Could Settling A Personal Injury Claim Eliminate Your Right To Prejudgment Interest?

Posted on: 10 March 2017
If you've recently suffered physical injuries due to another person's negligence, you may be exploring your legal and financial options, including a personal injury lawsuit. While filing a civil complaint is often the best way to ensure you'll be able to recover all the funds to which you're entitled, it can take time for a lawsuit to wind its way through the discovery process before it's presented to a judge or jury – and if you're already dealing with the financial fallout of your injury, you may not feel that you have the extra time.
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Three Tips For Fighting A Traffic Violation

Posted on: 8 March 2017
Are you at risk of getting your license suspended due to a traffic violation that you don't feel you are guilty of committing? Even if a suspension is not imminent, you may still want to fight a ticket if you know that you did nothing wrong. Each municipality has its own rules for attempting to refute traffic violations, but all drivers should at least be given the opportunity to have a day in court.
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Getting SSD Benefits For Early-Onset Alzheimer's Disease

Posted on: 3 March 2017
The ability to remember information is one of the most important skills required to have a job. No matter which type of career it is that you have, you will need to use your memory in some way. If you had to quit your long-term job because you can't remember how to perform simple tasks, you might qualify for SSD benefits. It is possible that you are suffering from a disease such as early-onset Alzheimer's.
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When Can A Pedestrian Be Held Liable For An Automobile Accident?

Posted on: 14 February 2017
It's no secret that pedestrians are especially vulnerable in any accident involving a motor vehicle. According to the most recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 4,735 pedestrians lost their lives in traffic crashes and another 150,000 faced emergency treatment for non-fatal crash-related injuries in 2013. In any accident involving a motor vehicle and a pedestrian, conventional wisdom dictates that the automobile driver is fully responsible for the accident.
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