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  • What is Negligence?

    Negligence is defined as, “the failure to exercise a reasonable standard of care that puts another person at risk”. Negligence is a foundational part of most personal injury cases because oftentimes the injury resulted from another’s negligence. Negligence can occur in cases involving car accidents, injuries caused in a place of business, workplace injury, and more. Negligence cases involve four ...
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  • How Do Police Get Away with Illegal Drug Searches?

    Police get away with illegal searches for drugs, weapons, and other contraband when the accused fails to challenge the legality of the search. If no one challenges a search, the judge assumes it was done legally. Consent Must Be Valid The United States Constitution provides us with the right to deny law enforcement consent to search our persons, homes, cars, or other property. Sometimes police ask ...
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  • Search Warrant Execution: When Your Business Is the Target of a Criminal Investigation

    Search Warrant Execution: When Your Business Is the Target of a Criminal Investigation Businesses have been more frequently become targets of criminal investigations over the past couple of decades. The term “overcriminalization” is often used when discussing how the federal government goes after businesses and their employees for alleged regulatory violations. When the federal government raids ...
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  • Should I Accept the Insurance Company's Settlement Offer?

    Insurance companies are interested in maximizing their own profits rather than maximizing payouts to injury victims. Many insurance companies operate under the strategy of, “ Delay and Deny ”, in the hopes of waiting out the claims process to push the injured person to accept a lower settlement. The insurance company usually does not want to pay out a massive settlement in every case. If they did, ...
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