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Steps to Proving Negligence

In order to win a personal injury case, you need to prove negligence. You may have heard this term before, but not had it fully explained to you. At its core, negligence means that someone acted carelessly. Of course, actually proving negligence...

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What Is a Letter of Protection?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) cites motor vehicle crashes as the leading cause of death for motorists. It’s no secret that the majority of insurance companies will attempt to underpay or settle claims for less...

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What is Premises Liability?

In civil (non-criminal) law, premises liability refers to the duty of a property owner to maintain a property that is under the owner’s direct control in a manner that poses the least amount of risk of accidental injury to a visitor. The law of...

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COMMON DRIVER DISTRACTIONS

DISTRACTED DRIVING Cell phone usage, and texting in particular, is on the front line of the conversation about distracted driving. Rightfully so, the statistics are staggering. In the United States, 64% of road accidents involve a cell phone...

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