Mediation: All You Need To Know

Posted on: 30 December 2018

If you want to pursue compensation for your personal injury but do not want to go through court, mediation is one option to consider. For many people, the process of going to court is too upsetting and traumatizing. Mediation lets you have a say in how the dispute is settled. The following are some things you need to know: Understanding Mediation Mediation is a process in which you and the defendant come together with your attorneys and a neutral third-party who will act as the mediator in the case.
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What Type Of Compensation Can You Expect In A Wrongful Death Case?

Posted on: 29 December 2018

If you lost a loved one and plan to file a wrongful death lawsuit, you need to be aware of the different types of compensation to which you are entitled. The compensation will vary in different states. You may also receive capped compensation to a specific amount. The following are some of the different types of compensation you can get in a wrongful death lawsuit: Monetary Compensation Monetary compensation, also known as economic damages, are those which include financial contributions or obligations the family of the deceased would have had access to had the death not occurred.
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Personal Injury Concepts You Need To Know

Posted on: 28 December 2018

The notion of a personal injury in American law is based on two core ideas. The first is that each of us has what's called a duty of care, a responsibility to ensure that we don't cause others to come to hard because of negligence, recklessness or malice. The second is that when people are harmed under such circumstances that they're owed some sort of compensation. As we expand beyond those bedrock principles, we find many other personal injury law concepts that can be difficult for the layperson to understand.
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Have A Personal Injury Due To A Slip And Fall In A Store? Tips On Settling Or Taking The Case To Court

Posted on: 27 December 2018

If you have a personal injury due to a slip and fall at a store due to something spilled on the floor, you have a personal injury case. This is because the store will likely be at fault. In a personal injury case you can either settle or take the case to court. Below is more information about this so you can get everything taken care of. Factors to Consider in Your Decision of Settling or Going to Court
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