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Accidents

If you are "at-fault" for an accident, this means that you caused the accident to take place. If the insurance company and/or police deem you 51% or more at-fault, then you are considered to have caused the accident.

Liability

Insurance Expert Witness Robert Underdown is a highly qualified insurance expert witness providing testimony in insurance cases across the United States. Some of the recent cases for which he has provided.

Defects

A business may have many claim-free years. Then suddenly, a loss occurs and you need to file a claim. It's important to know what to do. This article will explain how to file a business insurance claim.

Malpractice

In the healthcare field, the patient is often left with no other option but to file a complaint against a healthcare worker. It may be a registered nurse, dentist, chiropractor, therapist, surgeon and or family doctor.

Personal Injury

A claim is when you ask the insurance Co. to compensate you for damages you have sustained after a car accident, or when you ask the insurance company to represent you or intervene on your behalf.

Death

The damages available in wrongful death lawsuits vary a great deal from state to state. Many states "cap" or limit the amount and type of damages, especially in medical malpractice claims.

Disaster

When emergency conditions abate and the spirit of heroism fades, second-guessing may begin regarding both the cause of the disaster (if not natural) and the safety of response efforts then, the lawsuits commence.

Litigation

Litigation is a legal dispute between several parties, the “litigants,” that is ultimately heard by a judge, mediator or arbitrator. Attorneys who participate in litigation are called litigators. Call for more info.

Fraud

Fraud litigation is a term used to describe a civil lawsuit that involves one party suing another party for engaging in fraudulent conduct. Fraud generally means that, by intentionally misrepresenting the truth.

Some Of Our Areas Of Law Practice

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Real Estate

Real Estate and Property Law covers an extensive legal area, which is regulated by federal and state statutes, as well as common law. Many aspects of this area overlap with contract law. The terms “real estate”, “realty” and “real property” are generally used interchangeably, although many people associate “real estate” more closely with the structures or buildings and the land. However, real property/real estate encompasses more than just the obviously tangible aspects. It comprises land and that which is attached to or belongs with the land, such as the immovable structures like buildings, houses, trees, bushes and minerals permanently affixed to the land, But it also consists of the interests, benefits and rights that are legally considered attached to the real property, which can include certain rights to the air above the land, to drill in the ground beneath it, rights to live on the property for a specific timeframe or to acquire the real property in the future, and more.

Drug Crimes

But if you are facing a drug charge, your political ideas have to take a backseat to protecting your freedom and your future. We offer you the opportunity to learn some general facts about the laws and penalties in your state, and also a contact to speak with a local criminal defense lawyer who can help you if you are currently facing these kinds of serious charges.
Whatever happened to you, if are being treated unfairly by the system, you need and deserve the opportunity to fight back and protect your rights. Or if you made a mistake, or have a substance abuse problem, you deserve help, and not to be treated like a

Jail and Bail Information

Bail is the basic right for most defendants to be released prior to trial. Conditions for bail are set by a judge to reasonably ensure public safety and the person’s return to court. They can include posting the full bail amount, using property as collateral or signing a written agreement to appear, referred to as release on your own recognizance. Judges also can order nonfinancial conditions, such as drug testing.
In localities with a pretrial services program, defendants are subject to supervision while they await trial or disposition of their case.
In 2011, at least 28 states enacted 73 bills addressing bail policy. The bulk of these laws seek to improve the effectiveness of commercial bond and pretrial services programs.

Arrested For Driving Under The Influence

Below is information on state ignition interlock laws. All 50 states have some sort of ignition interlock law. Twenty three states—Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia—have mandatory ignition interlock provisions for all offenses. California has a pilot program in four of its largest counties. Colorado and Maine’s laws are not mandatory for a first conviction, but there are strong incentives to install an interlock device on the first conviction. In December 2013, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations released model guidelines for states encouraging them to adopt ignition interlock for first-time convicted drunk drivers and establish a minimum length of time in which offenders must use the interlocks.  The report also contains guidelines for program administration and for venders and service providers.

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