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Personal Injury

Personal Injury Case: How Does It Work?

04th October 2011
Filing a law suit for a personal injury claim is simple. What makes it tedious is the long process involved in almost all forms of claims before a final verdict is made by the court. The person filing the suit is called the plaintiff, the person injured a...
Author: ethanrehman
Personal Injury

When to Bring a Personal Injury Case in Court

04th October 2011
Personal injury or tort law is a widely executed law in most countries in the world. This is designed to protect citizensí right to claim when others negligently or intentionally injured them or their property. The law restricts a person from causing harm...
Author: ethanrehman
Legal

Sexual Harassment Lawyer California Relieves the Paranoia

20th April 2011
Paranoia increases in the part of the victim if the dilemma and tragic experience within work and from the culprit will not be revealed. It is normal that fear and recurrent memory of the exact situation will linger to the victimís mind. Nonetheless, sexu...
Author: Beth Martinson10
Legal

The co-operator of an ice cream shop has been accused of sexual harassment

22nd February 2011
BUTTLER COUNTY, Pittsburg - Two former staff of an ice cream shop in Butler County have accused the co-proprietor of the store of sexual harassment.Rachelle Gray and Brianna Harvey have accused Eric Gavinsky of repeatedly producing unwanted sexual develop...
Author: Jean Palmer
Divorce

Domestic Violence Divorce - The Key to Legal-Psychiatric Abuse Prevention

09th August 2010
For over a decade, I have been writing about domestic violence divorce and legal-psychiatric abuse to help battered mothers in family court. There's no question in my mind that people who are re-victimized by a perpetrator's use of the system know who the...
Author: Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.
Personal Injury

Accusations Defended by the Car Accident Law

31st March 2010
There is a consistent trend across the globe involving early deaths especially for people who figure in car accidents. Car accidents are inevitable but the alarmingly high occurrence rates for these have caused scientists to predict that in the years to c...
Author: lorilee dhebar
Criminal Law

Why You Need To Remain Silent

29th March 2010
Everyone knows they should remain silent whenever it appears they are going to be arrested or questioned seriously by law enforcement. But why? Because too many individuals think they can talk their way out of their bad predicaments with law enforcement...
Author: Vivian Mayer
Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice

16th March 2010
Medical malpractice means professional negligence through act or omission done by a health care giver wherein the care provided diverges from acceptable standards of medical practice and causes harm or death to a patient. Regulations and standards for med...
Author: nuscheysmith
Legal

Intentional Harm to a Person or Property

12th November 2009
Personal injury may be caused by a person acting with the deliberate intent to injure or harm another person. This kind of conduct may be referred to as "purposeful," "malicious," or "knowing." A person who acts intentionally and causes harm as a r...
Author: Carolyn Ria
Legal

Fraud

08th June 2006
Fraud Fraud is generally defined as the intentional use of deceit, a trick or some dishonest means to deprive another of his/her/its money, property or a legal right. Quite often there are several persons involved in a scheme to commit fraud and each a...
Author: Darren Kavinoky