Fleeing the Scene of an Accident

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    If you have hit someone with your vehicle, it is normal to feel scared and unsure of what to do. It was a mistake, but you know it could have a big impact on your life. You may even consider fleeing the scene to avoid dealing with the issue. This is the biggest… Read More »

Malicious Prosecution

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Have you ever worked somewhere that you enjoyed so much that you literally took your work home?  I can’t say that I have, but I’m looking forward to that. Anyone who has ever worked anywhere has at some point taken a little piece of work home, be it a pin from your desk, some scrap… Read More »

Autotheft Charges

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America has long had a love affair with the automobile.  Cars and trucks are not only a means of travel and conveyance, but they’re also status symbols.  Many drivers have a car or truck they’ve always wanted to own – whether it be out of emotional attachment for something their parents once had, or the… Read More »

Recovery Tips in Cases of Nerve Damage

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By Krista Sherinian Nerve damage is one of the most common types of preventable injuries in the United States. There are numerous factors which determine the overall value of a personal injury lawsuit for nerve damage. Below is a list of the most important factors in determining the value of an injury case. In short,… Read More »

How a Personal Injury Settlement Can Affect Taxes

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A personal injury settlement can provide necessary relief following an accident, however, such a an award may affect your taxes. Whether taxes will be affected by a personal injury settlement depends on the size of the award and the types of damages compensated for. There are federal guidelines that govern which parts of a settlement… Read More »