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How to be a Good Samaritan and not get Sued

Most states have some version of a Good Samaritan laws. The underlying idea behind these laws is to protect people who render aid in emergency situations.  If the helper uses reasonable care and the person in need doesn’t object, then the theory goes that the Good Samaritan should be protected from liability.

Yet, every so often […]

Personal Injury: Tips to Successful Case

Please find the following tips for a successful personal injury case.

  1. Make sure your vehicle is in prime working condition.  Get a diagnostic every six months and keep a copy of the mechanic’s report in your vehicle.
  2. Don’t wait for the other party to file a police report.  You should get a record of the accident […]

Car Recalls and Personal Injury Lawsuits

March saw car recalls from Ford and Subaru.  Recalls present an interesting dynamic regarding personal injury lawsuits.  The defects could reduce either individual’s potential liability or remove it all together.

Take the reason for the Ford recall as an example. Ford recalled 230,000 minivans from cold-weather states to fix a rust problem that could cause third-row […]

But, sir, I require the Assistance of my Badger (ferret).

The AZ House, on a vocal vote, agreed to narrow the definition of “service animal” to only cover service dogs and miniature horses.

If the law were to gain Senate approval, all other service animals would become illegal under the law.

The American with Disabilities Act requires that public places must accommodate for service animals and individuals […]

The Discovery Process

The American legal system has processes and procedures that are to be followed in the course of a lawsuit. This includes a personal injury lawsuit. Since the late 1940’s the federal court system has required disclosure of all relevant facts and documents to the other side prior to a trial so there are no surprises, […]

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