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Common Mistakes Accident Victims Make

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Many times after an accident where someone is injured, they will try to handle things themselves, instead of getting an injury attorney. That kind of self-help often leads to mistakes that can jeopardize their ability to recover damages for their injuries. Although we would hope that if you are injured, you will get legal… Read More »

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Calculating Future Loss Of Income In Personal Injury Cases

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

One loss that many injury victims sustain is lost wages. Certainly, lost wages are recoverable in a personal injury case. Your current lost wages are generally easy to calculate just by looking at what you made or earned and seeing how it differs from your earnings after the accident. Future Lost Wages However, you… Read More »

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How Do Golf Cart Accidents Happen And Who Is Responsible?

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

As a general rule, golf is a relatively safe sport. But it’s not golfing itself that can be dangerous. It’s the golf cart that ends up injuring people, especially when it is used off of the golf course itself. Golf Carts are Everywhere Nowadays As you likely know, golf carts today are used for… Read More »

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How Will You Get The Evidence You Need To Prove Your Case?

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

In most personal injury cases other than perhaps car accidents, there is one truth: Usually, the other side—the Defendant—has more information than you do about your accident. The question then becomes, how do you get that information, as much of it may be needed to prove your case at your personal injury trial. Why… Read More »

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How Often Does A Store Have To Inspect Or Clean Its Floors?

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

If you fall on something on a store’s floor, your first reaction may be that the store should have cleaned their floors more often. However, rarely does a major store fail to ever clean or inspect their floors—most have some system to keep their areas clean. That leads to the question of how much… Read More »

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Shooting At Bank Leads To Negligent Security Lawsuit

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

When someone is shot by someone else, it is almost always a crime. But what many people don’t realize is that if the shooting happens on a business’ property, the business could also be liable. Robbery at Chase Bank This happens often in our legal system, and Chase Bank may have to learn this… Read More »

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Sandy Hook Families Settle With Gun Manufacturer

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

A gun manufacturer, Remington, has settled a case with the families of the Sandy Hook shooting. As part of the injury settlement, Remington (which filed for bankruptcy, but insurance has agreed to pay the settlement amount) will pay $73 million. The case is a reminder that when it comes to gun violence, people can… Read More »

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Does The Value Of A Car Affect How Likely Someone Is To Hit A Pedestrian?

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Are some people more likely to ignore, and run into pedestrians? Are there certain kinds of cars that are more likely to injure pedestrians? A study looked into just that, and while the results may not be completely scientific, they are interesting. How the Study was Conducted The study was conducted by sending test… Read More »

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How Government Recalls Work

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Usually when a product is recalled, it makes the news. People are often made aware of the fact there is a dangerous product in their home. But you may be surprised to learn that recalls are not as organized as you may think, and there is often confusion over when a recall should be… Read More »

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Injuries At Trampoline Or Jump Parks Can Be Serious

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

A trampoline park, sometimes called a jump park, is an indoor facility, where the floors, and sometimes the walls, are giant trampolines. In addition to jumping, the area may be equipped with monkey bars, things to climb on and hang from, rock climbing walls, or basketball nets. Many adults also use jump parks, as… Read More »

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