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Wrongful Death Statistics

By Payer Law Group |

The death of a loved one takes an extremely large emotional and mental toll. This is even more true when the cause of death is due to preventable causes such as vehicle accidents like motorcycle crashes. The force and trauma of a motorcycle crash can cause serious personal injuries to the motorcyclist and rider,… Read More »

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5 Elements of Negligence

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Nobody wants to become the victim of medical malpractice. The thought of this happening to you or somebody you know is a terrifying concept. We expect our doctors to be the cure to our ailments and finding out that they were negligent with our care is both scary and a cause for financial compensation…. Read More »

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What Do You Do if Your Spouse Died in a Car Accident

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When your spouse passes away as a result of a serious car accident, the emotional and financial trauma that you suffer can be catastrophic. You should not have to suffer through the wrongful death of a loved one alone. Contacting a wrongful death attorney can help you receive compensation for the loss. For more… Read More »

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What Qualifies as Wrongful Death?

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The loss of a loved one can be an incredible difficult thing to handle. You may be overwhelmed with the process of handling life without them and there may be a number of things to take care of in their absence. However, if someone else is responsible for their death, can you seek legal… Read More »

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What Happens to My Spouse's House If It Has a Reverse Mortgage?

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Senior residents can take a reverse mortgage on their homes. This product is allowed by lenders to borrowers who are of 62 years or older. The main aim of this kind of mortgage is to enable the senior residents to meet their retirement expenses and enjoy the rest of their lives. This mortgage differs… Read More »

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