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5 Things To Include In An Auto Collision Injury Demand Letter

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Writing a good personal injury demand letter is essential if you want to receive a favorable reply to your demand. There are several things that you must include in the letter. Here are five of them: Your Version of the Story Write a brief and factual account of the accident. Make it devoid of emotion or strong language; you don’t need to tell the insurance company that the other driver is a fool for not stopping at the red light.…

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Freelancer's Legal Rights When Working For A Client

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The thought of becoming a freelancer can be a very enticing one. The idea of being your own boss, working the hours you wish and performing your duties from anywhere are certainly appealing. However, freelance work is not the same as being a traditional employee who works for a company. Freelancers need to know what their legal rights are when working with any client, and before they start a project.…

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Advice For New And Prospective Lawyers On How To Progress To The Partner Level

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Making partner in a law firm is not easy. There are a number of hurdles to jump. Anyone who wants to become a partner should consider the things needed to reach this exalted position. The benefits of partnership include high salary, prestige and job security. Here are the things one should definitely do to join the partner ranks at a law firm. Switch Firms Yep, that is right. One of the latest trends among lawyers who want to make it to the top is transferring to another firm.…

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4 Factors To Determine Adequate Supervision In A Child Injury Suit

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Was your child recently injured while under the supervision of another adult? Perhaps at school, daycare, or a sporting event practice? If so, you may be able to file a suit against the school, organization, or even the adult who was in charge when the accident occurred. However, you’ll likely have to show that the adults in charge weren’t exercising adequate supervision. This could be because they were negligent or because they didn’t have the tools necessary to properly monitor the children.…

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