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Archive for November 2016

Safety Tips for Pedestrians

Often times, being a pedestrian is taken too lightly. There are serious risks when walking near road traffic and sadly sometimes people don’t make it to their destinations. Being a defensive pedestrian is just as valuable as being a defensive driver. Take these extra precautions while walking near roads to help you get where you’re going…

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Is it My Fault if I Get Hit on My Bike?

Getting into a collision on your bike can cause serious injuries whether it’s with a vehicle or a roadway hazard. But determining fault is not as simple as who was on the bike and who was not. State laws consider bicycles to be a vehicle, meaning cyclists must follow the same rules of the road…

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Who's to Blame in the Common Slip and Fall Case?

Accidents happen, but sometimes they are the result of negligence. When an accident could have been avoided, questions of who’s to blame arise. Finding fault in a slip and fall case is not always easy but there are some key factors that play into determining if who is responsible. Proving Negligence and Liability In order…

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Can a Burn Injury be a Personal Injury Case?

“Personal injury” is an incredibly broad term. There are hundreds of cases that fall under that umbrella, one of which is burns. For a burn to be classified as a personal injury lawsuit, a few simple questions have to be asked: Where did the burn occur, and what were the circumstances surrounding it? Did the…

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