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How To Prove Negligence for a Personal Injury Claim

If you were in an accident, you may have the right to file a personal injury claim against the other party. As a Philadelphia PA personal injury lawyer from a law office like the Wieand Law Firm can explain, when filing a claim, the burden is on you to prove that the other person is at fault for your injuries....[ read more ]
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Auto Accident Attorney Arizona

Auto Accident Attorney Arizona Car accidents can cause many problems. You may be on your way to a doctor’s appointment, a business meeting, or bringing your child home from daycare. No matter where you are going, a car accident can make you feel like you are no longer safe when you are leaving your house, an idea that can be...[ read more ]
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Bodily Injury Law Firm Arizona

Bodily Injury Law Firm Arizona Suffering from an injury after you have been in an accident can be devastating. Not only could you be suffering from physical injuries, but you may also be suffering from emotional trauma as well. This can make you feel more exposed, especially if insurance agents are calling you all the time to try and settle...[ read more ]
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Personal Injury Claim Attorney Arizona

Personal Injury Claim Attorney Arizona When you want to know the basics of a personal injury claim attorney Arizona residents trust. It´s necessary to make sure you have all the facts. This means getting answers to questions like: What should I do immediately after an accident?  Do I need an attorney?  What does it mean to be in a personal...[ read more ]
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Bicycle Accident Attorney Arizona

Bicycle Accident Attorney Arizona Getting into a bicycle accident can mean that the injuries you are suffering from are severe. While many personal injury accidents can leave a person needing a trip to the hospital, because of how exposed you are riding on a bicycle and how big a car is, you may be suffering from more than broken bones....[ read more ]
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Why Do Bankruptcy Exemptions Matter?

Personal Injury Lawyer If you don’t earn much income, you may be eligible to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, as opposed to Chapter 13 bankruptcy. While virtually anyone is permitted to file for debt relief under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code, only those who earn a minimal amount of income are permitted to file for debt relief under Chapter...[ read more ]
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What You Need to Know About Bicycle Accidents

Bicycle Accident Attorney Scottsdale, AZ
Arizona Bicycle Accidents Bicycling is becoming an increasingly popular sport and mode of transportation across Arizona and the United States. Even with this increase though, many motorists fail to acknowledge the rights of cyclists to ride on roads. This can lead to potentially dangerous and deadly situations. When vehicles and cyclists collide, the results are often serious, and sometimes deadly....[ read more ]
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Yearin Law Office Awarded Client Champion Silver Award 2018 from Lawyers.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Scottsdale, Arizona) Yearin Law Office proudly announces the firm has been honored with the Client Champion Silver Award 2018 established by Martindale Hubbell. This award recognizes attorneys who offer outstanding service as reported by their clients. Martindale-Hubbell makes use of client reviews and considers the quality and quantity of these reviews when determining which attorneys should be...[ read more ]
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How to File a Wrongful Death Claim

Wrongful Death Claims: The Basics Nothing can prepare you for the sudden death of a loved one. And when that unexpected death is caused by the wrongdoing of another, it can be exceptionally difficult to understand. No amount of money can replace a lost loved one, but the compensation awarded through a wrongful death lawsuit can assist the family in...[ read more ]
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Types of Nursing Home Abuse

Lonely senior citizen woman in wheelchair in a nursing home
Over 1 million Americans currently reside in nursing homes. These residents depend on the staff for basic needs that we often take for granted. To ensure proper and appropriate care for the residents, nursing homes are required by law to maintain the federal standards of care outlined in the Federal Nursing Home Reform Act. Unfortunately, these standards are not always...[ read more ]
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