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What Would You Need To Show To Sue Someone For Giving You COVID-19?

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Look at any health threat and you’ll find the potential for a personal injury case. The novel coronavirus, or the virus that causes COVID-19, is no different, and already people are wondering if they might have a personal injury case if they catch the virus because they were forced back to work, or because of another reason. Technically, it is possible to sue someone for giving you the coronavirus and to win, but it takes a lot of evidence and planning.…

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Estate Planning Tips If You Have Young Children

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A lot of people do not start planning their estates until they are middle-aged. By this age, your children are probably grown up and may even live in their own homes. While some people prefer waiting until this time to begin their estate plans, it is a better idea to plan your estate while your kids are young. If you do not do this and something horrible happens to you and your spouse, what will happen to your children?…

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Tips To Follow During A DUI Stop

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The best way to avoid DUI charges is, of course, to avoid drinking before driving in the first place. But people make mistakes sometimes, and there’s a chance you might one day find yourself behind the wheel of a car, getting pulled over after leaving the local bar. If you ever find yourself in this situation, here are some tips to keep in mind during a DUI stop. Don’t Be Your Own Worst Enemy…

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Two Ways Your Doctor Can Affect Your Long-Term Disability Claim

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Your doctor is a key figure in your journey to getting approved for long-term disability benefits since the insurance company will depend on the evaluations and treatments this person provides to determine your eligibility for payments. While a good doctor can be immeasurably helpful in securing your benefits, a bad doctor can get your claim denied. Here are two ways this can happen and what you can do to protect yourself.…

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3 Important Damages To Examine During A Motorcycle Accident Claim

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Motorcycle accidents can be some of the most damaging incidents for the driver of the motorcycle, and seeking out legal help is a fairly common necessity. Nevertheless, there are certain damages and costs that can be easy to overlook in the process. Here is a look at some of the easily-forgotten but still important damages to include during a motorcycle accident claim.  The costs associated with dental work that was required.…

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Did You Just Get A Speeding Ticket In A School Zone? 3 Times Its Worth Hiring An Attorney To Help You Fight It

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There is nothing worse than seeing those flashing lights and realizing that you have crossed into a speed zone. With many school zones, speeding during an active time can quickly escalate your ticket from a minor infraction to a major one. Depending upon where you live, you may face penalties such as increased fines that are meant to deter people from making unsafe decisions when children may be present and walking without adult supervision.…

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Important Things To Know About Filing And Serving The Divorce Petition

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When you are leaning towards getting divorced, the only way to initiate it is by filing the paperwork with a lawyer. This paperwork begins with something called a divorce petition. Once you file it, the next step is making sure it is served to your spouse. Here are several important things to know about the process of filing and serving the divorce petition. Filing the Papers Initiate the Proceedings The first thing to know is that the divorce petition you file is basically a court document that states that you wish to begin the process of a divorce with your spouse.…

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What Your Divorce Does And Doesn't Need From You

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Working with a divorce attorney can be a long process, especially if a case ends up involving some foot-dragging. To speed things up, it’s a good idea to know what your divorce attorney does and doesn’t need you to provide. Provide: Detailed Financial Documents Unless neither person is looking to obtain spousal or child support, you can expect to have some discussion of finances. It’s common for one former partner to be in a less financially disadvantaged position, and you’ll have to prove that’s the case if you aim to get support.…

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When Law Enforcement Speaks: The Accident Report

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If you have been hurt by the actions of a careless driver, you might want to go beyond what the auto insurer offers. To be paid for a complete assortment of accident losses, letting an attorney handle things should pave the way for more compensation and an easier process overall. Without a doubt, the single most important factor in the way personal injury cases play out is the evidence. To learn more about one of the most enlightening pieces of evidence, read on.…

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3 Benefits Of Getting A DUI Charge Reduced To Reckless Driving

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Getting caught drinking while you drive is an offense that will result in a trip to jail and many other consequences. Fortunately, if this is your first DUI offense, your lawyer might be able to help you get the charge reduced to a reckless driving charge. If so, here are three benefits you will reap from this. Reckless driving is considered a lesser offense The first thing to understand is that a reckless driving offense is almost always considered a lesser offense than a DUI charge, or any type of similar charge.…

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