How To Identify The Negligent Party In Construction Litigation

Posted on: 10 June 2020
One of the most challenging aspects of construction litigation is determining who the at-fault party was. Issues can arise from the work of architects, suppliers, contractors and subcontractors, and third-party services providers. Worse, the name of the game for defendants in this sort of business litigation is "Not It!" You'll need to identify the target of litigation before you proceed. Here are a few things to consider. Determining the Most Proximate Cause
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How To Receive The Most Compensation After A Car Accident

Posted on: 7 May 2020
Being the victim of a car accident can leave you with many unexpected medical bills that you shouldn't have to pay for. That's why you'll want to sue for damage with a personal injury lawsuit. These tips will help you receive the most compensation for the damages that were caused. Have Your Injury Treated It is a known fact that your medical bills are going to help determine the total compensation in all areas of the case.
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Why It Helps To Hire A Real Estate Tax Lawyer When Fighting Raised Property Taxes

Posted on: 29 March 2020
If you own commercial property, one thing you have to worry about is your property taxes going up. If you're looking to protest this raise, then be sure to work with a real estate tax lawyer. They'll help you deal with these tax increases in the following ways.  Break Down Legal Terminology If you haven't had your commercial property that long, then there may be a lot of legal terminology you don't understand in the paperwork showing that your property taxes are raising.
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How Does Worker's Compensation and Pre-Existing Conditions Co-Mingle?

Posted on: 26 February 2020
When you are hurt while performing tasks within the scope of your job, you can claim worker's compensation benefits to help you recoup financially until your injury is healed. For those who have a pre-existing condition, a work-related injury may exacerbate that problem. If this is the case for you, you may wonder if worker's compensation will come into play. The following are some things you need to know: What Is a Pre-Existing Medical Condition?
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