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How Pregnancy Affects Handling of Personal Injury Cases

Not every researcher in Canada studies the results of several laboratory experiments. One group of Canadian researchers has taken the time to look at how pregnancy affects chances for the future mother’s involvement in an accident. That same group found that the risk that a pregnant woman might be present at an accident increases whenever such a female has entered her 2nd trimester. …

Do All Personal Injury Claims Go For Trial?

Real life isn’t like television where every lawsuit has a day in court. Most people have heard about how some lawsuits go to trial and some don’t. Since this is the way life sometimes goes, perhaps you’re wondering about how likely it will be that your case will go to trial. Settlements are more likely than trials. They tend to be less expensive and offer a quicker resolution so settlements are often more desirable than weeks, months or years in court fighting or defending a lawsuit. However, not all cases are suitable for settlement. The more complicated the lawsuit the higher the likelihood that the case will go to trial.…

Is Handling Medical Malpractice Case Complex?

The more people become educated about their rights, the more likely they’re to defend those rights. This is why the number of medical malpractice lawsuits and cases are becoming more common. The public is becoming more educated about what they should be able to reasonably expect from their health care practitioner and when that practitioner hasn’t done their job and become negligent.…

Ways To Prove Wrongful Death

The truth is that wrongful death is amongst the worst cases of personal injury law out there. With this said, though, if the death of a person is caused by the negligent behavior or actions of another party, the surviving family members, as specified by the Fatal Accidents Act of Alberta, are capable of bringing forth a civil lawsuit. …

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