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He may be trespassing, but you're still potentially liable
He may be trespassing, but you're still potentially liable

In his lighthearted and engaging book, The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid: A Memoir, author Bill Bryson describes growing up in a mid-west town in the 1950s. In one story, he recounts how at about age four, he wandered down his street to visit a friend. Finding no one ...

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Blog posts in March, 2016

  • Collecting double damages from a dog bite

    "Are there pets on the premises?" has become a standard question asked by workers who need to go onto people's property or into their homes. The owner ...

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  • Receiving compensation when there's third-party negligence

    Construction workers are, statistically, the workers most likely to get injured on the job. In 2012, construction workers accounted for almost 20 ...

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  • Is smartphone data being used in car accident lawsuits?

    Has the face of personal injury litigation changed? Thanks to smartphones and electronic evidence, that answer is yes. For example, in a recent ...

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