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The Child Witness: Tips from the Trenches

September 19, 2020

Questioning a child witness is one of the most challenging tasks for the advocate. To do it well requires patience, skill, and a thorough command of the language, so that respondent answers are elicited to the questions asked. Introduction Questioning, a child witness, is one of the most challenging tasks for the advocate. To do […]

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Personal Injury Claims Will Be Slashed In 2020.

September 6, 2020

Certain changes to personal injury law have taken effect from April 2020. According to a personal injury lawyer, this will result in a reduction in compensation claims and will make receiving legal representation harder for claim victims. Find out if you have recently hired a personal injury lawyer. What Personal Injury Laws Are Changing? With […]

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Identifying Concussion Signs in Children and Teens

September 5, 2020

New contribution from a personal injury law firm, sharing useful information in respect of identifying signs of concussion. Parents, coaches, and teachers frequently overlook concussions by characterizing physical impact as a minor ‘bonk on the head.’  For example:  When a child or teen takes a hit while playing sports, they are usually assessed quickly at […]

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I was hit by a vehicle while jaywalking, what do I do?

June 4, 2020

In my professional practice of being a personal injury lawyer, I frequently represent individuals who have been injured in pedestrian accidents. There are instances when pedestrians bear some responsibility for being struck by vehicles, such as by jaywalking. According to a personal injury lawyer, whether an injured jaywalking pedestrian can recover damages hinges on the […]

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Illinois Nursing Homes May Be Unfit To Manage COVID-19

April 18, 2020

With its lethal effects on the elderly and those with immune deficiencies, COVID-19 poses a special threat to nursing homes nationwide. Illinois nursing homes and temporary rehab clinics are now tasked with caring for the infected while also containing the coronavirus pandemic. This is no doubt a monumental task for any state.  However, an analysis […]

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The search is on for the UK’s brightest legal talent

November 4, 2019

Talented and passionate budding lawyers are being invited to put themselves forward for the chance to be named as the country’s brightest Future Legal Mind. The Future Legal Mind Award is a law essay competition which is now in its sixth year. Past winners of the competition, which is run by National Accident Helpline, have […]

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3 Hard Truths & Tips About Lawsuit Loans That Attorneys Must Know

November 3, 2019

Many personal injury victims find it hard to resume their daily activities. They may also face financial constraints until their case is settled in court. If this happens, many personal injury attorneys assist their clients in getting lawsuit loans. These are provided by settlement funding companies. Of course, if you end up seeking help from […]

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What Are Occupational Chest Conditions?

October 30, 2019

Work related or ‘occupational’ chest conditions are diseases that develop as a result of exposure to certain irritants in the workplace. These conditions are more likely to develop in some occupations than others, such as factory work or a garage. They can worsen over time if they are not immediately diagnosed and treated, so it’s […]

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What Workers’ Compensation Benefits Cover?

October 29, 2019

Processing your work comp claims will be easier and more convenient if you hired an experienced workers compensation lawyer to help you handle matters. This will even be more important immediately after you were badly injured in a work-related accident or have fallen seriously ill because of poor work conditions. The workers’ comp lawyer will […]

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Easy Steps in Filing for Bankruptcy at Anaheim

September 2, 2019

This post regarding bankruptcy law in CA is a slight departure from our usual personal injury ones, but it’s worth noting that if you have a personal injury claim, it may be protected even when going through bankruptcy proceedings through exemption (for which it’s worth checking out this post here) If you think you know […]

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