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Who is Responsible for a Rear-End Collision?
Rear-end collisions are among the most common accidents involving vehicles. Although determining liability in these claims is generally straightforward, there are some instances where unique factors may come into play.
DuPage Family Law Firm Recognizes Attorney's 2014 Accomplishments
Wheaton, Illinois divorce and family law firm Anderson & Associates, P.C. acknowledges attorneys Kiley M. Whitty and for her recent professional accomplishments.
The Great Marijuana Divide Infographic
There has been controversy about the smoking of marijuana in the US for decades. American support for legalizing marijuana has changed a great deal, according to the statistics in the graphic below.
What To Do If You Are In A Wreck With A Drunk Driver
What Happens If you Are Hit By A Drunk Driver
Dog Bite Scenarios
The Circumstances of How You are Bitten can Effect Whether You Have a Case or Not
What Is the Dollar Value of Pain and Suffering
How do you equate pain and suffering to a dollar amount
What does it mean to litigate a case
Litigation is the process by which a lawsuit is filed culminating in a jury verdict
How to Appeal Your Workers' Compensation Claim
An injured employee can appeal a workers compensation claim if no agreement was made with the employer through a conference or mediation.
How to Get Paid: Pennsylvania's Law Regarding Contractor Payment
Motor Vehicle Accidents; Know Your Rights
In an Accident, Know Your Rights
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