The Burden of Proof and Other Challenges in Injury Lawsuits

How a Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help With Damages

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Personal injury law is a broad area of law involving many types of injuries, from work-related injuries to injuries caused by product defects. The damages you stand to get after an injury are awarded based on the provisions of the Civil Liability Act (2003). It’s also important to note that there’s a time limit for filing a personal injury claim. To ensure you file your claim in time and get fair compensation, you should have a personal injury lawyer by your side.…

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What To Expect During Conveyancing

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The first thing you need to know about conveyancing is that it is the process of transferring ownership from a seller to a buyer. The second thing is that you can either use a conveyancer or a conveyancing solicitor. A conveyancer only handles the transfer of ownership from a seller to a buyer, while a conveyancing solicitor can handle both the transfer of ownership and legal issues that may arise. The latter can represent you in court, while a conveyancer cannot.…

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What You Should Do If You've Been Charged with Affray

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The law can often be difficult to understand, as there may be many different pieces of legislation covering similar areas. One particular area that may be even more challenging to comprehend is the law relating to affray. If you’ve been charged by the authorities with this offence or are involved in a case surrounding such a situation, what should you understand? What’s at Risk? There are many different laws covering how individuals should behave in public.…

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