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What Qualifies as Wrongful Death Litigation?
by Granny's Mettle

In many cases, victims are usually unable to file a lawsuit themselves, especially when that person is already deceased or suffered huge injuries. In a wrongful death case, personal representatives of the estate of a deceased person are allowed to file a lawsuit against those responsible for the victim's death. Liability may often arise for both negligent and intentional acts of the person responsible.

The Importance of Background Verification
by Stephen Spain

Today's society has created an environment that requires business owners to be armed with numerous tools. Many employers currently spend little time verifying the accuracy of employment applications and the cost of not doing normal due diligence can be staggering.

Wrongful Death Cases Explained
by Mart Gil Abareta

Do you know instances where someone you know was hit by a reckless driver, was struck and killed by a careless motorist, was shot dead because of mistaken identity, was killed due to medical malpractice, etc.? These cases are all examples of wrongful death cases. Generally, such cases are caused by another person’s negligence, carelessness, malpractice or inaction. Even though, the death is unintentional, it is still the responsibility of the defendant to provide just compensation for the survivors or victims of wrongful death cases.

California – What happens when you get a DUI?
by H. Gillogly

This is one of the most common questions asked to DUI lawyers. When you ask lawyers this question, you do not always get straight answers because every circumstance is different.

Hey Landlord! Is Your Lease Legal?
by Mark Walters

The longer you are a landlord the more you strive to create the perfect lease/rental agreement. Landlords learn in the school of hard-knocks that some tenants are certified trouble makers and we try our best to protect ourselves with a carefully structured restrictive lease.

How to Deal with Bill Collectors
by Chris Cooper

So you’ve screwed up. You’re drowning in debt. Maybe the credit card was burning a hole in your pocket and you just had to get the HDTV. Or maybe you or a family member had a medical emergency while you we laid off. It doesn’t matter to your creditors; they lent you the money and now they want it back.

Reporting Sexual Harassment
by Lala C. Ballatan

There are ways of stopping attacks of sexual harassment, either by yourself or with the help of workmates, authorities and by eventually filing a lawsuit. The following ways of reporting sexual harassment incidents may not ideally be in the order as we’re going to present it in actual reality. You shall have to discover for yourself the best move to compensate for the violation of your rights. And to totally stop the unwanted sexual advances being done to you.

Dental And Medical Collection Legal Guidelines
by Steve Austin

Every medical and dental practice has to deal with patients who do not pay. If it doesn't deal with such patients, the costs will simply be passed on to other patients - the practice may simply suffer or fold.

How Did DNA Testing Children Begin?
by Avi Lasarow

The story behind the first maternity and paternity tests used for legal purposes. This year marks the 20th anniversary of a remarkable discovery which forever changed the legal profession. In 1985, Alec Jeffreys (now Sir Alec), a young genetics professor at Leicester University, discovered DNA fingerprinting—the technique which allows for unambiguous human identification as well as relationship identification between different people.

Stop Your Employee From Becoming Your Competitor
by Woody Quinones

You know the routine. You've hired an eager individual willing to come onboard and learn the business. You've taught them, trained them, worked hand in hand and side by side for 2 solid years. Then all of a sudden your employee quits for no apparent reason.

Injury Compensation Claims
by John Eastwood

Accidents do happen, but if you feel you had a slip trip or fall that was due to someone else’s negligence, you have the right to claim compensation. Personal injuries because of slipping, tripping and falling are a fact of life, but sometimes they are the result of carelessness on the part of individuals or municipal councils who are liable to pay compensation for it.
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