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  • What is Strict Liability?
    What is Strict Liability?

    An important element of personal injury litigation is the proof of negligence. In many cases, injury victims and their legal representation must provide evidence of the at-fault party’s negligence in ...

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  • What Is Considered Dangerous Flooring?
    What Is Considered Dangerous Flooring?

    When you walk around in your daily life, it’s natural to not look at the ground you walk on, because you expect it to be generally free of hazards. Sometimes, though, certain conditions can make the ...

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  • Tips for Driving Safely Around Motorcyclists
    Tips for Driving Safely Around Motorcyclists

    Though they are the preferred method of transportation for many, motorcycles are notoriously dangerous as it only takes a second for an accident to result in catastrophic injuries. Many drivers forget ...

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  • Stipulated Finding and Award vs. Compromise and Release
    Stipulated Finding and Award vs. Compromise and Release

    Deciding on workers’ compensation benefits that satisfy an employer and are fair to the injured employee involves hours of discussion, negotiation, and sometimes, in-trial litigation. In some cases, ...

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  • Toxic Exposure and Workers’ Compensation Claims: What You Need to Know
    Toxic Exposure and Workers’ Compensation Claims: What You Need to Know

    When we think of injuries that warrant workers’ compensation benefits, we tend to think of broken bones, back injuries, and severe lacerations sustained in accidents. For many, however, injuries and ...

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  • Should I File a Workers' Comp or Personal Injury Case?
    Should I File a Workers' Comp or Personal Injury Case?

    If you have been injured in a work-related incident, you may be wondering whether it’s a good idea to file a workers’ compensation claim or a personal injury case. The answer isn’t always as ...

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