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Exposure to Toxic Substances
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Large, heavy equipment and sharp tools are not the only sources of danger in construction sites. Construction site owners, managers and workers may not be totally aware of it, but substances that workers are regularly exposed to can also prove harmful to workers’ health as these can cause in them a deadly, chronic disease that will keep them out of work, require continuous medical...

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Damages from Amputation Injuries
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Damages from Amputation Injuries Amputation is the removal of a body part, such as the fingers, hands, feet, and even bigger body parts like arms and legs. Amputation injuries are some of the worst injuries one can sustain, because they can greatly affect the lives of the victims. According to the website of this Toronto personal injury lawyer, those who have sustained amputation injuries...

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Malicious Prosecution
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Malicious Prosecution

Dec 29, 2016 by

Malicious prosecution refers to civil and criminal lawsuits that have been filed without probable cause. Victims of such cases may experience unwarranted inconveniences, such as attorney costs, missed time from work, and reputation damages. The fact that all these are caused by baseless accusations make them even more inconvenient. But why do people file senseless lawsuits against others? There could be a number of...

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When Claiming Compensation after a Car Crash, the Biggest Problem is not Your Insurance Policy, it is rather Your Insurance Provider
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All states in the U.S. require drivers to carry proof of financial responsibility or proof that they are capable of compensating anyone they might injure in a motor vehicle accident wherein they are at fault. The purpose of carrying financial responsibility, or liability coverage, is to be able compensate an accident victim for the bodily injuries that he or she sustains and for all...

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Types of Breach of Contract
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When two parties enter a contract, they enter a binding agreement once they affix their signatures. By signing the document, the two parties become aware of the potential consequences when they violate the terms of the contract. When one of the parties breaks the agreement, there is a breach of contract. According to the website of Slater Pugh, Ltd. LLP, breach of contract carries...

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