Proving Negligence in Premises Liability Cases: Key Elements

The owner of a property, whether it’s a business or private property, has a legal obligation, known as duty of care, to ensure the premises are safe and free from hazards. They must meet a standard of reasonable care in maintaining the property. If you suffer an injury on another’s premises due to the owner’s […]

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Navigating Slip and Fall Claims on Commercial Properties

Let’s start with a few facts courtesy of the National Floor Safety Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention of slips, trips, and falls through education, research, and standards development: With slip and fall accidents—defined as an incident where a person slips or trips and falls, and is injured, on someone else’s property—it can […]

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Dealing with Emotional Trauma after a Car Accident: Seeking Support and Healing

“Trauma creates change you don’t choose. Healing is about creating change you do choose.” –Michelle Rosenthal When you are involved in a car accident, your first question is usually, am I hurt? If so, how badly? That’s often immediately followed by, is anyone else hurt? After that comes a litany of questions—Is my car okay? […]

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Seeking Compensation for Lost Wages and Future Earnings After an Injury

When it comes to personal injury litigation, there are many things the victim may be compensated for: medical expenses, pain and suffering, property damage and loss. Wrongful death and punitive damages (damages awarded for personal injuries caused by particularly malicious, fraudulent, or reckless acts) may also come into play.  Another category of compensation that is […]

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