A wrongful death lawsuit has recently been filed resulting from a fatal 2013 crash in Minnesota. The victim was driving on Interstate 35 in North Branch when he swerved to avoid hitting a deer in his lane, according to the Minnesota State Police. His vehicle rolled several times, and the man was ejected. He was lying... 
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Rachel Melancon’s baby died four days after delivery. The death was allegedly due to medical negligence. Plaintiff Melancon’s baby was born in December 2013. Four days later the newborn, named Olivia, died, ostensibly as a result of the doctor’s delay and the use of forceps when the baby was in distress. According... 
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We’ve all heard that old saying, “You get what you pay for.” The moral of that homily is never more graphic when it comes to buying a cheap tool to build a project. It breaks down or just does not work the way you wanted it to work and you end up having to go get a good, reliable tool that gives you the results... 
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About 54 million Americans, or 1 in every 5 people, report having a disability. Most Americans will experience a disability at some point, and for many, the disability will occur very suddenly and unexpectedly.  It could happen to anyone, at any time.  As special needs attorneys, we aim to give individuals with disabilities... 
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Earlier this month, two sisters were hit in a crosswalk as they approached the entrance of a Wal-Mart. Witnesses said the driver of a Ford Explorer was driving excessively fast, talking on his cellphone and looking into the store while driving along the building’s entrance. One of the women was pinned underneath... 
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When a construction accident occurs on a job site, all attention is understandably on the injured worker. It’s only after the fact that those involved start to think about the condition of the site, the equipment or other third parties that may have caused the injury. It’s at this point that building owners,... 
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Are you involved in a wrongful death lawsuit or waiting for an expected settlement award? Do you need short term cash to pay your present-day bills or living expenses? Call Litigation Funding Corporation. We may be able to help you leverage your expected settlement with a lawsuit cash advance. A Texas woman is seeking... 
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On October 24, 2016, the Department of Homeland Security announced new filing fees which USCIS will be charging for immigration benefits.  The new fees become effective on December 23, 2016. USCIS calculates the increases to be a weighted average of 21 percent.  Federal law requires DHS to review its fee structure... 
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In the majority of successful medical malpractice lawsuits, the bulk of damages awarded will be compensatory. That means they are intended to compensate the patient for the losses they have incurred, such as pain and suffering, medical bills, lost wages and more. The intention is to “make whole” the patient... 
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If you are involved in a lawsuit or legal claim, it may take months or even years to receive the highest possible settlement. Meanwhile, medical bills, legal fees, and other daily expenses continue to pile up, leaving you feeling helpless in the face of mounting financial burdens. When your ability to work is affected,... 
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