Three Things An Auto Accident Attorney Wants You To Do After An Accident

Posted on: 15 September 2017

There are certain things an auto accident lawyer sees on a consistent basis. Things that hurt their client's chances of getting the maximum compensation for their injuries and property damage. The following are among the most important things you should understand about a car accident that will help your lawyer get the compensation that you are entitled to. Do not admit to anything Because you aren't an attorney, you are not likely to know what you are guilty of.
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Dealing With Winter-Weather Related Injuries As A Tenant

Posted on: 18 October 2016

As the colder months approach, a significant hazard for many people will be ice and snow. If you are a tenant, you may not realize the boundary between your obligations and those of your property manager to maintain a safe property. Knowing the difference can help keep you safe and when it is appropriate to contact a lawyer. Property Management Responsibility Many people who have never been a tenant or have never had the misfortune of dealing with hazardous conditions while not owning their own residence may be unaware of the property management's responsibility.
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Drinking And Driving Is A Good Thing When What You Are Drinking Is Water

Posted on: 7 June 2016

If you have been in an accident with a driver that appeared to under the influence of alcohol, but further testing indicated that they were not, they may be dehydrated. Unfortunately, what many people do not realize is dehydration can have a significant impact on their mental clarity. How much of an impact? You may be surprised to know. Understanding this risk, as well as the amount of fluids a person needs to consume to keep from being dehydrated, may help you and your attorney prove that the other driver really was at fault.
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You Hit A Dog With Your Car: What The Law Says In California

Posted on: 20 May 2016

Experts estimate that around 1.2 million dogs die on American roads every year, and many more are badly injured. For drivers, a dog can present a hazard that's almost impossible to see until it's too late, so it's often not the driver's fault when something goes wrong. State laws about these accidents vary, and certain rules apply in California. Find out what the law says you should do if you hit a dog in California, and find out how and when you may become liable for its injuries.
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