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I Was Hurt at a Major Store, Now What?

Accidental injuries can happen anywhere and it’s not unusual for them to occur at a major store or business. For example, let’s say that “Joanne” was shopping at a Publix one ...
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Who Pays for My Injury?

In many situations, when a negligent party unintentionally or accidentally causes physical harm to an innocent person, the injured party can file a lawsuit against the at-fault party so he or she can ...
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Top Personal Injury Accidents

In the United States, people cannot go around “accidentally” hurting other people and get away with it. After all, “intentionally” hurting someone else is a criminal offense ...
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Filing a Claim Against Homeowner's Insurance

Were you, or someone you love injured on someone else’s residential property ? Suppose you were injured because of an unsafe property condition and the accident led to a lot of problems, such as ...
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Premises Liability Claims in Columbia, South Carolina

When it comes to our own homes, we have a pretty good idea of what’s going on. We’re generally aware if there’s a rip in our carpet, a creaky stair (old houses), a wobbly railing, or ...
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Beware of Blood Thinners in Nursing Homes

Numerous elderly residents in nursing homes are prescribed blood thinners such as Coumadin to treat conditions such as deep vein thrombosis and prevent against strokes. While these anti-coagulant ...
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