Risks Involved with Medical Tourism?
      by HG.org

    Medical tourism occurs when a person from one country researches and travels to another for healthcare procedures that are usually cheaper or higher quality than the home nation. However, there are certain risks involved depending on the country and procedure sought such as injury or illness from recovery times.

  • Bar Fights and Duty of Care

    In serving alcohol, bars and restaurants walk a fine line; they must serve enough to make a profit, but not so much as to endanger customers. Victims in bar fights frequently hold the venue in which the fight occurred liable. But is it really the proprietor's fault if visitors misbehave?


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