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Proving A Medical Malpractice Case: 3 Types Of Evidence Your Attorney Will Rely On

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In order to prove a medical malpractice case, your attorney must show that you were injured due to negligence or error on the part of the doctor and/or medical staff who treated you. A simple mistake or an honest human error is not considered negligence and is impossible to prosecute regardless of how severely you were injured. As you can imagine, proving negligence is a difficult task. However, medical malpractice attorneys and personal injury lawyers are well versed in collecting all the evidence you need to win your case. Following are...

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2 Reasons To Hire A Personal Injury Attorney Following An Auto Accident

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One of the best things that you can do for yourself after an auto accident is to hire a personal injury attorney, mostly because he or she will be able to provide you with a number of benefits and advantages that can help you get the money that you deserve. An attorney can assist you by allowing you to remain blameless and helping you to determine if a settlement offer is worth accepting. Remain Blameless One of the issues that you may end up dealing with when you go to court following an auto accident is that the person who caused the...

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4 Ways You Can Help Your Estate’s Executor Now

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The job of an executor can be a difficult one. When you are creating your estate plan, it is your responsibility to make things as easy as possible for your executor. Here are four things you can do to make settling your estate’s affairs easier for the executor.  Keep Your Will Updated One problem that your executor could face is an outdated will. If you have gotten married or divorced, had children, or any other life changes since your will was last done and you failed to update your will, your executor will have to work with your...

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Civil Litigation And Community Policing Reform

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When complaints of police brutality and racial profiling from residents of impoverished communities are ignored too often, a specific incident may become the catalyst for violence and rioting, but also for policy changes. This type of incident usually involves the death of an individual at the hands of law enforcement, either during an apprehension and arrest, or while the suspect is in police custody. While the law enforcement officers involved in the death may face criminal charges in the death of a suspect, they are rarely convicted. Civil...

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Four Surprising Things That May Be Taxed

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Many people get quite confused when dealing with the internal revenue authority. For example, without a financial professional, it is never quite clear what may be taxed and what is exempted. Here are four things that you may not know that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may tax: Scholarships One of the best things about scholarships is that they are tax-free. However, this is only true if you are enrolled in an accredited school, and is using the scholarship money for tuition, school supplies and books. If you spend the money on...

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What Is A Collaborative Divorce?

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It is an incredibly emotional time when a couple decides their marriage isn’t working and the time for separation and divorce arrive. Instead of going through a potential messy court proceeding, where the outcome isn’t always clear, couples may opt for a collaborative divorce instead. The Collaborative Approach A typical divorce requires a couple to obtain attorneys, work out what they want in a potential settlement and then stand before a judge who will give the final decree. In many cases, this is a long, arduous process;...

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When To Consider Bankruptcy

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Financial stress can be a huge burden—if you are struggling just to keep your head above water, it may be time to consider other options. Bankruptcy has a very negative stigma, but in some cases it can rescue a family from financial despair. Bankruptcy may be a good option for you in the following situations: You’re Incurring Debt Every Month Everyday living expenses can be expensive, but if you find yourself using lines of credit to pay for expenses that you don’t have cash available to pay for, you may want to learn more about...

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Three Forms Of Defenses To Inchoate Crimes

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Do you know that you can be charged with a crime you intended to do, but did not do? For example, you can be charged with conspiracy even if you don’t commit the crime you were conspiring to commit. Here are some defenses you can try if you ever find yourself facing such a charge: Abandonment You can assert the abandonment defense if you voluntarily stopped all the conspiratorial activities before actually committing a crime. According to Lawyers.com, you can only succeed with this defense if you can show that: What you had done before...

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The Basics Of Handling The Will And Estate Of A Deceased Relative

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When you are designated as the executor for the will of a loved one, you have the responsibility of carrying out the terms specified in the document. Even if a will appears to have straightforward instructions for dispensing the assets of the deceased, you may encounter unforeseen legal issues such as challenges by other heirs to the will. There are some basic tasks you need to perform to successfully manage the estate of the deceased and comply with your state’s legal requirements. Filing the Will Once you take possession of the will...

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How Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Cab Save You Money

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Chapter 7 bankruptcy may or may not help you stop a foreclosure, but this isn’t the only advantage you should focus on when filing for bankruptcy. There are still other associated advantages it can offer you. For example, a bankruptcy may help you: Save Money From Your Mortgage Payments When you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, most of your creditors are barred from collecting their payments from you. Mortgage companies are some of the creditors expected to adhere to this “automatic stay” even though they may apply to...

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