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How To Place A Value On A Personal Injury Case?

Usually, an accident victim can assign a dollar figure to accident-caused damages, such as medical expenses or the income lost while recovering from an injury. Still, it can prove difficult to place a value on certain compensatory damages, such as pain and suffering....

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Who To Blame If You Fall On Flight of Stairs

Lots of information on personal injury cases deals with automobile accidents. Still, a large number of accidents take place when someone is going up or down a flight of stairs....

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Special Rules For Children Injured In A Car Accident

If a child gets injured during the course of an automobile accident, that young person is not in a position for filing a personal injury claim. The legal system recognizes that fact. Consequently, it has established special rules for children that have been injured in a car accident....

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The Significance of Contributory Negligence On My Claim

Although all injured victims of a motor vehicle accident become eligible for receipt of accidental benefits, some of those that got hurt due to the actions of a negligent individual can pursue a tort claim. That means introducing a lawsuit against the responsible party with the help of a Personal…...

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How To Retain A Lawyer’s Services After Involvement In A Car Accident?

If you have been seriously injured in a car accident, one that took place in Ontario, then you have the right to file a lawsuit. That means that a judge decides the amount of compensation that you deserve. In order to increase your chances for winning that lawsuit, you might…...

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What Actions Must I Take If I Had A Car Accident In Nova Scotia?

Right after you have become involved in a collision, you may have no one who can help you. Still, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible. Look around for any witnesses, and try to get the contact number for each of them. Also exchange information with the other…...

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What Are My Rights After Accident Happens And Causes An Injury?

As a resident of Nova Scotia, there are 3 rights, which they can be pursued, after the same resident gets injured in a motor vehicle accident....

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How Nova Scotia’s Injury Law Views Those That Are Partially Responsible For Their Injuries

When consulting with a potential client, a personal injury lawyer in Halifax always tries to learn of any way that the possible client might have committed an act that could qualify as contributory negligence....

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Advantages To Using The Personal Injury Claim Process

If the victim of a motor vehicle accident elects to work with the insurance company, in order to gain some compensation for any losses or injuries, that same victim will have chosen to forego a valuable opportunity. That is the opportunity to take advantage of the personal injury process....

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Liability For Performance of Negligent Actions

Negligent actions cause most car collisions. Consequently, the task of assigning liability for the damage suffered by the victim of an automobile accident demands a focusing on evidence of negligence. In other words, it must be shown that there was an obvious link between the defendant’s negligent actions and the…...

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