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Dec 12, 2021

What Is the Difference Between Assault and Battery? While assault and battery are similar, they are not the same. When someone commits an act that causes the victim to have a reasonable fear of danger or unwanted touch, this is referred to as battery. Assault, on the other hand, occurs when someone intentionally injures or...

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When Is Murder a Federal Crime?

Nov 11, 2021

The elements that constitute the crime of murder may vary in different legal systems, but generally include the following: The homicide is premeditated, and the perpetrator still commits the relevant behavior even knowing that the relevant behavior will cause the death of others. Even if there is no specific target of murder, the relevant behavior...

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How Much Can You Sue for in a Car Accident?

Oct 16, 2021

One of the biggest dilemmas for car accident victims is how much they should be asking for in a car accident claim. The simple answer is as much as it takes to cover the resulting damages. Every crash is unique, and so are the outcomes. For instance, the damages resulting from a minor rear-end accident...

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Federal Health Care Fraud FAQ

Sep 22, 2021

Health care fraud is a serious charge that can be brought at the federal level. If you’re facing federal charges related to health care fraud, you need the help of an attorney with experience defending clients in federal court.  Constantly changing regulations in the health care industry means that even well-intentioned health care providers and...

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How Long After a Car Accident Can You Claim an Injury?

Aug 22, 2021

The most ideal time to start working on your car accident claim is when you discover the injuries. When you file a claim, you have the potential to receive compensation for all the pain, suffering, and other damages you have experienced from the crash.  Unfortunately, a claim that’s been filed early may also fail to...

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