Responsible For An Alleged Slip And Fall? Know What To Do

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Has someone claimed that they slipped and fell while at your small business, yet you are certain that their claim is false? You shouldn’t have to pay for damages when someone is trying to take advantage of you. In addition, it is important that your business maintains a good reputation in the community, which can be tarnished by a false accusation. Here is what to do if you find somebody trying to sue you for an accident that did not happen.…

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The Personal Injury Discovery That Could Be A Game Changer

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When you get injured because of another driver’s carelessness, you may need to file a lawsuit to get the compensation that you need and deserve. A nice, fair settlement offer from the at-fault driver’s insurance carrier could help make matters quick and easy, but often you must go through a bit more of the process to find success. Part of that process is known as “discovery”, and that legal phase exists in all types of court cases, from murder cases to personal injury cases.…

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What Remains: Understanding What The Automatic Stay Doesn't Cover

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  If you have made the tough decision to declare chapter 7 bankruptcy, you may have heard about the magical powers of the automatic stay. This legal stop sign that comes to life with a federal filing is unbelievably powerful, but in some cases its powers are somewhat limited. Knowing what to expect from chapter 7 filing is important, so read on to learn more about the issues that may not come under the spell of the automatic stay.…

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