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Proving Fault in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

  Determining who is responsible in a personal injury lawsuit can get complicated, but ultimately it boils down to whether a person or business was being negligent and as a result caused your injury. After that is determined the at-fault party is responsible for paying compensation known as damages to the injured party. This can
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Why Do You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?

The most important thing a person should be worried about after suffering from injuries in a personal injury accident is a full recovery. A personal injury lawyer is there for you to assist you with the legal side of things. Insurance companies are known for trying to take advantage of victims by offering them a
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3 Ways to Prevent Truck Accidents

The weight and size of trailers, tractors and any other type of large commercial vehicle oppose greater risk because when involved in an accident the damages and injuries are far more severe. According to The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration in 2012, there were approximately 3,800 large trucks that were involved in fatal crashes. This
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Statistics About Car Accidents in Florida

Florida is the 3rd most populated state in the country, populating approximately 19,893,297 people. Many are attracted to the “sunshine state” for its tropical weather, beautiful beaches, food and just the overall culture. Popular tourist destinations such as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, the Overseas Highway, Kennedy Space Center and SeaWorld bring tourist from all
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Building a Personal Injury Case

It is not an uncommon thing to fall victim of a personal injury. These accidents can occur anywhere and are affecting the lives of many people all over the world. A personal injury is when someone suffers harm after an accident because of the negligence of another person. If you or a loved one have
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How To Win A Slip And Fall Case

Accidents are often just that, an accident and happen without deliberate cause. However, if you’ve been hurt or injured in a slip and fall accident due to the negligence of someone else, then you have the right to seek legal compensation. The law surrounding personal injury can be complicated thus it’s important that you seek
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Florida And Alabama Authorities Team Up to Crack Down On Reckless Driving

An estimated 20,000 car accidents happen every year in Florida. In fact, according to recent data compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Fort Lauderdale was named the most dangerous city for driving in America. However, on September 1, 2015, NorthEscambia.com reported that Florida and Alabama, law enforcement agencies, met at the I-10 Florida
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VA Improperly Rejects Some Claims for Not Being on a VA Form

By: Todd M. Wesche VA recently changed its rules for how it will accept claims for various benefits. Before the change, VA would accept either a “formal” or “informal” claim. A person applying for the benefits (known as a claimant) would submit a formal claim using VA’s forms and could also submit an informal claim
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Federal Appeals Court Finds that VA’s Definition of “Brown Water” Veterans to Exclude Service in the Harbors of Vietnam is Too Limited

By: Todd M. Wesche VA affords veterans who served in the Republic of Vietnam on the inland waterways a presumption of being exposed to herbicides, such as Agent Orange. These veterans are known as “Brown Water” veterans. However, VA does not afford that same presumption to veterans who served offshore. These veterans are known as
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VA Employees Face Potential Disciplinary Action Over Delayed Claims

A regional office of the Department of Veterans Affairs may be facing disciplinary actions after recent accusations from the VA’s inspector general. It was discovered that the Philadelphia office had allowed staff members to alter claim information, neglected mail, and made major mistakes that led to a $2.2 million dollar loss due to duplicate benefit
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