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From monthly archives: July 2020

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What Does a Wrongful Death Lawyer Do?

If you’re reeling in the wake of a loved one's wrongful death, you probably want to seek out as much help from others as you can—both to cope emotionally and to get the legal justice you, your family, and the deceased deserve. Of course, some people might choose to grieve alone, but the time will come for many when they are ready to reach out for the support, love, and legal help of others.

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What Can a Car Accident Lawyer Do for You?

If you’ve just been in a car accident, no doubt you’ve been left reeling. Dealing with insurance companies, getting your vehicle repaired, calling friends and family to make transportation arrangements until your car can get fixed, the list goes on and on! Indeed, the time after a car accident is quite a stressful one; you need all the help you can get. Have you considered contacting a car accident lawyer to provide it?

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Coping With a Child Injury Case

Few things are more traumatizing than having your child wrongfully hurt by someone else. Of course, all children are subject to the occasional self-induced tripping-and-falling, but when another entity whom you trusted, through carelessness or negligence, causes your child serious harm, the emotions you must be feeling as a parent or guardian might seem overwhelming. Though what these emotions exactly are can vary depending on the circumstance, they no doubt can loom large over your mind, clouding your judgment and sometimes making for many a sleepless night.

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