Daily Archives April 28, 2015

Free Non Disclosure Form (NDA Form)

Free Non Disclosure Form (NDA Form)

by: Jefferson Highway, General Counsel

Non Disclosure Agreements (NDAs, also known as ‘Confidentiality Agreements’) are an essential part of modern business. If you have a trade secret, an invention or a ‘good idea’, it can be worrying revealing the details to a third party because you never know if your idea may be stolen. For this reason, NDA forms are common. The problem is, most of them are long winded, running to 10 pages or more, and they very length of them makes it difficult sometimes to get your target to sign in the first place.
For this reason, we here at www.lawyersbench.com have come up with this ‘short form’ NDA form you can use...

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Auto Accident Lawyers

Auto Accident Lawyers

by: Maricon Williams

Automobiles can cause grave accidents leading to serious injuries. A large percentage of auto accidents are caused by negligence and recklessness of drivers. Some are due to intoxication or drug influenced drivers. A number are caused by poorly designed roads and improper traffic signals. It can also be caused by a defective vehicle or tire.
In times of auto accidents, it is important to know how to react in order to protect your rights and to make sure that you do not commit errors that can finish up costing you a sum. There are certain measures that you should take to keep in control with the situation...

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What To Do When An Insurance Company Breaches Its

What To Do When An Insurance Company Breaches Its Contract

by: Maui Reyes

With so much paperwork given to you by insurance companies, most people tend to overlook exactly what their contracts are about.
It is part of insurance law that any ambiguity or uncertainty in the choice of wording in a contract will be resolved in favor of the policy holder, and not the insurance company. This often works in favor of the policyholder when it comes to pointing fingers in court, but not all the time.
Most policyholders tend to have their own interpretation of the contract. Unfortunately, the judge doesn’t care about the policyholder’s understanding of the wording. In court, “plain meaning” is what the judge looks at...

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Injuries from Minor Vehicle Collisions

Injuries from Minor Vehicle Collisions

by: Maricon Williams

Approximately 12.8 million motor vehicle accidents in the United States were reported on December 2003. This amounts to about one crash per second – quite an alarming data.
To boot, we should dispel myths, misconceptions and erroneous judgment about vehicular accidents. Some say that drunk persons don’t get injured as much. This is fallacious. A study showed that occupants of the vehicle who were aware of the immediate danger of collision had less severe injuries and considerably less at risk. Another erroneous assumption is that the amount of injury is directly proportionate to the amount of damage to the car. There can be grave inverse correlation between vehicle damage and injury levels...

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Things You Ought To Know in Faultless Car Accident

Things You Ought To Know in Faultless Car Accidents

by: Paul Hood

Anyone who has been involved in a vehicular accident, regardless of fault, can avail of No-Fault Benefits which would include compensation for wage lost, medical expenses and a replacement vehicle. It is also termed as Personal Injury Protection Benefit or PIP. Certain states like Minnesota have enacted laws requiring vehicle owners to have no-fault coverage as part of their automobile insurance coverage.
Moreover, Minnesota also encourages vehicle owners to have at least a minimum no-fault policy which will disburse $20,000 for an individual’s medical coverage and another $20,000 to cover other losses.
As a rule of thumb, in cases of vehicular accidents, it is imperative that you get in touch with your automobile insuranc...

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