Daily Archives April 5, 2015

Winning Tactics For Choosing A No Win No Fee Solic

Winning Tactics For Choosing A No Win No Fee Solicitor

by: Mohammad Latif

Every year, millions of people are injured or have accidents. Its human nature! One human injuring another by various means due to negligence! Within cars, on the streets, in the shopping mall, possibly anywhere and everywhere! And the first thing they do is look for a no win no fee solicitor.
Fortunately there is a huge number to choose from, but choosing the right one the first time round is a problem or should I say becomes a problem.
Fair enough, a solicitor has to do the job otherwise he doesn’t get paid and so don’t you.
So how many solicitor firms do you think there are?
Hundreds if not thousands…
Okay now let me rephrase the question, how many ‘quality’ solicitors are there?
… … ??
Exactly, now that’s where t...

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I’ve Been Charged. What Can I Do To Help Myself?

I’ve Been Charged. What Can I Do To Help Myself?

by: Tushar K. Pain

Why me? How could I let this happen? If I could only go back and undo what I did. It is only natural to engage in this thought process when you’ve been charged with a criminal offence. Such sentiments may be echoing repeatedly in your mind. You may even feel that you cannot stop them. However, you must in order to help yourself.
Begin by recognizing that this thought process creates feelings of helplessness and is disempowering. If you are reading this, then you are likely seeking to understand your predicament and trying to gain some measure of control over the situation. This is a major step in the right direction.
Gaining control over your emotions and thought process is essential...

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Is It Necessary To Go To Court?

Is It Necessary To Go To Court?

by: Maui Reyes

In the United States, personal injury claims are given a statute limitation of two (2) years before the claim is outlawed. Within this period, one must obtain a lawyer and file a case before going to trial in court.
Most people find this quite a hassle. Hiring a lawyer takes not only a lot of money, but also demands a considerable amount of time and energy to set up meetings and, of course, show up in court. Because of this, many clients resort to “settlements”, or dealing with the case before going to trial.
Of course, this doesn’t mean settlement happens “outside of court”. This only means that cases are settled “before going to trial”, meaning the case has already been filed...

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Cases Involving Defective Products

Cases Involving Defective Products

by: Nash Ville

Each year, millions of people are being harmed by defective products. A defective product is a product that causes injury or harm to a person. A product may be considered to be defective for many different reasons such as design defect, failure to warn, failure to guard, unfit for intended use, defect in construction, or a defect in materials. With this, defective product claims can be based on negligence, strict liability, or breach of warranty of fitness depending on the jurisdiction within which the claim is based.
No matter how big or small, you must file your defective products claim and see what your legal rights are. Basically, liability and damages are two important elements in every defective products law case...

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If Your Case Gets Denied

If Your Case Gets Denied

by: Paul Hood

If you have been injured or become ill and are no longer able to work, you have certain Social Security Disability Benefits. Social Security Disability is a benefit received from the Social Security Administration by disabled workers and in some cases their dependents, similar to those received by retired workers. And you will have to file your case.
Sheri Abrams states the statutes for one to be qualified to file for Social Security Disability Benefits:
“To receive benefits under the Social Security Disability program, you must have a physical or mental health problem (or a combination of problems) severe enough to keep you from working in any regular paying job for at least one year or result in death...

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