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You Can Sue Parties That Aren’t Directly Involved in Your Accident

By Stephen M. Barbas |

When someone injures us out of carelessness or negligence, we often think of suing the party that was directly negligent, as we obviously should. For example, if someone hits you in a car, suing the driver is a pretty obvious legal strategy. However, there are some situations where the driver of a car may… Read More »

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Does a Business Have to Provide Defibrillators?

By Stephen M. Barbas |

Heart attacks and cardiac arrest are both conditions that often occur naturally. Other than in extraordinary circumstances, it doesn’t make sense to hold a business liable for someone who has a heart attack on their property. However, there is a growing body of law that allows a victim of a heart attack or his… Read More »

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Coefficient of Friction and Slip and Fall Accidents

By Stephen M. Barbas |

People can slip and fall for many reasons. In typical fall cases, we just assume that there is a substance or material on the floor which causes someone to fall, and that is often the case. But that is not the only way people fall. Often, people fall simply because the floor where they… Read More »

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Reaching MMI and Your Impairment Rating Can Affect Your Workers’ Compensation

By Stephen M. Barbas |

When you are injured on the job and you get treatment, it may seem like you will never recover. The road can seem long and difficult, but with most injuries, at least some level of improvement can be expected. But how much? And when does a doctor know when you have recovered as much… Read More »

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