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What To Ask When Consulting With Personal Injury Lawyer

Any trustworthy personal injury lawyer provides each potential client with the chance to enjoy a free consultation. Clients can benefit from such an opportunity by knowing what questions to ask. A lawyer’s answers to five questions should disclose the extent to which that same lawyer can help the man or…...

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How To Seek Accident Benefits Claims In Alberta?

Residents of Alberta have been guaranteed the opportunity to seek certain benefits, after becoming involved in a motor vehicle accident. Yet insurers do have some ability to deny requested benefits....

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What Accident Victim Risks By Self-Representing A Personal Injury Case

Some adults feel that the viewing of courtroom scenes on television and in movies provides them with the ability to gather a fair amount of legal knowledge. Indeed, a certain percentage of those same adults elect to self-represent themselves during the proceedings in a personal injury case. It never pays…...

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Understanding The Court’s Assessment of Pre-existing Injuries

Insurers put great effort into uncovering the facts about any claimant’s previous accidents, and the injuries sustained as a result of that same accident. Yet no insurance company can alter the court’s goal....

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What To Look For When Searching For A Car Accident Lawyer

Someone that has been involved in an automobile accident might struggle to prioritize all the tasks that need to be accomplished. By the same token, such an individual might overlook a task that seemed unnecessary or superficial. For that reason, it helps to hire a car accident lawyer....

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Options Available To Someone Injured At Gym

Most gyms ask those their members/users to sign a waiver. That signed waiver removes the named gym from liability for certain injuries. Still, it does not cover all injuries....

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Why Would An Insurance Company Get Hit With Punitive Damages?

Like an individual, each insurance company has a duty of care. According to the law, that duty of care calls for the company’s readiness to demonstrate good faith towards the policy holders. A willingness to deviate from that duty can invite the court’s imposition of punitive damages....

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A Rise In The Number of DWI Drivers In Alberta

For decades, traffic authorities have talked to teenage drivers about the dangers linked to driving while intoxicated (DWI). Now those same authorities are returning to the classroom, in order to share information on a different sort of DWI. That is the dangerous practice known as driving while impaired. Drivers that…...

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What A Resident of Alberta Should Know About Section B Benefits

Although any request for Alberta’s Section B benefits must come from someone that has been involved in a motor vehicle collision, not every request must come from someone that owns and drives a motor vehicle. It could get submitted by a pedestrian that was hit by an automobile, or a…...

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The Way A Personal Injury Settlement Has An Effect On AISH Eligibility

Some part of any personal injury settlement should go towards repaying the injured victim for his or her lost wages. After all, it is supposed to provide accident victims with a way to get back to the spot from which the claim has originated. In other words, it serves as…...

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