Four Things You Should Know About Medical Malpractice

Posted on: 30 December 2017

If you believe that you have been a victim of medical malpractice, there are a few things you should be aware of. The following are among the most important. Not every negative outcome is medical malpractice Just because a treatment or surgery was not successful does not constitute medical malpractice. Nor is a result that made your condition worse. Treatments, including medications, have side effects that may not have been foreseen, or they were a part of the risk associated with the treatment, procedure or surgery.
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Three Time-Related Questions You Should Ask A Personal Injury Lawyer During A Consultation

Posted on: 6 December 2017

When you sit down for a consultation with a personal injury lawyer, there are many topics that you should discuss in order to help you find the right attorney for you. Breaking down the questions you should ask by topics helps you to focus and ask the most relevant questions. Here are three time-related questions that you should be asking a personal injury attorney during a consultation.  Do You Have the Time to Take on My Case?
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Tips That Will Help You Deal With The DUI Charge That You Have Been Handed

Posted on: 15 November 2017

If you recently attended a backyard barbecue and consumed one alcoholic beverage before heading home and were stopped at a random checkpoint, resulting in being charge with driving under the influence, you are likely confused about the incident and fear that you will be found guilty of the charge. Driving under the influence can have serious repercussions that could affect your livelihood, job, and finances. Use the tips below to deal with the charge that you have been handed.
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What To Do If You Receive Notice Of An Accident With A Vehicle You Sold

Posted on: 18 October 2017

It happens more often than it probably should. A person sells a vehicle to another individual, and some time later the seller receives a notice that the car or truck was involved in an accident. This occurs because the new owner failed to register the vehicle in his or her name, so the old owner is being held liable for the incident. If this has happened to you, here is what you can do to extricate yourself.
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