Can You Sue The Police? What Victims Of Law Enforcement Need To Know

Posted on: 23 July 2021

Government and municipal personnel have certain types of protections against lawsuits. Those entities, though, still have a responsibility to perform their jobs in a way that does not cause undue harm to citizens. There have been several cases in the news lately of citizens filing suit against law enforcement agencies. Some of these suits have resulted in large awards for the victims or their loved ones. To learn more about suing the police, read on.
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How To Manage Your Motorcycle Accident Case

Posted on: 16 November 2020

Motorcycle accidents are life-changing, and they can often lead to very difficult circumstances in your personal and professional lives. This can lead to serious monetary damage. If you have been in a motorcycle accident, you may be concerned about your future, especially where your finances are concerned. This is what you need to know about motorcycle accidents and how to best manage them with your attorney. What Kinds of Compensation Can You Receive?
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Slip And Fall Personal Injury Claims When You Fall In A Retail Establishment

Posted on: 14 December 2019

Injuries can happen almost anywhere. If you are in a retail establishment and you get injured because of a slip and fall, there are a number of factors to consider before filing a personal injury claim. As you seek treatment for your injuries and begin to recover, you may come to realize that your injuries are going to leave you out of work permanently. You may have medical bills piling up and decide that it's time to file a personal injury claim to recover your losses.
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Defense Against A Drunk Driving Auto Accident

Posted on: 29 October 2019

One of the most dangerous driving offenses to commit is to get behind the wheel of a car when you have consumed numerous alcoholic beverages. The crime becomes even worse when an accident is caused due to being in an incompetent state of mind, and the people in the other vehicle get injured. However, just because someone has made the mistake of driving drunk and getting into a collision doesn't mean that he or she is actually liable for it.
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