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How Is Negligence Defined in a Personal Injury Case?
How Is Negligence Defined in a Personal Injury Case?

Negligence is the failure to exercise the care that a reasonably prudent person would have exercised in the same or similar situation. Negligence generally means that a person was careless or did something they should not have done. An example of negligence would be ...

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Blog posts in September, 2011

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    Normally, an injured party can only recover from a defendant’s insurance policy the amount stated as the limits of liability. In the case of Kelvin ...

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    Section 287.140.1 states that an employer must advance or reimburse “necessary and reasonable expenses” incurred when injured employees are required ...

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    It’s Labor day today. My clients should be resting and the country should be recalling the hard manual and physical labor it took to build this ...

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    By: Mark A. Cantor My first job as an attorney was in the summer of 1991. I worked as a clerk for Alan Mandel and his law firm Davidson, Schlueter, ...

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