By Daniel C Cuppett
Most folk suppose issues after they’ve been in a vehicle accident--or any coincidence: worry and anger. hence, they don’t consistently make solid judgements approximately the way to act and what to assert within the aftermath. legal professionals and insurance firms be aware of this--and reap the benefits of the confusion. during this booklet, an legal professional with a profitable own harm perform offers traditional shoppers an insider’s suggestion on what to do and what to claim. The booklet follows a chronological direction from the instant an coincidence occurs during the ultimate payment of any felony disputes that persist with. It offers with numerous scenarios--most importantly, even if the twist of fate used to be your fault or somebody else’s. And it considers the various issues that aren’t legal--but simply as very important to a person improving bodily, emotionally and financially from an coincidence.
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The fee does not usually apply to personal injury cases, where initial consultations are typically free anyway. The fixed fee applies more commonly to family law, criminal, real estate and other types of cases that do not typically involve a contingency fee arrangement. One disadvantage of this method: the referral services usually only give you a couple of names, possibly chosen from their list randomly, even though there may be many possible choices in your area. Much like choosing a new shirt or a new car, the more choices you have, the more likely you will be to find the best selection for your personal tastes and comfort.
2) A person or a personal representative of a person who suffers serious bodily injury or death from being bitten by a dog while lawfully on public or private property shall be entitled to bring a civil action to recover economic damages against the dog owner regardless of the viciousness or dangerous propensities of the dog or the dog owner’s knowledge or lack of knowledge of the dog’s viciousness or dangerous propensities. (3) In any case described in subsection (2) of this section in which it is alleged and proved that the dog owner had knowledge or notice of the dog’s viciousness or dangerous propensities, the court, upon a motion made by the victim or the personal representative of the victim, may enter an order that the dog be euthanized by a licensed veterinarian or licensed shelter at the expense of the dog owner.
Understand the difference here. One cannot usually sue a store clerk for being rude or even calling you an unpleasant name. The behavior of the other person must reach the level of totally unacceptable and outrageous by society’s standards and you must be so disturbed by it that you suffer an emotional injury—generally that it is so bad that you require psychological treatment. In other words, someone may commit outrageous conduct, but if it does not really harm you—you get over it—then you cannot reasonably sue them.
So you've been in an accident-- now what? : a practical guide to understanding personal injury law by Daniel C Cuppett