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What Type of Damages you are Entitled To After a Personal Injury?

Imagine you are driving to work one day when a distracted driver rolls through a stop sign and strikes your car. You experience whiplash and require medical treatment. You wind up missing work for a few days, require physical therapy for several weeks and experience...

What are the Tax Implications For Your Personal Injury Settlement?

Imagine you are driving to work one day when someone in a rush speeds through a red light and t-bones your car. The accident was undeniably their fault. You were driving at the speed limit, were obeying all traffic laws and proceeding legally through the intersection...

How To Drive Safely In A Work Zone

Roadside work zones are a thorn in the side for most drivers. They cause traffic jams, delays and increase risk of moving violations. But while work zones are frustrating to most, our roadways would quickly fall into massive disrepair without them. Construction...

Understanding the risk of a head injury after a car accident

Car accidents are alarmingly common, and something that most people will experience at one point or another. It is essential for everyone to understand the risks surrounding a car accident and to know the proper steps to take care of yourself following a collision....

How to Dispute Fault After a Car Accident

Car accidents are extremely common, so if you drive regularly, you are likely going to experience a collision at some point in your life. If you are lucky, it will be a minor accident that does not cause much damage or injury. To determine who pays for the damages...

What Does Undue Harm Mean?

Undue harm is a term used in personal injury law, and it describes the harm that came to an individual who did not deserve it. For example, if a driver is obeying the law, paying close attention and driving at the speed limit, any injury that may occur would be...

New Research Links Popular Herbicide to Cancers

Growing food crops is no easy task, and thus it is often helped along by herbicides that kill weeds and speed up the growth of various crops. Roundup is a very popular herbicide for harvesting grains and cereals like rice, oats, and barely. The active ingredient in...

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