Verbal Assault & Personal Injury Lawsuits

Posted on: 9 June 2023

Verbal assault and personal injury lawsuits are becoming more common as people try to seek compensation for physical, mental, or emotional pain caused by someone else's words. Verbal assault can come in many forms, including threats, name-calling, and other demeaning comments. Are you considering a personal injury lawsuit based on a verbal assault? There are a few things you should know before you file. What Is Verbal Assault? Verbal assault is defined as any type of threatening or demeaning language that causes harm to an individual's reputation, self-esteem, or emotional well-being.
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Can You Recover Injury Compensation If A Defendant Is Uninsured And Broke?

Posted on: 1 May 2023

One of the scariest scenarios in personal injury law is that a claimant might have a solid case against a defendant who's both uninsured and broke. There are times when defendants are so destitute that they are functionally claim-proof and judgment-proof. Before you give up on a case, though, you and your personal injury attorney should take a long look at these four possible options for recovering compensation. Payment Arrangement
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How To Know If It's Worth Your Time To Patent An Invention

Posted on: 24 March 2023

If you intend to enforce a patent, one of the first things you'll need to determine is if your IP can even be patented. Figuring this out will require a deep understanding of patent and trademark law. While you could tackle this yourself, it's better to find out whether you can patent your invention with the help of a patent attorney.  The Patent Search One of the biggest concerns when filing for a patent is whether or not the invention has already been patented.
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What Chapter 7 Filers Should Know About Adversarial Matters

Posted on: 23 January 2023

Adversarial actions can occur in some chapter 7 bankruptcy cases. While it may not happen to everyone, it's important to understand why they happen and how to prevent them. To find out how such an action could affect your bankruptcy, read on. The Notification of an Adversarial Action Once your bankruptcy paperwork is filed by your lawyer, you may receive a letter from your trustee. The bankruptcy trustee presides over your case and keeps you informed of all important actions.
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