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Avoiding Exaggeration in your Personal Injury Case

Avoiding Exaggeration in your Personal Injury Case

Some people jazz up their stories, especially if they’re trying to make a human connection, make people laugh, or feel embarrassed to admit to the brazen truth in all its naked glory. ‘Don’t let the facts get in the way of the truth,’ as the saying goes. A personal...

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“Legalese” 101: What You Need to Know Right Now

“Legalese” 101: What You Need to Know Right Now

New to the world of Personal Injury Law? Best to start with the most essential definitions. Your personal injury lawyer will do his or her best to avoid “legalese,” but you will feel more confident if you know the basic vocabulary. Attorney/lawyer: In everyday...

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How do I know if I have a valid dog bite case?

How do I know if I have a valid dog bite case?

Most dog encounters range from friendly to unremarkable. However, accidents happen, and people get hurt when a dog suddenly feels threatened and bites. Determining if you have a strong legal case after a dog bite depends on a variety of factors. For advice on...

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7 Facts about Burn that Paramedics Wish Everyone Knew

7 Facts about Burn that Paramedics Wish Everyone Knew

Most of us would like to avoid the topic of burns altogether, but learning about them can help mitigate their effects should an emergency occur. First responders deal with burn patients regularly. In many cases, a little more knowledge on the part of the victim or...

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What are the most common forms of nursing home negligence?

What are the most common forms of nursing home negligence?

When placing a loved one in a nursing home, you hope they will receive the love you would show them yourself. All nursing homes are not created equal, though, and some can be negligent. We reached out to our readers to find out the most common forms of nursing home...

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Do Dog Attacks Cause PTSD in Children?

Do Dog Attacks Cause PTSD in Children?

Imagine yourself in your 7-year-old body. At this age, you might have just been learning to ride a bike and attending the 2nd grade. It’s likely that your world revolved around your home. Next, imagine or remember how dogs appeared to your 7-year-old self. Instead of...

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