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    Sally is injured in a car accident Her injuries make her unable to work

    My firm handles a lot of personal injury litigation, so, at the suggestion of friends and former clients, I am writing this blog on a regular basis to give readers info on how to handle their personal injury cases I will go over several topics

    Is Court Reporting A Dying Profession?

    The role of a court reporter is to maintain an accurate record of word for word transcripts of conversations, legal proceedings, meetings, and other circumstances requiring a documented account that will serve as legally binding evidence Court reporters can be found working at court trials, providing translation services for the hearing impaired, assisting judges, recording depositions, and assisting attorneys

    As a worker, you have the right to a safe and healthy working environment Unfortunately, work-related accidents can occur to any worker at any time

    A winter wonderland may be fun to sing about--especially on Christmas eve--but, if you are negotiating a treacherous parking lot covered with ice, bursting into song is the last thing on your mind Slipping on ice is no laughing matter and, although falls may be funny in some slapstick type comedies, they can be downright deadly in real life

    With the recent injury and death of Natasha Richardson from an injury to her brain after striking her head in a ski accident it behooves all of us to learn the symptoms of closed head injury so that we may be alert to their presence in a friend or loved one after an accident Brain injury can occur from a minor impact to the skull

    New evidence reveals that Seroquel manufacturer AstraZeneca may have known over ten years ago that the drug caused diabetes and weight gain According to a story in the New York Times, 102 previously sealed documents were made public earlier this year in a lawsuit brought by drug users against the manufacturer

    The first principle of personal injury negotiating is: ask for more than you expect to get To apply this correctly you need to know what your case is worth but that’s a whole other article

    New Speeding Law in Ontario

    Ontario has had a history of problems with people who drive their vehicles faster than the posted speed limit and drivers who participate in illegal street racing To combat speeding problems and reduce the number of car crashes, the Ontario government implemented a new speeding law

    Tenancy agreements are important documents that help to protect legal rights and identify responsibilities of both parties - the lodger and the landlord However, since the situation has arisen where the landlord’s lawyer or estate agent puts the agreement together, tenant can often find himself in a difficult situation

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