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  1. Compensation after an auto accident?

    If you suffer a personal injury you'll likely require medical attention and may need rehabilitation. You may lose income because of the injury, and while treatment and recovery takes place. You may have sustained property damage to your car and other property. You may have to rent a car while your car is being repaired. You may lose the ability to perform various activities of normal daily living. You may endure pain and suffering. The law allows you to seek recovery after an accident to "make you whole again." The central concept is that you should be compensated in a manner that, as best as the law can arrange, places you back in the same position as you were before the accident.

    For more questions regarding auto accidents, see our Auto Accidents FAQ.

  2. What is a wrongful death claim?

    A wrongful death lawsuit alleges that the decedent was killed as a result of the negligence on the part of the defendant's, and that the surviving dependents or beneficiaries are entitled to monetary damages as a result of the defendant's conduct.

  3. What is a "slip and fall"?

    A "slip and fall" is the generic term for an injury which occurs when someone slips, trips or falls as a result of a dangerous or hazardous condition on someone else's property. It includes falls as a result of water, ice or snow, as well as abrupt changes in flooring, poor lighting, or a hidden hazard, such as a gap or hard to see hole in the ground. If you are on someone else's property and injure yourself as a result of a dangerous condition on the property, the land owner or business proprietor may be liable for your injuries.

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