Filing a Personal Injury Claim for Assault and Battery

Filing a Personal Injury Claim for Assault and Battery The term assault and battery, when it comes to personal injury claims, differs from that of criminal law. Assault and battery is broken up into two separate things etities. It’s important to note that in cases involving criminal law; the act of assault and battery is…

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What You Need to Know About Catastrophic Injury Claims

An injury becomes catastrophic when it keeps a person from working productive job and doing normal daily activities. These injuries can lead to permanent disabilities. If you have suffered a catastrophic injury, you may be entitled to compensation. What Factors Are Used to Determine Whether an Injury is Catastrophic? The first factors use to qualify…

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$4.2-Million Wrongful Death Texting Case Moves Forward

A $4.2-million dollar wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against Michelle Carter, the woman who was convicted of manslaughter in 2014 in the highly publicized case involving 18-year-old Conrad Roy III, who committed suicide at her urging. The two had been involved in an up-and-down romantic relationship, reports Mass Live, and this relationship was largely…

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Tips to Avoid a Slip and Fall Injury

The home of a friend or family member is often considered a safe place to spend time. But, what if you slip and fall accidentally in someone else’s home? Filling a personal injury suit, in order to collect compensation, from an injury sustained in the home of a loved one, could be an awkward process.…

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6 Easy Ways to Improve Your Car Accident Case

Insurance companies are notorious for not giving victims a fair offer in car accident claims. The insurance adjuster may downplay the severity of your injuries, the damage to your vehicle, and the question their insured’s liability in the accident. As a result, you may settle for a much lower amount than what your claim is…

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