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Structured Settlements and Re-Factored Annuities – Too Risky?

31st October 2012
In an earlier post, we talked about the primary and secondary structured settlement markets and how they work. Now, let’s explore an emerging trend in the structured settlement industry. There’s a new use for structured settlements from the secondary m... Read >
Author: strategiccapital

Ft. Lauderdale Medical Malpractice: Finding A Good Medical Malpractice Lawyer

26th September 2011
Medical malpractice is the third leading cause of death in America, killing 100,000 people every year. From 1996 through 1999, Florida hospitals reported 19,885 incidents but only 3,177 medical malpractice claims. In other words, for every 6 medical er... Read >
Author: LawlorWinston

Andrew Bickerton and BDO BVI facing Fallout from Fraud

03rd March 2011
Andrew Bickerton of BDO BVI is facing fallout from his fraudulent activities during his reign as Receiver in a recent Nevis Court matter. Mr. Bickerton ignored a stay granted by the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, instead authoring fraudulent documents a... Read >
Author: Olivia Clark

Some English Cases on Negligence

18th February 2011
In King v. Phillips, [(1953) 1 QB 429], a taxi driver backed his taxi negligently and without looking behind ran into a child who was on a tricycle behind the taxi, slightly injuring him. The child’s mother, who was in her house seventy or eighty yard... Read >
Author: Mutex Robb

Motion To Dismiss Credit Card Lawsuit

10th February 2011
A motion to dismiss can be a great tool but is not your best tool in a collection case. Many people have discovered that the banks have been suing people for years with the same complaint forms under the same banking system of rules and procedures. In fac... Read >
Author: Allan Henry

Insurance Claims - Building & Real Property - Part I

03rd October 2010
Where a building has been damaged so that a partial loss has been suffered by the insured, then his loss is prima facie the cost of restoring the property to its condition immediately preceding the loss, so that it can be used for whatever purpose the ins... Read >
Author: tan2sie6

LIQUIDATOR’S CAPACITY TO SUE

03rd August 2010
PARK & ANOR V. LANRAY INDUSTRIES PTY LTD & ORS [2010] QSC 82 QUICK FACTS The plaintiffs who were the liquidators of the company in liquidation brought an action in their own name rather than as "the liquidators for the company" against the defenda... Read >
Author: Kyle

Answering a Foreclosure Summons and Complaint Without having Hiring a Lawyer

06th July 2010
If you have been served with a summons and issue for property foreclosure, it is crucial that you file and serve an response within just the time time period necessary by the law of your think. Typically, the time time period for filing and serving your f... Read >
Author: Humberto Hayes

Lawsuit Funding, Settlement Loans, and Lawsuit Loans: How Do You Get Them Funded?

15th June 2010
How wonderful! I've been informed that my case qualifies for lawsuit funding. How does that help me? More significantly, how many of those cases that "qualify" are actually successful in obtaining the settlement loans they seek? Just what does make the di... Read >
Author: drrhudy

12 Interesting Facts About Divorce Around the World

02nd July 2009
* In ancient Athens, divorce was freely permitted. However, the person seeking divorce has to submit their request to a magistrate who then decided whether the reasons for the request were sufficient.* Malta does not permit divorce under the law of the co... Read >
Author: mgordon

How to Get Personal Injury Medical, Surgery and Hospital Financing?

16th March 2009
Non-Recourse Personal Injury Medical, Surgery Care and Hospital Financing Most of the personal injury (including auto accidents) lawsuit plaintiffs, do not realize that they can qualify for easy non'recourse Personal Injury Medical, Surgical and Hospit... Read >
Author: Paul Sherman

Clawback Agreements In Commercial Litigation: Can You Unring A Bell?

03rd March 2009
Imagine this scenario: Woe Mart, Inc. - a multibillion dollar corporation with hundreds of employees and offices all over the country - has been embroiled in several commercial disputes with its suppliers. Woe Mart's General Counsel and his team have been... Read >
Author: Ashish Joshi

How Workplace Harassment Lawsuit Plaintiffs Can Get A Lawsuit Cash Loan?

13th February 2009
No-Risk Lawsuit Funding for Employment Discrimination Lawsuit Plaintiffs. Employment discrimination lawsuit cash loan or settlement advance funding is a non-recourse cash loan provided to a plaintiff involved in an employment discrimination or workplac... Read >
Author: Paul Sherman

Secrets Kept From Juries In Personal Injury Cases (Civil Cases)

19th January 2008
Many are more than a little surprised to learn about certain facts and procedures that occur in our legal system which are very common in personal injury claims. One surprising fact is how much information is hidden from the jury. Specifically information... Read >
Author: Christopher M Davis, Attorney At Law

18 Guidelines To Get Lawsuit Loan – Lawsuit Funding

18th April 2007
Lawsuit funding or legal finance is a non- recourse lawsuit loan or lawsuit cash advance. It carries no risk because plaintiffs owe nothing if they lose the case. Lawsuit pre-settlement funding programs provide them with immediate cash to give them and th... Read >
Author: Paul Sherman
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