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What are the Steps in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

The first thing you should definitely do is seek medical help. Not only is this something you should do for your health, but otherwise the jury will consider your injuries less serious.

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What to know about Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

When a professional health care worker, such as a doctor, a nurse, a dentist or a hospital does something that is not a standard of practice of those with similar training and experience, and that results in an injury or damages of a patient, we are talking about medical malpractice.

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Common Misconceptions on Divorce Mediation

When people get married, they usually do it with the idea that it will last for the rest of their lives (until death do us part). Unfortunately, this is not always the case. What can alleviate this difficult and unpleasant situation is divorce mediation. However, many people avoid mediation because they have wrong beliefs. Therefore, with this text, we will try to break down some of the most common prejudices.

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Choosing Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution Instead of Court

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)  generally refers to a wide range of dispute resolution techniques that serve to avoid conflict between parties to a dispute. ADR is increasingly used as a dispute resolution tool alongside the court system. Despite historic opposition to ADR by many prominent parties and their supporters, ADR has grown in popularity in recent years, both among the public and the legal profession.

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How to Improve your Credit Score

There is a high probability that you will have to borrow money at some point in your life. The reasons can be different: tuition, buying a car, buying a house. Whatever the reason, a credit score will affect your ability to borrow money and will especially affect your interest rates. Fortunately for you, we have prepared some tips that can help you improve your credit score.

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