2017

Injured In An Accident? 4 Mistakes That Can Undermine Your Case

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If you've been involved in an accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, especially if the accident was not your fault. In order to receive compensation, you need to make sure you take the necessary steps. Failure to take the right measures may cause you problems when you try to obtain compensation. Here are four mistakes that can undermine your personal injury case. Failing to File Your Claim on Time

27 January 2017

Three Factors That Should Determine The Length Of Your Business Premises' Lease

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If you are planning to lease a business space, one of the questions you will need to answer is whether to sign a long-term or short-term lease. These three questions should help you settle the debate: Expected Fluctuations in Rental Prices in the Neighborhood  A long lease is suitable if you expect rental prices to go up in the future; it allows you to lock your rate in favorably. The reverse is true if you suspect prices to go down in the near future.

13 January 2017

First Things First: Handling Car Wrecks

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When you are involved in an accident, the time immediately following is extremely critical if you are to prove that you were wronged. While you may be understandably traumatized by the accident, ensuring that either you or a trusted family member or friend complete some important tasks could make the difference between getting a fair settlement offer from the at-fault driver's insurance carrier and just a token sum. You never know when the worst will happen and it pays to be prepared so read below to get more information about the steps to take after your accident that could help you prove your personal injury claim.

13 January 2017

Is Your Parent Being Neglected In A Nursing Home? What To Do Now

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If you are currently worried about the care of your elderly parent in a nursing home and you haven't gotten any information back from management about your complaints, it's time to talk to a lawyer. You are paying the facility a fee to take care of your parent, and to address the different concerns that you have. There are a lot of ways you can report the information to your lawyer accurately, and things that your lawyer will want to know.

4 January 2017