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How Do Product Liability Claims Work?

Product Liability is a legal concept that holds manufacturers responsible for the safety of the products they produce. It can range from electronics to personal beauty products to prescription medications and more. Each case has unique factors and requires a special approach. There are, however, certain common legal theories that help to pursue damages. Learn about the legal theories involved with …

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Why You Should Have a Police Report Filed After a Car Accident

If you’ve been involved in a car accident in which you are not at fault, an official police report can help you in your personal injury case. Of course, in addition to a police report, you will want to consult a qualified attorney to help you with your case. If your case goes to court, police reports often become inadmissible, …

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Sidewalk Slip and Falls: What You Need to Know

Seeking damages for an injury claim involving slip and fall is unfortunately not always as easy as it probably should be. There’s a world of complications that can be involved, from proving liability to insurance issues. The first problem you’ll face, however, is determining who is responsible in the first place. Is it a private individual? Is it a business? …

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How You can Avoid Accidents at a Street Festival

Most people don’t think about the many dangers they risk when going to a community festival. They’re largely just thinking about a fun day out with friends and family, hearing good music from local acts, looking at fantastic arts and crafts, enjoying great ethnic food and soaking up local culture. The fact is, however, that there are a lot of …

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What the Tort Auto Insurance System Means for Colorado Drivers

There are about a dozen states that currently follow the no-fault car insurance system. Colorado is among the majority of states that moved to a traditional tort-based system. In 2003, the state decided to eliminate the high premiums associated with the no-fault system, leading to less expensive coverage overall. But this switch has changed things for those who are injured …

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Medical Liens: What You Should Know

Dealing with expenses and damages after an accident can be time-consuming and very confusing, especially if you accrue medical bills from an injury. If you are not at fault for the accident, you may decide to file lawsuit or fight for a personal injury settlement. Should you win your personal injury case, you may receive compensation for damages and medical …

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Whiplash: Is It Worth Filing an Injury Lawsuit?

If you’ve been involved in a car accident and are suffering from neck pains, you may have whiplash. Whiplash can often occur after fender benders or other rear-end collisions when your body is rapidly propelled forwards and your head follows just a millisecond or so behind. As a result, your neck and shoulders are suddenly jolted, leaving you with whiplash. …