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2021

When Medication Harms: Can You Be Compensated?

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Medication has come a long way since the days of “medicine men” selling all kinds of remedies door to door. Now, drugs must pass through an extensive testing and screening process before they can be prescribed to patients by doctors. Unfortunately, even carefully researched drugs can and do cause problems in some cases. If you or a loved one has been harmed by a drug, read below and learn more.…

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Can You Avoid Trust Litigation?

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More and more people are establishing trusts instead of traditional wills. Trusts allow you to have more control over your assets and do not have to go through the tedious probate process. However, that does not mean your heirs can’t challenge the trust after your death. If they believe the trustor was coerced or was not of sound mind when the trust was created, they may take the matter to court.…

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5 Common Myths About Car Accident Lawyers

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If you were injured in a car accident, you may feel overwhelmed and unsure of what to do. One of the most important things you can do right now is discuss your case with a reputable car accident lawyer. However, you may have heard some myths that have shied you away from doing so. Here are common myths about car accident lawyers that you should not believe. You Can Wait to Hire a Lawyer…

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Can You Be Liable For The Previous Owner's Real Estate Taxes?

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What happens if you bought a house and then got a bill for real estate taxes that the last owner was supposed to pay? Do you have to pay, and what happens if you don’t? Here’s what you should know. Are You Liable for Old Real Estate Taxes on Your Home? You may wonder why you’re getting a real estate tax bill for taxes that were due before you bought your home.…

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