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What Determines Liability in Personal Injury Law?

What is liability in Personal Injury? After sustaining injuries as a result of someone else’s actions, the person responsible may be liable. Find out why!

Liability. When a person sustains injuries as a result of someone else’s negligence or recklessness, the person responsible for their physical injury may be liable for those actions. Only a Personal Injury lawyer with Board Certification should advise clients on what actions to take when their injuries are the cause of another....

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Who’s Liable in a DUI Accident With Injuries?

This Shaked Law Resource writeup will help to provide insight to an important aspect of drunk driving accidents: civil liability.

After a DUI accident with injuries, those responsible are liable for compensating the victim. Many people don't know tis-ishey can seek compensation after sustaining injuries in a DUI accident. However, civil liability is one of the most common consequences a drunk driver faces after causing harm to other drivers. This is especially true if injuries were sustained or property was damaged. It's important to retain a lawyer with Board Certification after a DUI accident. That is, after stabilizing from any injuries on the medical side. DUI accidents can happen to anyone. No matter how high a person believes their tolerance to...

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How Do Dram Shop Laws Protect Public Safety?

Dram Shop Laws are an aspect of social host liability. These laws discourage serving alcohol to someone who is already under the influence. However, this isn't the only reason for Dram Shop Laws. Social host liability holds the host of a private gathering responsible for an injury or death directly caused by serving alcohol to a guest. Dram Shop Laws are in place to hold an establishment such as a bar or a restaurant liable for the negligent actions of a patron....

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