Why Drunk Driving Is So Dangerous

The risks of drunk driving are well known, but that still doesn’t stop some people from getting behind the wheel after having a few drinks. They might think that they have it all together, but then cause an accident. Here are a few reasons why drunk driving is so dangerous. Poor Vision As everyone knows,…

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Who Can I Leave My Belongings to in an Estate? 

Who Can I Leave My Belongings to in an Estate?  Your family and friends are the most important thing to you. We hold loved ones dear to us and we imagine ourselves with them for a long time. The truth of the matter is, is that this doesn’t always happen. Death, divorce, or other types…

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Divorce and Adopted Children

Divorce is challenging for a couple, but consider when children are involved. The effects of divorce on children can be long-lasting and traumatic, which is why it is crucial to involve your children in the conversations that matter. However, when discussing custody, it is best if children are not forced into a situation where they…

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The Burden of Proof 

In every personal injury case, the plaintiff will have to prove that the person they are suing is responsible for their injuries. The “burden of proof” is an evidentiary threshold that refers to the level of proof the plaintiff must meet to convince the judge or jury that the defendant is at fault for their…

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What is a Wrongful Death?

The term “wrongful death” refers to a civil lawsuit in which a plaintiff seeks monetary damages from the party whose alleged negligence, recklessness, or intentional wrongdoing caused the death of a loved one. The purpose of wrongful death lawsuits is to compensate family members of the deceased who have (themselves) suffered economic losses – such…

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