At What Point Does Behavior in a Bar Become a Legal Harassment Risk?

When people think of harassment, it’s often associated with the workplace, public congregation areas, meeting spaces, universities and similar. That’s because these environments have seen some of the most active litigation and new laws being passed specifying how people should behave and punishing those who continue to behave badly. However, the drinking establishment has always been […]

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Do Texting and Driving Accidents Effect Your Decisions Behind the Wheel

Updated article: Original publish date – November 7, 2014 Just about everybody believes that texting while driving is negligent behavior and has knowledge that it causes hundreds of thousands of vehicle accident injuries and deaths each year in this nation. A current campaign aimed at reaching young drivers claims that distracted driving or texting while […]

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Using the Services of a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer to Pick Up the Pieces

Nothing beats the thrill of riding a motorcycle. It’s a way of life, but unfortunately, a dangerous one. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 88,000 of 8,600,936 registered motorcyclists suffered accident-related injuries in 2015. At 57.85 per 100,000 vehicles, the motorcycle injury rate greatly exceeded that of passenger cars (which sustained an injury rate of 9.48). Accidents aren’t […]

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Slip And Fall Injuries: Causes, Risks, And Taking Action

Slip and fall incidents occur with alarming frequency. The National Floor Safety Institute reports that over one million annual United States slip and fall incidents result in emergency room visits. Often, these traumatic injuries are prompted by negligence on the premise owner’s behalf. Slip and Fall Causes Slip and fall accidents can be caused by a variety […]

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Obtain Full Case Value in Your Wrongful Death Lawsuit

The parents of a four-year-old girl recently filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging medical malpractice against a doctor who negligently sent their severely ill child home from the emergency room. The child got worse instead of better. By the time her parents got her back to the ER five hours later, she was in full cardiopulmonary arrest and […]

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What is a Personal Injury Case Actually Worth?

Personal injury and a lawsuit often involve a fundamental primary question on every client’s mind: what will this case translate into in terms of damages if I win? While it would be nice if there was a reference table one could use to produce an answer quickly, the law does not work this way. Instead, […]

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