3 Things Your Lawyer Can Help You Determine About Your Slip And Fall Case

Posted on: 24 February 2019

If you have recently been injured in a slip and fall accident, you could be thinking about meeting up with a lawyer who handles slip and fall accident cases. If this is true, your lawyer will probably talk to you about the specifics of your case to make a few determinations. Some of the things that your lawyer can help you determine in relation to your case are listed here.
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The Importance Of A Settlement Demand Letter In A Car Accident Case

Posted on: 21 November 2018

One of the key steps in settling a car accident case is creating a settlement demand letter to send to the insurance company that is handling the claim. While you could create this letter yourself, it is often better to hire a lawyer to do this for you. Here are several things you should understand about this important letter. What is a settlement demand letter? A settlement demand letter is a formal letter written on behalf of the victim of a car accident to the insurance company handling the claim.
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Understanding And Defending Yourself In A Radio Distracted Driving Case

Posted on: 18 October 2018

Most people have done it before: messing around with the radio while driving. Many drivers figure that they are good enough drivers to avoid an accident while using the radio...until they cause one. And now, a lawsuit is being pursued against them for distracted driving. Thankfully, defenses are possible for this situation. Fussing With A Car Radio Is Distracted Driving When radios were first installed on cars, experts believed that accidents would increase due to distraction.
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Take It To The Judge: 6 Reasons To Fight A Traffic Violation And Clear Your Good Name

Posted on: 17 September 2018

While a single traffic ticket, be it for speeding or an illegal lane change, may mean paying a few dollars, more than a few tickets, along with the severity of the circumstances, can add up to big headaches for you as a driver, a consumer, and a person who appreciates their freedom. Sometimes a ticket isn't worth arguing over, even if you think you were in the right, but other times, you really need to take the ticket to a judge and fight it with everything you have.
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