Who Can Bring A Wrongful Death Lawsuit? What To Know

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When someone is killed by the acts or negligence of another party, justice may demand that someone bring a wrongful death lawsuit. But not just anyone can start a wrongful death case. Who qualifies to do so? And what less-common situations should you keep in mind when deciding about yours?  Here’s what you need to know. 1. Immediate Family  One of the most common parties to file a wrongful death case is an immediate family member.…

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Why You Need A Divorce Attorney's Assistance If You're Served With Separation Papers

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Depending on the situation, people may react differently when served with divorce papers. Some may not be surprised because they had seen it coming, while others may be entirely shocked. Whether they catch you unawares or find you prepared, you should prepare for the next steps. These processes can be daunting, and you can be overwhelmed if you don’t have a legal professional by your side. A divorce attorney can protect your interests and assist you in navigating the legal procedures to enable you to focus on getting a fresh start.…

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Too Important To Ignore: Your Medical Treatment After An Accident

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It can be difficult to imagine, but some accident victims don’t seek medical treatment after an accident. Some of them refuse treatment because they are unaware of how important it can be. To find out more, read below.  Why is Medical Treatment Important? Some accident victims are hurt but are in shock and fail to realize the extent of their injuries. This, unfortunately, often leads their injuries to worsen. Other victims wrongly believe that they cannot afford to go to the hospital and be treated.…

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