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When people are injured on the job, it doesn’t always immediately occur to them at the time the variety of individuals that could be held liable. The one chief concern that typically occupies your mind is getting treatment. Instantly, people begin to think of workers’ compensation as a recourse. However, there are times when not […]

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Every day people are injured on the job. And few often know their legal rights when that happens. In addition to the right to file a workers compensation claim, employees injured on the job often have other legal options available to them to get the compensation they need to address their injuries, time away from […]

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In many cases, when a dog bite attack occurs, the dog’s owner is likely held responsible. But it is not always the case. It is always important to get the circumstances of the incident documented to establish the facts of the case. Establishing the facts surrounding the incident, however, is not always top of mind […]

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In every state there are laws governing the length of time a claimant has to file a personal injury case. The “Statute of Limitations,” as it is called, essentially puts a time limit on your personal injury law suit. In some cases, depending upon the kind of claim in question, time limits on filing a […]

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In certain car accident cases, some drivers are considered at-fault 99% of the time. These cases are often called "no doubt" liability cases. Two such instances that fall into this category are: rear end collisions and left-turn accidents. Illinois Rules of the Road are largely responsible for the "no-doubt" designation in these cases. And as […]

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