Reap Your Reward: Personal Injury Judgments

Posted on: 12 January 2017
The personal injury process can be long and tiring, but sooner or later, you will be given a decision. If your case convinced the judge and a judgment in your favor was handed down, you may now be wondering what comes next. Read on to learn more about what could happen now that you have either settled your case or won your case in court. The Means to Pay You may not have realized it at the time, but your attorney was carefully evaluating your personal injury case from your very first meeting, and the reason is directly connected to money damages.
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What Punishments Could You Face With A Reckless Driving Charge?

Posted on: 29 December 2016
Vehicles are very dangerous especially when used in the wrong way. If you drive in an unsafe or reckless manner, then this is a crime. A crime occurs when you operate the vehicle in a way that puts other people at risk. Reckless driving is different from other driving offenses. The charge depends on each individual case. Every state has a list of things that qualify a driver for this offense.
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The Most Common Reasons For Bankruptcy Might Not Be What You Think

Posted on: 8 December 2016
There are many reasons people go into debt and must declare bankruptcy. The reasons are as varied as the people who file. While most people think the majority of bankruptcy filings has to do with overspending and credit card debt, they are not in the top 4 reasons. The most common reasons for bankruptcy might not be what you think they are. Medical Expenses The number one reason people go into debt and declare bankruptcy is the high cost of their medical bills.
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Missed Diagnosis: Your Injuries and a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

Posted on: 17 November 2016
If you have received medical care from a treatment provider, and you were misdiagnosed, you are not alone. According to CBS News, 12 million Americans every year are misdiagnosed when they receive outpatient care. This ends up being one in twenty people, a number that makes delayed diagnoses or mistakes common. While a missed or delayed diagnosis is not always considered malpractice, if the mistake causes you injury you might have a viable personal injury lawsuit to file.
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