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If You’re Injured In A Slip And Fall

If You’re Injured In A Slip And Fall

If you are injured in a slip and fall or trip and fall inside a store, business, or somebody else’s property, it is important to document and preserve the condition that caused you to fall. As the injured person, you will have the burden of proving what caused you to fall.

Slip and Fall InjuryMost businesses instruct their employees that in the event a customer is fall and is injured in their store or on their property, to clean up any spills or other foreign objects that are on the floor as quickly as possible.

In cases involving uneven walking surfaces, cracked sidewalks, and/or unprotected holes in the floor, many businesses will have the defect repaired immediately. Part of the reason for this is that it makes it harder for the injured person to prove what caused them to fall.

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Auto Accidents and State Requirements

Auto Accidents and State Requirements

Auto AccidentsCar or auto accidents are common causes of personal injuries which may potentially lead to lawsuits or claims for pain, suffering and loss.

There are various fundamental things to learn about auto accidents especially since each state has different legislation applied.

In its basically important to understand that in suing an automobile driver on grounds of personal and physical injuries, you need to prove negligence.

In most states, lost wages as well as medical costs require payment regardless if the accident is due to negligence of the other party.

According to the law, all drivers are obliged to safely operate their automobiles or vehicles at all times. This is a legal duty of the auto driver.

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Umbrella Insurance… With UM/UIM… What Is It? Do I Need It?

Umbrella Insurance?  What is it?

In the simplest of terms, “you don’t have to be a millionaire to be sued like one.”Contrary to popular belief umbrella policies are not just for the wealthy. Like an umbrella that protects you from the rain, an “excess liability policy,” commonly known as an umbrella policy provides an extra layer of insurance for coverage over your standard liability policies for covered claims.

An umbrella can protect your existing personal assets, your earnings and future earnings. If you were to lose a lawsuit, in excess of your auto and home liability limits, you would likely have to pay the winning party for pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost wages, etc. Even if you have no assets your wages can be garnished.

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