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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
Personal Injury

What Are The ABCs of Personal Injury Claims and Lawsuits?

31st March 2010
If someone is injured by a product that is defective in some way, or by an unintentional or careless act of another person, a personal injury claim or lawsuit can come be initiated. Then if the courts determine that someone is legally responsible for ano...
Author: Wendy Moyer
Personal Injury

Personal Injury Litigation

26th March 2010
The most prevalent types of personal injury claims include accidents at home and work, accidents on the road, accidents due to defective products, holiday and tripping accidents, as well as assault claims. Both medical and dental accidents are incorporate...
Author: Frank Smith
Personal Injury

Personal Injury Claims- An Apt Attitude Towards A Accident Claim Compensation

03rd March 2010
Life is supposed to be unpredicted and same is the case with the accidents especially the road accidents. We can have to experience these accidents even if we are not at fault. So, in these type of accidents, if a victim has to go through a series of phys...
Author: Samantha Gilford
Accident claims

Car Accident Compensation Claims

23rd December 2009
Car accidents cause a great deal of trauma in peoples lives. If you have suffered a personal injury in a car accident, either as a driver, passenger, cyclist or pedestrian, you can make a claim. Personal injury claims can be for a range of injury types in...
Author: Rickie Mcdonald
Personal Injury

Understanding Statute of Limitations

18th December 2009
If you are considering filing a personal injury claim, it is important to understand what statute of limitations is and how it might affect your case. Most states require that personal injury claims are filed within a reasonable period of time. If you don...
Author: SmithSEO

Importance of Mitigation of Wage Loss

21st July 2009
Just because an employee is wrongfully terminated, it doesn't mean that he or she should focus all his/her attention on pursuing the employment case against his or her former employer. An employee is required to perform mitigation of wage loss as well....
Author: Mesriani Law Group
No Win No Fee

No Win No Fee – What Everybody Ought to Know about No Win No Fee Claims

21st June 2009
Unless you have been living in a sound-proof chamber in the depths of the Pacific Ocean, you will be aware of the ‘no win no fee claims' ads which currently crowd our airwaves. However, while the term ‘no win no fee' is now commonly recognised, mo...
Author: Jessica Parker
Personal Injury

Wigan council pays over £1m in personal injury claims

01st May 2009
It has been discovered that nationally, there has been a 40% increase in the number of personal injury claims related to uneven paths.Regionally, however, it has been revealed that in the last year alone, Wigan council has had to cough up more than Â...
Author: catherine

The Common Sense and Basic Physics of Bumper-To-Bumper Car Accidents

08th April 2009
The quality of bumper design systems in cars these days has a direct effect of the severity of the occupants in rear and front end accidents. A high quality bumper system is designed to absorb the force of the impact by "compressing." A low quality bumper...
Author: scarpey
Personal Injury

Personal injury claims in the UK

27th March 2009
Personal injury claims are commonly reffered to as whiplash claims or accident claims in the UK. Personal injury generally consist of back neck and shoulder injuries. Usually caused by a car or motorbike accident or accidents at work this includes wor...
Author: KP
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