How Long Should a Personal Injury Lawsuit Last?

Published on May 6, 2019

Settlement is the fastest way to conclude a personal injury case. Unfortunately, this isn’t always an option and isn’t always the best option. Even settling the suit can take six months to three years before any money is awarded. Find out why personal injury lawsuits might last a long time and what you can do to speed up the process.

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How Is ‘Duty of Care’ Related to Determining Negligence?

Published on April 11, 2019

In some cases, negligence can be calculated to determine if a duty of care has been breached. The court may weigh the cost of preventative measures against the probability of injury. This estimation may also take into account the severity of any possible injuries, the practicality and availability of precautions and standard practice in similar situations.

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Proving Fault in Work Accidents or Slip and Fall Injuries

Published on March 12, 2019

After a slip and fall incident or work accident, you surely have a lot of things on your mind. It’s important to know, however, that in a personal injury case, the person seeking compensation is responsible for showing proof of fault.

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How to Gather Proof of Fault in Vehicle Accidents

Published on March 12, 2019

Many measures need to be taken before you even call or consult with a personal injury attorney. So, in many ways, you can help your legal team build a strong case from the beginning. Here are five ways to gather evidence of fault in a vehicle accident.

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