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    Emotional Abuse in Nursing Homes 

    Posted on November 13th, 2021

    Emotional Abuse in Nursing Homes  It may be hard to believe that nursing home employees can emotionally abuse the seniors under their care. However, the sad truth is it is a common occurrence. When you and your family decided to place your loved one in the care of a nursing home you probably did your […]

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    Vicarious Liability 

    Posted on November 8th, 2021

    Vicarious liability is the doctrine by which one person may be held liable for the wrongful acts of another person with whom they have a special relationship. Vicarious liability is an exception to the rule that the tortious acts of one person are ordinarily not imputed to another person. The doctrine applies to both negligent […]

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    Can You Receive Compensation for Dog Injuries After an Accident?

    Posted on November 7th, 2021

    If you were in a car accident, you might not be the only one who suffers injuries. What happens if your pet is in the car with you? Most people know that they can seek compensation for injuries that they underwent and damages to the vehicle. However, most aren’t sure about how to file a […]

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    What Kind of Injuries Can Happen at a Dog Park

    Posted on November 5th, 2021

    Personal injury cases can be complicated. You will likely not be thinking about anything remotely close to this when you decide to take your pet to a dog park to get socialization and playtime. If you or someone you love gets injured at a dog park, you need to enlist the assistance of a personal […]

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    The Toll of Grief After a Wrongful Death

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    Wrongful Death Attorney Losing a loved one can be a deeply painful experience. The grief can quickly become traumatic if the loved one passed away because of the fault of another individual or entity. The surviving family is left to deal with the financial and emotional burden of the loss, and may find some relief […]

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