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If your vehicle has been substantially damaged or written-off following a motor vehicle accident, you likely have questions about compensation, and little information at your disposal.
An injury that impacts your ability to perform household tasks like cooking, cleaning, laundry, or yardwork can quickly put the value of your ability to do those things into perspective.
Previously on this blog we have written about the most common injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents (MVAs).
Failure to mitigate is a common defence advanced by Defendants in personal injury lawsuits.
A common argument advanced by Defendants in slip and fall litigation is that the Plaintiff was partially responsible for his or her own misfortune.
What is questioning? Questioning is an important part of the pre-trial process of gathering and disclosure of relevant and material information, which may eventually become evidence.