Getting To Know Comparative Fault And The Types Of Damages

Posted on: 8 February 2016
If you were injured, either in an accident or intentionally, then you might be thinking about filing a personal injury lawsuit. However, a lawsuit isn't always the right idea. An insurance claim might be able to get you the compensation that you need in a much more reliable manner. Lawsuits are a bit riskier, mainly because your entire case might be shut down by a single law that you might not have even been aware of.
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4 Ways To Pass Assets To Heirs Without Going Through Probate

Posted on: 19 January 2016
Are you considering how best to pass on your assets to your heirs after you pass away? Having a will is a good first step, as a will provides direction as to which heirs should receive which assets. Unfortunately, a will doesn't bypass something called probate, which is a legal process in which the court settles your estate. Probate can last for months and can require a tremendous amount of time and effort from your estate executor.
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Work Outside? 3 Tips To Avoid Getting Hurt On The Job This Winter

Posted on: 1 January 2016
It's always possible to get hurt on the job -- particularly when you work outside -- but it can be even more likely during the winter months. Icy and snowy conditions, for example, can put you at further risk of injury. Luckily, following these winter safety tips can help keep you safe. 1. Dress in Layers First of all, you have to protect yourself from potential hypothermia and frostbite if you are going to be working in cold conditions.
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Legal Tips For Dealing With The Insurance Company During A Personal Injury Claim

Posted on: 15 December 2015
Insurance companies will try to settle with you quickly if you have a personal injury claim. This is generally true regardless of the type of accident, whether it was at a business, in a public area, or with a vehicle. The following tips can help you avoid common mistakes that are made when dealing with insurance companies. Tip #1: Speak Cautiously The general rule is to tell the insurance company as little as possible so that you don't accidentally make it look like you may have some responsibility for the accident.
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