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Summer Safety Tips: Avoid Swimming Pool Accidents

Personal Injury Lawyer As the weather warms up and summertime activities begin, one of the most popular pastimes is visiting the swimming pool. While pools can be a great source of fun, they can also be dangerous. To help ensure a safe and enjoyable summer, it’s important to understand how to protect yourself and your

When To Hire A Workers Compensation Lawyer? - filling up a work injury claim form

When To Hire A Workers Compensation Lawyer?

Workers Compensation Lawyer Unfortunately, getting injured at work is all too common. Employees can suffer injuries in many types of work environments, from construction sites to offices that may constitute both workers comp claims and personal injury claims in some cases. If you recently got hurt while working, you may be entitled to workers compensation

Are You Jeopardizing Your Personal Injury Case? - Driver Standing Having Backpain

Are You Jeopardizing Your Personal Injury Case?

Personal Injury Lawyer If you were hurt in an accident caused by someone else’s negligent actions, you may be entitled to compensation. However, in order to receive that compensation, you must have a strong personal injury claim. If you make certain mistakes in your case, you could hurt your right to compensation. Here are common

When Is A Death Wrongful?

Wrongful death is an incredibly difficult concept to grapple with, especially for the family of a loved one who has passed away according to a wrongful death lawyer at Cohen Legal. When a death is deemed wrongful, it means that the death was caused by the negligence of another person or party. In such cases,

Why Do Hit and Runs Occur?

Hit and Run Incidents  Hit-and-run incidents are a terrible thing to have happen to someone according to our friends at Cohen and Cohen who recently reviewed a hit and run case. These incidents affect thousands of people each year with some statistics showing that they happen over 600,000 times per year in the United States.

Keeping Your Estate Plan Current

Estate Planning Lawyer Estate plans are living documents. This means that – with a few exceptions, generally classified as part of the “trust” family – estate planning documents can be altered as often as the creator needs to make changes in order to accurately reflect their wishes and intent. Courts are generally required to honor

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