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What You Should Know About a Brokerage Agreement for the Lease of Commercial Space

A landlord and a broker typically enter into a brokerage agreement in connection with the leasing of commercial space. The best way to protect your interests is to consult an experienced real estate attorney before signing such an agreement.

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How the IRS Treats Personal Injury Awards

You've reached the end of your personal injury lawsuit and finally have the award you deserve. Court costs, attorney's fees, medical costs, and other expenses will need to be paid. But what about the IRS?

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What You Should Know Before You Sign a Co-Working Space Agreement

Co-working is a popular, flexible work style for sharing a workspace and reducing overhead costs for the users. Users can choose an unassigned seat at a desk or a more formal private office setting. Co-working is on the rise in many industries but special care and concern should be noted for professions such as law that require confidentiality.

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How to Prove Mental and Emotional Distress After an Automobile Accident

Car accident victims often suffer more than just physical injuries. The effects of mental and emotional distress can compound trauma long after the injuries have healed.

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Why You Should Consult a Personal Injury Lawyer Before Agreeing to a Settlement

A car accident can cause major disruption to your life. Not only do you want your injuries to heal, you just want things to get back to normal. Insurance companies know this, so they act quickly to make a settlement offer.

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Why Does a Tenant Need to List "Additional Insureds" on its Insurance Policy for Leased Property?

When a landlord and tenant enter into a commercial lease for a retail store or office space, the lease will likely contain a long insurance provision as well as an indemnity provision. An indemnity is a promise whereby one party promises to indemnify (or compensate) the other against some anticipated loss.

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What Does Joint & Several Liability Mean?

Joint and several liability is a concept applicable in many areas of law, including contract, debtor/creditor, partnership, insurance/indemnity law, real estate and personal injury law.

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Why Landlords Want Tenants to Obtain Renter's Insurance

Residential landlords will often include a provision in the lease requiring the tenant to carry renter’s insurance. Landlords do not want be sued by tenants for damage to their possessions and want tenants to look to their own coverage.

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Why You Should Give Your Spouse Power Of Attorney

Married couples will often have legal estate documents prepared together. Such documents may include a will, leaving all property to the surviving spouse and/or the couple’s children, and a heath care proxy (sometimes known as a living will) to direct the spouse how to handle medical issues if one spouse becomes incapacitated.

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Children and School Injuries: What are Your Legal Rights?

Roughly 10 to 25 percent of accidental injuries for children occur while they are at school. An estimated 2.2 million students will suffer an injury at school each year throughout the country.

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