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A Judge Can Alter a Jury’s Damage Findings

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Our system of justice is based on a jury making certain decisions of fact, including making a decision as to the value of a victim’s injuries. Rarely does a trial judges intervene and second guess a jury, or overturn a decision a jury has made, because doing so would minimize the power and importance… Read More »


When Should You Reapply After Being Denied Social Security Disability?

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Our legal system isn’t perfect, which means that some people that need help or relief, don’t get the help that they need. When it comes to Social Security, some people that need help, don’t get it because they are denied benefits at any given stage in the application process. However, the law does not… Read More »


How to Get Workers’ Compensation for Repetitive, Cumulative Injuries

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Imagine that you are working in a job where you perform the same type of physical movement many times a day. At first, your job may not seem stressful but, over time, the repeated motion starts to cause you pain, and wear and tear. Can you recover workers’ compensation benefits for an injury(ies) that… Read More »


How to Receive Spousal Social Security Benefits

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If you suffer a disease or diseases or are injured to the point that you can no longer work, you may be entitled to collect Social Security benefits. However, what you may not know is that, in certain situations, your spouse may be able to receive benefits as well. Spousal benefits are only available… Read More »


Accident Victims Can Recover Damages for PTSD

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is widely recognized as affecting veterans of war, and first-responders responding to extremely traumatic calls. However, PTSD is not limited to veterans and first-responders. The stress from an accident can often be enough to trigger PTSD, and symptoms from the disorder can be compensable in a personal injury case. Symptoms… Read More »


Building Code Violations Are Evidence of Negligence

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The reasons for building codes are many and varied.  Although not all building codes are related to safety, a recent court decision found that failure to comply with or follow building codes could be evidence of negligence in a trip and fall case. The case involved an elderly man who was exiting a Quest… Read More »


Insurance Company Tries to Punish Homeowner for Acts of a Third Party

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While a homeowners’ insurance case is going on, both sides have the right to know what evidence the other intends to produce at trial. However, in a recent case, an insurance company went too far, trying to punish a homeowner for something that neither he nor his attorneys had any control over. Adjuster Fails… Read More »


Working with Your Doctor to Help Your Disability Case

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If you are sick, injured or disabled, and apply for Social Security, it may seem obvious that nobody knows your medical status the way your own doctors do. They have seen your progress or decline, they have taken and seen diagnostic tests, and are in the best position to evaluate whether you are truly… Read More »


Obtaining a Homeowners’ Insurance Claims File Can be Difficult

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When your homeowners’ insurance company denies your claim, you most likely will have to file a lawsuit to recover. Like any lawsuit, winning a homeowners’ insurance trial means getting the proper evidence that is needed before the trial. Unfortunately, too many insurance companies deny or lowball the claim, and then try to stonewall in… Read More »


Why is Uninsured Motorist Coverage Important?

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When you go to purchase car insurance, there are certain types of coverage that you generally know that you need, or that you should have. The law requires that you have personal injury protection (PIP). You probably will purchase liability insurance, to make sure that if you injure someone else, you aren’t paying damages… Read More »

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