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Time Limits for Product Liability C...

Product liability cases can be highly complex. Because you are claiming that the product was defective in some way, you may be looking at several possible defendants including the manufacturer, distributor, packager, retailer, repair...

Advantages of Filing Chapter 13 Ban...

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy law, also called Debt Adjustment or Repayment Plan and Wage-earner’s Plan, allows debtors to design a three-year (extended to five years with the court’s permission) payment proposal through which they may...

Whiplash: A Car Accident Injury

Car accidents register the highest number of deaths and injuries in the US annually with reckless driving as the most common reason. Reckless driving, which is a major road-traffic violation, involves complete disregard of road safety...

Lawsuit Accuses U.S. of Deceiving U...

A lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in Los Angeles accuses the United States government and officials from the Department of Homeland Security of tricking unauthorized immigrants into self-deportation through...

Woman Files Lawsuit after Being Mis...

A New Jersey woman has filed a lawsuit against a Miami hotel after she was mistaken for a prostitute while on its premises. The suit says that she was beaten up in January in the lobby of the South Beach W Hotel by a group of women she...

The Importance of Checking Your Tir...

Broadly simplified, a car’s tires are nothing more than hollow hunks of rubber filled up with air. It’s important to note, however, that the amount of air confined within these rubber hunks can make a drastic difference in...

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Claims

Debt can be a very difficult thing to handle. Incessant calls from debt collectors, living from paycheck to paycheck, worrying about how to make your next payment even as the bills never seem to get any smaller – all of these issues...

Defective Seat Belts and the Severe...

Though it is true that driver error is the number one cause of car accidents in the US, which totals to more than five million yearly, there are still instances when road mishaps can be attributed to factors that lie beyond any driver’s...

Field Sobriety Tests for Drunk Driv...

Field sobriety tests (FSTs) are normally conducted when a police officer suspects a driver of driving under the influence of alcohol during a routine stop. A police officer may also stop a driver for probable cause such as: Excessively...

Different Forms of Driver Error: Si...

An average of 590 car accidents every hour is recorded in the US, totaling to a little more than five million within a year. The results of these accidents range from a simple fender-bender to serious, permanent injuries or death. Their...