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Personal Injury

Four Steps to Winning Your Personal Injury Claim

27th July 2011
Every year, thousands of Americans become injured due to the negligence of someone else. A New Orleans personal injury attorney often handles medical malpractice suits, slip and fall injury claims, and product liability cases. A personal injury lawsuit...
Author: Tom Smith
Medical Malpractice

Claim Compensation for Health care Negligence

26th May 2011
At this point, when you have ended up in much more extreme situations even immediately after investing a good deal on your well-being and therapy, it certainly offers you the appropriate to declare for health care medical negligence compensation. The swif...
Author: Hershel James
Medical Malpractice

Washington DC Medical Malpractice Lawyer- Guiding Us In Our Call for For Some Good Justice

11th March 2011
Whenever there are damages due to the careless act of a health care provider, then this is a case for a medical malpractice. The negligence maybe by means of a direct action or fault from the standard medical practice and procedures in the profession. Th...
Author: socrnapyma

Objective Theory of Negligence

18th February 2011
In Blyth v. Birmingham Water Works Co., [(1856) 11 Ch 781] Alderson states, "Negligence is the omission to do something which a reasonable man guided upon whose considerations which ordinarily regulate the conduct of human affairs, would do or doing somet...
Author: Mutex Robb
Medical Malpractice

Can a Medical Negligence Claim Arise From a GP Misdiagnosis?

03rd February 2011
Whenever you receive medical treatment, it is up to the medical professional, by law, to provide you with what is termed as a 'duty of care'. This is not a loose term but is governed by the doctor's professional body, the General Medical Council (GMC) - d...
Author: Tim Bishop
Personal Injury

Personal Injury Claims in Florida

09th September 2010
Personal injury claims in Florida occur when a person acts or fails in a way that gives rise to disregard. In legal terms it means that someone didnt act properly given the situation. Personal injury cases happen all the time and often people think there...
Author: dsmythe
Personal Injury

Categories Under Personal Injury Law

31st August 2010
In general, the only way to succeed in these cases is to hire the most qualified lawyer in your place. Choose the lawyers that practices specific cases. For example, you will file a medical malpractice against a physician or a hospital; you need to look f...
Author: Tikee Pittman
Medical Malpractice

Have You Been the Victim of Medical Malpractice?

02nd June 2010
Medical malpractice is one of the leading causes of death in the state of Ohio. If you are a victim of medical malpractice, it is important to employ the services of a dedicated attorney to stand up for you and help you recover some of your losses. Dete...
Author: David

Seeking help after a personal injury

13th May 2010
Personal injury refers to any mental, emotional, or bodily harm that a person sustains. In some situations, such an injury is inevitable -- an unfortunate "side effect" of day-to-day living. In most cases, however, circumstance is not the only culprit. Mo...
Author: Robert Palmer

Malpractice and Negligence Factors To Consider

08th August 2009
Within in thelast decade the total occurrences of malpractice and negligence has increasedsignificantly. In many of the cases, the plaintiffs of these law suits have no other option than to choose litigation, so that they may be able to seek the kind of j...
Author: Gary Haiji

Product Liability: Responsibility of a Company for the Injuries Its Product Has Caused

23rd July 2009
Recently, multinational food company Nestle announced a recall on its refrigerated cookie dough products called Toll House after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP) warned that these were linked...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Imperial Tobacco V. British Columbia – A bit of history on the Canadian Law related to Tobacco Ind

12th June 2009
Canada is not only one of the leading countries in prohibition of the smoking advertising, but is also a huge advocate of the second part of the tobacco problem - the health of the Canadian citizens. They are protected by the Tobacco Damages and Health Ca...
Author: Kevin Johnson

Elements of a General Negligence Claim in Los Angeles

20th April 2008
General negligence refers to an individual's recklessness and lack of caution that causes injuries or damages to another person. General negligence is the most common cause of tort. There are more negligence cases than intentional torts. A negligence c...
Author: Mesriani Law Group