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How To Determine Fault After a Car Accident

  According to the Association for Safe International Road Traffic, more than 30,000 people die in fatal car accidents in the U.S. each year, and additionally, approximately two million people are injured or disabled from car accidents. Injured victims include drivers and their passengers, as well as pedestrians and bicyclists. While drivers might dispute who

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House Lawmakers Block Speed Limiter Mandate

  On a voice vote, the House of Representatives voted to prohibit a proposed Department of Transportation rule which would have required truckers to install devices on their rigs that limit their speed.  However, the rule might already be dead. Unlike the Electronic Logging Device mandate, the Speed Limiter Mandate is an agency rule and

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Claiming Compensation For Invisible Work Injuries | Harrelson Law Firm

Repetitive work activities can result in invisible work injuries. Invisible work impairments can be physical injuries, psychological injuries, or pre-existing conditions. If left undetected, invisible work afflictions can prevent a worker from performing their job duties. Here is a brief look at some examples of these invisible injuries and how to claim compensation. Physical Work Injuries

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Five Ways To Avoid Probate

Resolving a deceased person’s legal and financial affairs can be a trying and rather challenging endeavor for the relatives and loved ones he or she leaves behind. Accomplishing this task often requires the assistance of an experienced estate attorney such as the Scottsdale Estate Planning Attorney locals have trusted for years! Our firm has some

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Injuries While Using Rideshare Services | Harrelson Law Firm

  Ridesharing apps are immensely popular, and they are not going away anytime soon. As a result, both drivers and passengers are finding themselves increasingly unsure about what happens when a rideshare is involved an auto accident. As a passenger, who sort of rights do you have? Uber and Lyft In the U.S., the ridesharing

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How Social Media Can Hurt Your Case

Social media is one of the most revolutionary advancements seen by technology in the last decade.  When used correctly, it can be a platform for developing relationships, networking with peers and communicating with friends and family from afar.  From cat memes to blooper reels to live feeds of political gatherings, social media connects, shares and

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Food Poisoning and Negligent Contamination Injury Cases

Foodborne illness (sometimes called “foodborne disease,” “foodborne infection,” or “food poisoning) is a common, costly—yet preventable—public health problem. Each year, 1 in 6 Americans gets sick by consuming contaminated foods or drinks. Many different disease-causing microbes, or pathogens, can contaminate foods, so there are many different foodborne infections. In addition, poisonous chemicals, or other harmful

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