Is Your Landlord Responsible For Your Personal Injury?

Posted on: 4 June 2015

If you were injured on the property of your rented home, you might be wondering if you can sue your landlord for economic and emotional damages. There are certain laws that govern tenant and landlord interactions, and these come into play when filing a personal injury lawsuit against a landlord. Here are some of the things that will help you decide if you have a strong case against your landlord for a personal injury settlement.
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School Bullying - Who Do You Blame?

Posted on: 22 May 2015

When you send your child to school, you assume they will return home in the same physical condition they left home in. Unfortunately, that does not always happen. Bullying, and school fights can put your child at risk of physical, as well as mental harm. Who do you blame? Is it the school's responsibility for failing to keep your child safe when he or she is in their care? Does the fault lay with the aggressor, and maybe even their parents?
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Slips, Trips And Falls: 5 Good Reasons To Settle Your Lawsuit Out Of Court

Posted on: 15 May 2015

According to the National Floor Safety Institute, 8 million people in the United States end up in the emergency room due to a fall. What's more, these accidents are the leading cause of injuries at work for people over the age of 55, so it's unsurprising that so many people file lawsuits because of these incidents. While victims must often take this step to get the right compensation for their injuries, many people eventually decide to settle out of court.
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Detailing Your Functional Limitations Will Help You To Prove Your Case

Posted on: 5 May 2015

If you have applied for social security disability, you have done so on the basis that you are unable to work. While this may be due to an accident, illness, or injury, what the Social Security Administration (SSA) needs to be able to see in your record is exactly how your condition affects your ability to produce an income. When examining your record for the purposes of approving your claim, they will be looking to see what are your functional limitations are.
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