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  • Newly Published Running Your Own Business Features Section by Attorney Sandra M. Radna
    Newly Published Running Your Own Business Features Section by Attorney Sandra M. Radna

    Are you considering running your own business? Have you already begun, but you’re looking for the advice of seasoned professionals? Insiders Know How: Running Your Own Business may be the book you ...

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  • How Much is Pain and Suffering Worth in a Personal Injury Case?
    How Much is Pain and Suffering Worth in a Personal Injury Case?

    In a personal injury claim, compensation includes both economic and noneconomic damages. Noneconomic damages include pain and suffering and are key elements in a personal injury case. However, putting ...

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  • Can Accidents Resulting in Bodily Injury Cause Insurance Premiums to Increase?
    Can Accidents Resulting in Bodily Injury Cause Insurance Premiums to Increase?

    In general, insurance companies may increase a policyholder’s rates if the policyholder caused a crash resulting in bodily injury. These premium increases must comply with a “surcharge schedule” that ...

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  • Why You Need a Real Estate Attorney for Your Residential Closings
    Why You Need a Real Estate Attorney for Your Residential Closings

    Purchasing a home is one of the biggest investments most people will ever make. The real estate industry is regulated by complex state laws. If you are in the process of purchasing real estate, ...

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  • How Can You Prove Medical Malpractice?
    How Can You Prove Medical Malpractice?

    Every day, we put our trust in medical professionals to care for us. In many cases, this trust is deserved and patients receive the care they require. Unfortunately, for others, this trust is betrayed ...

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  • The Most Common Types of Medical Malpractice
    The Most Common Types of Medical Malpractice

    As patients, we place our trust in those who provide medical care and treatment for us. In many cases, that trust is well-placed and we are better for it. In other cases, however, egregious errors are ...

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