What Is An Inevitable Car Accident?

Posted on: 25 October 2018

If you are pursuing a car accident case, the inevitable accident defense is one of the claims the defendant can invoke to try and avoid liability. With this defense, a driver will claim that they didn't cause the accident and they couldn't have prevented it – in short, the accident was unavoidable. Here are three elements a driver may use to prove that an accident was inevitable: The Driver Couldn't Foresee the Accident
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A Dog Bite Can Result In Legal Hot Water

Posted on: 19 September 2018

Americans own almost 90 million dogs in 2017. Dogs bite an estimated 4.7 million people every year, and while the majority of those bites are minor, 800,000 still required medical care. In 2017, 39 Americans were fatally mauled, the majority by pit bulls. Dogs may be much-beloved in the United States, but they can be dangerous and unpredictable. Dog owners can also be sued or even face criminal charges if their animal bites someone or, worse, kills them.
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Pros And Cons Of Talking To Your Children About What Assets They Want

Posted on: 12 August 2018

When you're in the process of dividing your assets as you write up your will, you can either talk to your children (and any other people who are close to you) about what they might want or simply make these decisions yourself. Gathering your children and going through your home so that they can identify the things that they covet can be a worthwhile activity, but there are also some potential drawbacks to it.
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Three Mistakes That Will Get Your Personal Injury Case Dismissed

Posted on: 16 July 2018

When you are in a car accident and you are injured, you may decide to pursue a personal injury lawsuit against the other drivers. First and foremost, consult a personal injury lawyer. Then avoid the following mistakes that could get your lawsuit tossed out of court or cost you money. 1. Telling One or More of the Other Drivers You Will Pay Them for Damages The biggest mistake most people make after an accident is opening their mouths and telling other drivers that the accident was their fault and that the other drivers will be compensated.
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