How to Prove (and Win) a Wrongful Death Case

Posted on: 12 November 2020

The unexpected demise of a loved one is always difficult to accept, especially if someone else's negligence or actions caused their death. As a surviving relative of the decedent, you can file a wrongful death lawsuit against the at-fault party. This type of lawsuit is intended to help you receive financial compensation for your loss.  There are a variety of things that are considered during the litigation process for a wrongful death case.
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Personal Injury Suits And Understanding A Few Pretrial Moves

Posted on: 27 October 2020

If you have been hurt by another driver's actions and have now filed a lawsuit against them, get ready to undergo the lawsuit process. Once the other side has been served, a series of actions are put in motion — all designed to get everything ready to go to court. A major part of trial preparation is the process of discovery. Discovery procedures exist in almost every part of the law and civil or personal injury law is no exception.
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Reasons Why Some Auto Accident Settlements Are Lower Than Others

Posted on: 7 October 2020

When you are involved in a car accident, you will most likely have your case settled rather than going to court. You will want to seek the maximum possible settlement because failing to reach a good settlement can mean that you may not have enough money to cover your bills and account for lost wages. However, there are several factors that can affect how large your settlement will be. Insurance and Policy Limits
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Steps You Must Take To Sue A Truck Company

Posted on: 24 September 2020

When you are seeking compensation for your injuries after a truck accident, you may assume that you should sue the truck driver initially. However, the truck company is often at fault and you may be able to receive a larger settlement from a truck company than from the original driver, especially if you are not able to receive full compensation from the commercial insurance provider. However, you will need help from a truck accident attorney when determining how to proceed to the next steps.
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