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Motorcycle Accident Cases: Settlement Factors

 If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident and are considering or already have filed an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit, you will want to first learn whether you have a claim and what the claim is worth. While there are many elements in motorcycle accidents that can be utilized to predict the outcome of your claim, this article will discuss several factors you should consider. Overcoming the Bias and Prejudice Associated with Motorcyclists  Preconceived judgments and/or personal biases should never be factors in deciding the compensation a motorcyclist should receive. While this is ideal, it is understandable that this...

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Family Law Property Disputes

 Valuing a Business In today’s society, it is common for either one or even both spouses to possess a share of some sort of business. In some cases the business was built together, built partially before and during the marriage and sometimes completely before the marriage. Unfortunately for those who are considering divorce, a spouse’s ownership interest in a business is considered an asset subject to distribution of property; that is, the division and distribution of each spouse's’ property. Therefore, when a couple is undergoing a divorce, there are many ways in which interest in a business can affect the case....

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Common Causes & Liabilities Related to Trucking Accidents

If you have been injured in a trucking accident, understanding what party is responsible and what other factors could have caused the accident could be more complex than a regular traffic accident. In these types of cases, there are many parties that are involved which include the driver of the big rig involved, other drivers in the roadway, and the owner of the truck. To understand what factors that played a part in the incident, it is necessary to be informed of certain aspects of the trucking industry. Learning typical reasons behind big rig accidents, understanding the associations between individuals and...

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Your Attorney’s Obligation to Confidentiality

If you have hired an attorney, the attorney can be held liable for not keeping certain things about your conversation private. Under the State Bar of California, Rules of Professional Conduct, with rare exceptions, an attorney has an obligation to uphold client confidentiality. The most fundamental principle in attorney-client privilege is the preservation of the client’s confidential information, which includes the conversations held between the attorney and his or her clients.  The attorney-client privilege serves to encourage clients to seek legal assistance and communicate fully and frankly with their attorney on all matters even if embarrassing and legally damaging.  Furthermore, the...

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