Who's Responsible For Damages If You Fall On A Neighbor's Rental Property?

Posted on: 20 November 2017

When one person slips and falls on his or her neighbor's property, the neighbor is generally the one liable for paying the expenses related to the victim's injuries because that neighbor is typically the owner of the property. However, it's not always clear who is liable for accidents when the neighbor is renting his or her home from someone else. Here's what you need to know to ensure you're pursuing the right person for compensation for your injuries.
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Bad Impressions: Mugshots And Your Reputation

Posted on: 30 October 2017

Almost everyone nowadays has taken to the internet to do a little background check on someone. It may be a new friend, potential babysitter or even a job applicant. What if one of the first listings under a name brings up a mugshot? If you are like most, you make a judgment right then and there about the person shown in the unflattering photo. The placement of these types of photos on the web has become increasingly controversial, and with good reason; it goes against our justice system's credo of "
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What To Do When The Accident Victim Is Incapacitated

Posted on: 29 September 2017

Sometimes a severe truck accident will leave victims with incapacitating injuries, such as brain damage, that makes it impossible for them to launch and manage personal injury lawsuits against the liable parties. While it's still possible for these people to obtain compensation for their injuries, their cases must be handled in a special way. If you're a friend or family member of the injured person, here's what needs to be done to protect your loved one's right to sue:
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Four Reasons Your Doctor Is Needed When Filing A Disability Claim

Posted on: 14 September 2017

Having a good doctor is ideal no matter what your health situation is like, however, it's even more critical when you are trying to file a disability claim. The main reason for this is that the Social Security office relies heavily on medical documentation in order to process your claim. Here are four major reasons you need your doctor when filing a disability claim: Help Identify Your Condition: When you file a claim with the Social Security office, they aren't going to know what your condition is since they are not medical experts.
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