Posted Jan 15, 2022
A driver is liable if their behavior on the road injures you. A dog owner is responsible if their dog bites you. But is a business liable if you’re injured in their store while shopping? Injuries in businesses are not uncommon, with slip-and-fall accidents being some of the most common ones reported. And while many slips and falls are minor, others can result in a serious injury. If you’re injured in a store, could that business be held liable? Keep reading to learn more.
Posted Jan 01, 2022
If you're injured on someone else's property, the property owner could be liable for your medical bills and other related expenses. If the property is a residential property, the homeowner is responsible; if it's a commercial property, the liability would lie with the business. But apartment complexes span both sides of this line, making the already complex issue of liability even more difficult to understand. Who is responsible if you're injured in an apartment complex? Keep reading to learn what you need to know.
Posted Dec 29, 2021
In today’s real estate market, closing on a new home can feel like nothing short of a miracle. The stress of finding a home, putting in a bid, and negotiating to get that home you love is finally over, and you can move in and live happily ever after. Except sometimes, a new issue arises, and you might feel like you were deceived in the sale. When this happens, some buyers will pursue legal action against the sellers. Here are a few examples of common errors sellers make that may result in a lawsuit.
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