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What is a Slip and Fall Law?

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Any good slip and fall summary would begin by stating what might not be so obvious to many, which is that:

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What are SUV Rollover Lawsuits?

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Sport utility vehicles have the highest rate of fatalities occurring in rollovers. SUV rollovers are almost three times more likely to

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What are Traffic Accident Laws?

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If you have been in a traffic accident, the law holds the responsible party liable and compensates the injured party. Recovery or

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What is Wrongful Death?

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Wrongful death is a death caused by someone else – an individual, group of individuals, company, or organization – that can be

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What is Personal Injury Law?

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Dog Bite Laws
Lead Paint Poisoning
Wrongful Death
SUV Rollover Lawsuits
Traffic Accidents
Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA)
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What is Product Liability?

What are Dog Bite Laws?

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Dog bite laws vary by state. Therefore, the state in which a dog attacks will determine what the rights of the

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What is the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA)?

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The Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA) imposes broad liability on railroads to provide compensation for on-the-job harm sustained by

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What are Head Injury Laws?

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In personal injury law, there are two major types of head injury: 1) an open injury, which penetrates or opens the skull,

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What is Lead Paint Poisoning?

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Lead-based paint was banned in the U.S. in 1978. Nevertheless, it is still present in some buildings and houses built before

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