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It’s ironic that even though the Social Security Disability Law was created to make lives easier for the disabled, the bureaucratic red tape makes the application really difficult. While it’s simple enough to apply for benefits, you have to go through several application procedures before the state offers you payments based on your disability. Given...
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Tactics Used By Insurance Companies
Insurance company adjusters are trained to negotiate a claim and exploit every inconsistency in the case.
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Many veterans and soldiers from the U.S. army have sought legal counsel to sue 3M in the wake of their faulty earplugs.
Product liability suits are fairly commonplace, but sometimes these cases get bigger than expected, especially in situations where faults and defects are not disclosed. This is what happened in the case of 3M’s faulty earplugs that cost dozens, if not hundreds, of soldiers and veterans their sense of hearing. These earplugs were termed “dangerously defective,”...
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A criminal case can have lasting effects for the rest of your life, and this is why it’s important to hire a good criminal defense lawyer.
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A newly bought product that can be subjected to a breach of warranty if it is defective or unfit for use
Individuals have the right to file a product liability claim if they get injured because of the use of a product. The plaintiff can demand and recover damages as compensation for the injury caused by the appropriate use of a product as specified by the manufacturer. Various circumstances govern such a product liability case; most...
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The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program exists to pay disabled individuals if they have limited income and resources. The plan pays you and your families if you’ve worked long enough, have worked long enough, and meet the required medical criteria. The application process is online. Once the claimant submits their application along with the required documents,...
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With over 36 million Americans getting admitted to a hospital every year, it’s no secret that we place a lot of trust in healthcare practitioners. And although all hospitals are required to follow CDC compliant guidelines to keep patients safe, quite a few fall short of these standards. With medical errors being ranked the third leading cause of...
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Rear-End Collisions — Common Injuries and Damages
Millions of crashes occur on highways and expressways in the United States Each year. Rear-end collisions are the most frequently occurring type of crash, accounting for an estimated 29% of all car accidents. Rear-end collisions are responsible for over 900,000 injuries and an estimated 2,000 deaths each year. Causes of Rear-End Accidents Each car accident...
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Symptoms of Military-Related Hearing Damage (And What To Do About Them)
In early 2019, veterans from all over the country started filing lawsuits against the manufacturing giant 3M. The reason? Defective earplugs that were designed to protect service members from loud noises during combat. The 3M Dual-Ended Combat Arms Earplugs (CAEv2) were issued to U.S. military members who were deployed in various combat zones between 2003 and...
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Construction Zone Car Accidents — Who Is Responsible?
A routine drive can abruptly turn into a hazardous situation when you come upon a construction zone. Expressways, highways, and major traffic areas regularly undergo construction for either repairs or upgrades. Due to the addition of construction cones, construction material and machinery, traffic congestion, and other hurdles on the road caused by the construction, the...
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