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Whiplash is one of the most common injuries sustained in a car accident, especially when a driver is hit from behind.
There are a great number of variables that determine how long it will take for your case to be over. Here is an in-depth analysis of many of them.
Most insurance companies will require an "independent" medical examination if you file a claim. What is it and why is it important to a personal injury case?
How can a person feel safe and secure revealing sensitive information while immersed in a legal matter? It's called attorney-client confidentiality and that privilege dates back to the Roman Empire.
To sue or not to sue, that is the question. In fact, it's the very question millions of Americans ponder each year. Here we discuss the things to consider when looking at suing someone.
If you have been hurt in an accident that was not your fault, you should receive proper compensation. However, determining how much that compensation should be is not always an easy calculation. Whether you have been involved in a car accident, slip and fall, motorcycle accident or any other kind of accident, answering the question “How much should I get for my injury?” will require some analysis.
In both Las Vegas and Henderson, it is unlawful for a door-to-door salesperson to attempt to sell you something if you’ve posted a No Soliciting sign.
You’re a new homeowner. You wear yourself out initialing multiple times per page on the never-ending sale agreement then proudly sign at the end and accept the keys to your new house. You’ve just gone into the biggest debt of your life, but couldn’t be more thrilled.
If you ever gamble, you may not realize that you are entering into acontract with the casino or other gaming enterprise you’re gambling with (the “house,” so to speak). When you purchase casino chips, for example, the casino is offering to allow you to use them in games of chance and exchange them for cash at an established rate. In exchange, you are promising to pay them for the chips, and if you lose them at a game of chance, allow them to keep the chips.
Hi, my name is Zach Parry, an attorney with Pickard Parry Pfau, and I’m going to be answering the question, “What happens if your attorney dies?” Hopefully you haven’t googled this after your attorney died, and I happen to be your attorney. But, regardless of who your attorney is, there a few things you should know.