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Can I Sue Someone For Damages If They Were Already Found Guilty in Criminal Court?

Watch this video on YouTube What happens if the negligent [...]

Can I Sue If My Child Has Been Burned?

It's always horrifying to see your children sustain severe injuries, [...]

Can I Sue If I Was a Victim of an Assault and Battery During an Armed Robbery in a Shopping Center Parking Lot?

Shopping center owners and employees are responsible for maintaining a [...]

Can You Sue an Apartment Building Owner for Negligent Security After a Rape?

The pain of sexual assault is almost unimaginable. It’s challenging [...]

ERISA – A Simple, Coherent Overview for People Just Learning About ERISA

A top concern of most workers is whether or not [...]

Myths About Medical Malpractice Law That Just Won’t Go Away

We’ve all heard them: “Too many people file frivolous lawsuits.” [...]

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How Are ERISA Benefits Determined?

If you need to file a disability claim with your employer-provided disability insurance, it can be important to know how those benefits are determined. So, in this article we’ll first walk through the ERISA disability insurance claims and appeals process.

Eye-Opening Statistics About Mistakes Doctors & Nurses Make

Medical errors are one of the biggest killers in the [...]

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Why Malpractice Claims Fail Part II

Medical malpractice is one of the leading causes of death [...]

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Why Malpractice Claims Fail Part I

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, medical [...]

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