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Category Archives: Negligence

Steps to Take When Considering a Wrongful Death Claim

A wrongful death claim is usually filed by family members of a deceased person whose death may have been caused by the unjust actions of another. If your loved one has recently died as a result of reckless behavior, negligence or intentional harm, or if a hazardous/poisonous product on the market has directly contributed to your relative’s death, you may be considering filing a wrongful death claim. Acts that directly lead to the death of a person may all be […]

  • Posted on: Jun 29 2018
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All You Need to Know about Personal Injury Case

Legally speaking, personal injury refers to harm to one’s mind, emotions or physical body. Read on to learn more about the personal injury law. A personal injury case is when one person is physically, emotionally or mentally injured, and there is a party (parties) which may be legally responsible for the harm. Through civil court proceedings, the personal injury case intends to find others at fault. Besides the dispute being settled through a court judgment, the personal injury case may […]

  • Posted on: May 1 2018
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Common Types of New York Personal Injury Cases

Injuries can happen every day. Even if you’re trying to be careful, you may become hurt due to the negligence or mistake of another individual. In these cases, you may have a personal injury claim. There are a number of different kinds of personal injury claims. Let’s take a look at a few of the most common. Slip and Fall Accidents Slipping or tripping and falling is a fairly common type of personal injury case. These occur when property is […]

  • Posted on: Feb 28 2018
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Proving Fault in Personal Injury Cases

If you’ve been injured at the hands of someone else, you probably want to file a personal injury case to help you receive compensation for medical bills, missed work, and more. However, in order to win your personal injury case, you need to be able to prove that the other individual was negligent. In other words, you need to show the court that the injury was that individual’s fault. In some cases, fault will be easy to prove—but you need to […]

  • Posted on: Oct 18 2017
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