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Importance of Mitigation of Wage Loss

21st July 2009
Just because an employee is wrongfully terminated, it doesn't mean that he or she should focus all his/her attention on pursuing the employment case against his or her former employer. An employee is required to perform mitigation of wage loss as well.... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Discovery and Trial in Auto Accident Case Litigation

17th June 2009
Depending on the complexity of the case, the discovery phase can take many months or sometimes years. One of the first issues that will arise in the process will be what is called "discovery". Discovery is when the opposing side of are required to reveal ... Read >
Author: The Schafer Law Office

Crimes Committed while sleepwalking

10th June 2009
If you commit a crime while asleep should you be prosecuted just like anyone else would, or does the fact that you were asleep mean you have no responsibilities for your actions? There are numerous occasions when someone has committed a crime while claimi... Read >
Author: amnorge

Determining Negligence

04th June 2009
Negligence is commonly defined as the failure to exercise due prudence and care that a reasonable person would exercise, under circumstances, to prevent injury to another and/or cause damage to another's property. Los Angeles is a smorgasbord of genera... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

400,000 Compensation Claim for Cut Finger Case Reveals Effect of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

09th April 2009
Newspapers and websites have been heavily publicizing the case of a mechanic who received £400,000 after injuring his hand on a knife left in a police vehicle. The man, Alexander Darg, developed Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in the seven yea... Read >
Author: Neil Worrall - Camps Solicitors

Types of Damages Awarded in Personal Injury Lawsuits - Legal Info

02nd April 2009
When you or a loved one has been injured and you are considering filing a claim for personal injuries you may wonder what type of damages you could be awarded. Damages in a personal injury lawsuit include economic losses. This would comprise of lost earni... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Judgment Recovery and Statute of Limitations for Judgment Recovery

31st March 2009
The Judgment recovery statue of limitations regards the amount of time given for judgment recovery professional or judgment recovery specialist for judgment recovery after a judgment has been awarded. Statue of Limitations for judgment recovery - is an ac... Read >
Author: David

The Civil Litigation Process in Texas

10th March 2009
The Civil Litigation Process in Texas These days, more and more people and businesses are facing civil lawsuits over real estate and business transactions. What should you do if served with legal papers? What will happen while the case is prepared for ... Read >
Author: Michael Fleming

DIVORCE VIRGINIA

20th February 2009
Getting a divorce Virginia style can be a complex thing to understand. According to the state of Virginia Code - Title 8 - Sections: 8.01-261, "In suits for annulment, affirmance, or divorce, the county or city in which the parties last cohabited, or at t... Read >
Author: setra401

Filing Personal Injury Claims against the Federal Government

24th January 2009
There are many different personal injury cases. Some are simple; others are complicated. One such complex case often involve those with the government. Any individual who sustains injuries as a result of an accident caused by the government's negligenc... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Using Produce the Note to Defend Foreclosure and Beat the Bank

14th January 2009
What is "produce the note"? Why is everyone talking about it? Does it apply to me? How can it help to save my home from foreclosure? All these questions will be addressed in this article. What It Is: Produce the note is a defensive strategy that you ca... Read >
Author: Michael Patrick Rooney, Esq., Broker

False Accusations in Relationship and Date Rape Cases

15th December 2008
Forcible rape and attempted forcible rape between people who know each other make up a sizeable percentage of the false accusations in the criminal justice system. The cry of rape or abuse is a familiar cry when a relationship goes sour or when a woman ... Read >
Author: Manny Z

The United States Constitution 8th amendment guarantees the right to reasonable bail. The California

29th November 2008
The United States Constitution 8th amendment guarantees the right to reasonable bail. The California Constitution, Article 1 Section 12 also guarantees this right and further allows the Court to release defendants on their Own Recognizance. No matter t... Read >
Author: absolutebailbonds

Basics in Civil Litigation

02nd October 2008
Litigation is concerned with a case filed in court by a plaintiff who is searching for a legal remedy to a dispute or question between him/her and the defendant. Persons Involved in Litigation There are two parties in litigation. The two parties ar... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Unlawful Acts under the California Unfair Competition Law

21st August 2008
Unfair competition refers to illegal commercial activity ranging from trademark infringement to false advertising. As any other state, California has formulated its own law, the California Unfair Competition Law to protect the business sector and its c... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group
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