Professional Liability


What’s The Difference Between A Pardon And A Commuted Sentence?

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Although appealing a criminal case is the most common way people convicted of crimes attempt to have those court decisions overturned, there are other avenues a person can pursue that may also offer a chance a freedom. Specifically, you can apply for a pardon or a commuted sentence. Though these two legal concepts achieve the same goal, they are not the same thing. Here’s the difference and what you need to do to pursue either option. Pardon vs. Commuted Sentence Pardons and commuted sentences are both conferred by government officials....

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Two Of The Most Common Myths About Workers Compensation That Small Business Owners Need To Know

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If you’re a small business owner, you know that it can be tough to manage all the legalities that go into running your business. When it comes to insurance for your employees, things can be even tougher to figure out. Most business owners are basically familiar with what workers compensation is, but they don’t understand it fully. In fact, many small business owners choose to do without workers compensation insurance entirely. Because of that, there are a lot of myths that surround this area. Here’s a look at some of the...

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Pushing For Support From Veterans Affairs Claims

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Navigating the Department of Veterans Affairs’ compensation system can be difficult, and it may be even harder when dealing with head pain. Whether you’re the victim of traumatic injury or suffering an unknown pain source, you need to get some sort of compensation or assistance before the problem gets worse. As you plan your claim, take the time to understand a few Veterans Affairs (VA) claim system characteristics to make your claim as successful as possible. What Is Veterans Affairs Compensation? In order to support veterans who...

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How To Sue Your Doctor For Misdiagnosis

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Medical misdiagnosis accounts for 15% of patient suffering according to the Journal of the American Medical Association. A wrongful diagnosis can cause needless suffering and death of a patient. However, a misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis is not always a case of medical malpractice. Here are some tips on how to prove wrongful diagnosis: Determine If the Doctor Made a Diagnostic Mistake In order to file a claim, you must determine if the doctor was negligent and made a diagnostic mistake. Even skilled doctors can make mistakes diagnosing...

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Considering Mediation For Your Divorce? 5 Signs That It Might Not Be Right For You

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If you’re trying to maintain control of expenses during a divorce, you may be considering mediation. In the best of circumstances, mediation can keep legal expenses down, reduce the amount of time spent in negotiations, and eliminate the need for a drawn out court battle. However, there are times when mediation is not recommended. Take a look at the list below. If any of the situations apply to you, mediation might not be in your best interest. Abusive Relationship If you’ve been the victim of abuse during your marriage, mediation...

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You Still Have A Case: Understanding Partial Fault In Car Accidents

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A car accident isn’t always simply one person’s fault or another. Sometimes, blame and liability for the accident can exist between all parties involved. The main problem with partial fault is it can create a legal tangle. It can also prevent you from receiving the compensation you need for injuries and damages. All or Nothing It’s easy to believe personal injury lawsuits are “all or nothing” endeavors, but that’s inaccurate. Even if you have partial liability in a car accident, it doesn’t mean you...

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How To Protect Your Business Legally As It Grows

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Owning a business can carry its own host of issues, which is why it is important to take advantage of the legal matters that come with the territory. This can be a bit of a culture shock if you are not used to handling such matters on your own. Thankfully, there are a number of business law firms that will be glad to take on these issues for you. When you want to take advantage of business matters that you will come across, follow these guidelines for assistance: #1: Secure The Proper Insurance To Protect Against Liability When you want to be...

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What To Expect From Your DUI Attorney

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States mandate strict driving under the influence laws. If drive while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you’re committing a traffic violation. This violation can lead to other criminal charges. If you’re facing a DUI charge, you’ll need an attorney experienced with DUI and other traffic citations. Initial Meeting With Your Lawyer Prepare for your consultation with your attorney by gathering documentation related to your case. This includes police reports, the results of tests you took and witness statements....

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Know Your Rights: DWI

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It’s safe to say that you know it is dangerous to drive while intoxicated; however, you should also know your rights when you are pulled over because the law does not always work in your favor. Here is a list of do’s and don’ts when a cop pulls a traffic stop on you in your vehicle. 1. Pulling Over Ensure that you use your turn signal when pulling over, and make sure you choose a busy section of the highway. If you are in the middle of a deserted area and feel unsafe, you have the right to call 911, give them your location,...

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Suing Someone For A Personal Injury When You’ve Been Previously Hurt

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Can you sue someone for a personal injury if you’ve already had a previous injury to that part of your body? The simple answer: yes, you can sue. Your attorney will have to deal with some special issues as your case proceeds, but having a preexisting injury does not prevent you from seeking damages due to a new personal injury. What Issues Will My Attorney Need To Address? Essentially, what will happen is that the defendant’s attorney will try to use your previous injury or disability to his or her advantage during the case. Your...

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