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Steps to Take After a Slip & Fall Accident

Not all surfaces are safe for foot traffic. Negligent property owners, business managers, and store employees can fail to maintain safe premises, leading to dangerous floors, sidewalks, and walkways. Negligence, such as forgetting to clean up a spill could cause a dangerous slip and fall accident. If you have been injured in
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Damage Caps in Idaho Personal Injury Settlements

In Idaho, a settlement or jury verdict could provide you with money to pay for the damages you have due to someone else’s negligence. The amount recoverable will depend on the extent of your damages and the insurance coverage available. Depending on the value of your case, something called a damage cap
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6 Reasons to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney After an Accident

Getting injured in an accident could permanently affect your life. Serious, life-threatening injuries can cause lasting disabilities, such as paralysis or brain damage. It is important to protect your rights as a filing party by hiring a Boise personal injury attorney to represent you during a damage claim. A lawyer can help
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Common Truck Accident Injuries

Truck accidents are some of the most catastrophic crashes on the road. A collision between a heavy 18-wheeler and a typical passenger car will result in much more significant damage to the latter. Every year, tens of thousands of truck accident victims ended up in hospitals due to serious and life-threatening injuries.
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Idaho Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Cases

No injured accident victim in Idaho has an unlimited amount of time in which to file a damage claim. Idaho has laws called statutes of limitations that impose deadlines to file. Statutes of limitations vary according to the type of case. It is critical to file your personal injury case by its
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Understanding Comparative Negligence Doctrine in Idaho

Fault refers to someone’s legal responsibility for an accident. Fault will go to the person or party most responsible for causing the victim’s damages, such as a distracted driver in an auto accident claim. Not all accidents assign 100% of fault to a defendant. Some cases involve comparative fault. Comparative fault refers
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What Is Utah’s Comparative Negligence Law?

Negligence is the basis of most Utah personal injury claims. Negligence is an individual or entity’s breach of the duty of care, often resulting in harm to others. Comparative negligence is a related law that specifically refers to a plaintiff’s alleged fault in contributing to his or her injuries. It is important
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