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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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Common Injuries in Rear-End Collisions

Rear end collisions are extremely common, often resulting in serious injuries. In fact, the National Transportation Safety Board reports that there are roughly 1.7 million rear-end collisions in the United States every year.

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Dealing with an Uninsured Driver After a Car Accident

Car insurance is not only beneficial, it is also legally required in every state in the U.S. However, t some drivers fail to obtain insurance coverage or are underinsured, which poses unique challenges.

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Hurricane Insurance and Why You Need It

Hurricanes are the mightiest natural events on Earth. In size, they can exceed the entire state of Texas. In energy, they contain hundreds of times more energy than even the largest tornado. Unfortunately, these natural events readily turn into natural disasters.

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The Value of a Police Report After an Accident

You’re driving along on a nice sunny day enjoying the radio on your way to work when suddenly you hear the loud screeching noise of tires sliding on pavement. Without time to react, you brace for impact as you realize you’re about to be hit.

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The Effect of Traffic Tickets on Car Accident Cases

It’s Tuesday afternoon and you’re driving home from work. Remembering that you need to pick up some groceries on your way home, you decide to take a detour to stop at the grocery store. In doing so, you leave the highway and enter suburban streets.

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Who Is Liable for Fire-Related Accidents in Your Kitchen?

Your friends are over and a few are helping you prepare dinner for your annual Sunday Roast. Suddenly, your friend yells out that the oven is on fire. Startled, you see a large flame glowing through the glass door and you rush to turn the oven off.

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What to do if you are Injured at an Airbnb

Airbnb, the home-sharing service for people seeking commercial lodging, now boasts millions of listings worldwide. With that expansion has come questions of who is responsible in the event of an injury.

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Deciding Whether to Try Your Case to a Judge or Jury

When bringing a personal injury case against someone, you typically prove the four elements of negligence:

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