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How to Protect Your Pet from Harm, Negligence, and Abuse

Pets are more than just animals we keep around our homes and properties. Pets and livestock are members of our families and deserve protection from the reckless or unintentional harmful actions of other people. Thankfully, compassionate lawmakers and activists do ...
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How to Sue a City for Negligence

Suing the government for negligence isn’t as easy as pursuing a personal injury case against a private party, but it’s certainly possible. Additional procedural rules apply and there are certain immunities that apply, but in the end public entities can ...
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What is Res Ipsa Loquitur?

You’ve been the victim of someone else’s mistake. Whether or not your resulting problems are minor or severe, you shouldn’t have to deal with them alone. In some situations, the evidence of who’s at fault in a legal matter is ...
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How Long Can a Lawyer Hold Your Settlement Check?

[wps_toc style=”default” title=”Table of Contents” heading_levels=”2″ show_heirarchy=”yes” bullet_spacing=”yes” ordered_list=”yes”]When your personal injury case finally settles, the first question on your mind probably has something to do with when you get your settlement check. After months or years of hard work ...
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Aggravated Assault Causing Serious Bodily Injury

Aggravated assault is a very serious offense that is considered a crime in every state. Every state punishes aggravated assault very seriously, even more so than simple assault, and assault charges can often result in felony convictions. If you or ...
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Arizona Personal Injury Law Basics

Whether you are involved in an automobile accident, injured by a slip-and-fall accident or the victim of a workplace safety incident, being the victim of personal injury can be a double whammy. When you are injured, you can incur thousands, ...
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Arizona Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

When you’re injured or in an accident because of someone else’s negligence, you can take legal action against that person or entity, but only in a certain amount of time. The statutes of limitations restricts the amount of time you ...
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Court Approval for Minor Settlements in Arizona

When personal injury settlements are made to minors, they are treated differently than they are for adults. Arizona law requires that some personal injury settlements to minors be approved by the court. Get the Best Chance of Court Approval Insurance ...
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