How does the court determine fault for injuries suffered in a car accident?

The terms comparative fault and contributory negligence are legal doctrines often referred to during auto accident lawsuits to address whether the plaintiff will recover damages in full. More precisely, these terms determine the percentage of each party at fault to determine if damages are recoverable and to what extent. If you are injured in a car accident, you may be entitled to recover damages from

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DUI Accidents, Personal Injury, And Business Liability in Massachusetts

Going for the Source: How Liquor Liability Laws May Help in Your Fight for Personal Injury Compensation When someone intoxicated gets behind the wheel of a car, we all know that he or she can damage or end more lives than their own. But does the liability for injuries caused by a drunk-driving accident also extend beyond the single operator of a single vehicle? In

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I sustained a serious injury while working out at my gym. Is the gym liable?

Gym injuries are common, especially minor sprains and pulled muscles. If your own carelessness contributed to the incident, the gym may not be liable. However, when malfunctioning equipment or employee negligence causes an injury, you may have a personal injury case. Gyms are responsible for maintaining a reasonably safe workout environment. The gym should clean equipment regularly and maintain it properly. If you sustain an injury by slipping on a wet

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