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August 2, 2017

What laws regulate amusement parks in Florida?

Florida is definitely a key destination for thrill seekers and amusement park junkies. The tourism wing of the state is not bashful about promoting these parks. They know that they bring in money and tax dollars to the state. While these parks are usually all fun and enjoyable for people of…

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August 2, 2017

Misc Injury Issues You Must Know About

Immediately proceeding an auto accident many seek justice. They want to petition the court to receive some type of compensation for their injuries along with their pain and suffering. The courts will hear these cases and award judgements if it does appear that the person who brings the case forward…

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August 2, 2017

My relative died, do I have a claim for personal injury?

When a relative dies because of the actions of others, you might wonder if there’s any way to hold the responsible person accountable. When someone dies because another person acts in a negligent or intentional way, it’s called a wrongful death. The deceased person’s estate may bring a case on…

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August 2, 2017

How long does one have to initiate an auto accident lawsuit?

If you have been involved in a car accident, you have a limited period of time in which you can file a personal injury lawsuit. Your NYC personal injury attorney will be able to tell you more about any applicable statutes of limitations as well as how to go about…

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August 2, 2017

What determines who is at fault in a car, truck, motorcycle, or bicycle accident?

Fault is a critical element involved in any type of vehicle accident. It is what determines who pays for the results of an accident. It is therefore rather important to know who determines who is at fault in a car, truck, motorcycle, or bicycle accident. Determining Fault At The Scene…

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