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Medical Malpractice: What You Need To Know About Wrongful Death Lawsuits

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, the third leading cause of death in the United States is medical malpractice. Patients rely on their doctors for help. When that trust is broken, there must be some accountability. Here is what you need to know about medical malpractice ...
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Common Types of Medical Malpractice and How You Can Get Justice

When we are treated for an injury or illness, we put our trust in the medical professionals who take care of us. Unfortunately, even the most experienced and skilled doctors can make errors, which can result in serious injuries or death. In fact, medical errors are the third-highest cause of death ...
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Discrimination in the Workplace: Steps to Take Before a Lawsuit

Unfortunately, many employers and companies get away with discrimination in the workplace. The reason why discrimination can occur more in the workplace than in other areas is because many employees are not aware of their rights.On the other hand, some employees are aware of their rights but might ...
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How to Prove Medical Malpractice

In order to win your malpractice suit, you need to be able to prove the following things: Proof of a doctor-patient relationship Proof of negligent care Proof that there is a link between negligent care and patient injury Proof of harm done to the patient  Existing Relationship between Doctor and ...
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Understanding Wisconsin Homestead Law

Homestead law protects people who are at risk of losing their property due to financial difficulties. If you designate your property as a homestead, it can be shielded from certain creditors. It's important to be aware that there are certain limitations to this law in Wisconsin.Property Minimums ...
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Proving Discrimination at Your Job

Some crimes are easy to prove, such as who is at fault in a recent car accident, but there are also types of crimes that are more difficult for people to prove. One of these is discrimination in the workplace. Discrimination in the workplace is against the law; however, if you want to win a case of ...
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Can Your Employer Make You Work for Free?

When you are a non-exempt employee, your employer is required to pay you for any work you perform, including that which you do outside your normal working hours. However, many employers skirt the rules and have creative ways to make employees work for free, sometimes without the employee knowing ...
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Understanding How a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Works

Wrongful death claims fall under personal injury law, and occur when a person dies due to negligence or the intentional act of another party. In a wrongful death lawsuit, the surviving family members of the deceased person file a claim against the person legally responsible for the death. The ...
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