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Slip And Fall: When Is Your Landlord Liable?

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Even if you are a cautious soul, accidents happen. Maybe you tripped over a piece of frayed carpet or, worse, took a tumble down the stairs when the handrail broke. If you are injured during a fall in your rented apartment or home, when is your landlord liable?  Common Falls Stairs are the location of many accidents. If the center part of the steps is worn down, you can easily slip whether the surface is wood or carpet.…

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Your DUI And Fetal Loss: How The Courts May Perceive It

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When you drive drunk and hit a car that carries a pregnant woman, you are already in a lot of legal trouble. However, when that woman loses her baby due to the trauma of the accident, can she sue you? How does it become a criminal offense on the same level as murder? These are all legal questions which the courts would view in the following ways, and which your DUI attorney can help resolve for you.…

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Standing Up To Criminal Charges - Preparing For Your Day In Court

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If you have been charged with a crime that will be brought to court, getting ready for this should be a priority. It is important that you take your situation seriously and work with your criminal defense attorney so that they can represent you as best as they can. Here are four things that you should be sure to do to prepare for your upcoming court case. 1. Act the Part…

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