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How To Check If Your Vehicle’s Airbag Was Recalled

Takata airbags are in over tens of millions of vehicles, and they are extremely dangerous.  The defective airbags have triggered the largest recall in U.S. history, and odds are, your car may have one of them. Even the most minor of car accidents can trigger these airbags to rupture and explode, shooting metal shards into

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Damages in a Personal Injury Case

After you get into a car accident, do you ever wonder what damages are recoverable by you under the Texas law? Following is a list of all of the damages available to a Plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit: Medical Expenses in the past and future: These are the damages incurred by way of medical

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Five Common Factors in a DUI Case

Getting charged with a DUI case can be a very stressful ordeal.  In addition to the confusing legal ramifications, the embarrassment and regret that can accompany the charges can make for a tough situation for any offender, no matter how aggravated or mitigated the case is.   As drunk driving defense lawyers, here are some common

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Common Factors in Auto Accident Cases

When you have been a victim in an automobile accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. The value of your case often depends on a few important factors.  If you have been injured in a car accident, make sure you pay close attention to the following factors to help you get a

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Celebrities Suing Celebrities? More Common than You Think

In celebrity legal news, lawsuits abound. Some of the “celebs on both sides” cases we see most often are when musicians sued other musicians on matters focusing mostly on intellectual property rights and licensing issues and, of course, lots of “celebs on both sides”  cases in Hollywood divorces. On PROOFwithJillStanley, I’ve discussed other “celeb on

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Proving Fault in a Personal Injury Case

How do you prove that someone is at fault in an injury case?  The legal term for proof is “evidence.”  Evidence at a personal injury trial consists of the live testimony of witnesses and the numbered exhibits (such as photographs and documents) that are admitted.  There is an entire class in law school devoted to

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