Pleading “No Contest”

You may be familiar with the term “no contest” as it pertains to a legal case. But what does it really mean?   Pleading no-contest to a charge is similar to pleading guilty, however, there are some major differences. No-contest means that you are conceding guilt...

Accidents with Big-Rigs and Liability

If you are involved in an accident with an 18-wheeler, or if you have a loved one involved in such an accident, there are many things to consider when it comes to legal liability. One of the first things you should do is to talk to a personal injury attorney. They are...

Pedestrian Accidents and Liability

It is common, these days, to see people walking and not paying attention to their surroundings. One of the most common, and dangerous, things you see is someone looking at their phone while crossing a street, or walking down the sidewalk. Something that you should...

Who is Liable in Slip-and-Fall Accidents?

Premises liability cases are some of the most difficult cases to handle. They have a lot of moving parts, one of which is called “open and obvious”. This means that you should have seen what you tripped, or slipped on and been able to avoid the area.  For instance,...

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