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Andrew Daniel Myers

Andrew Myers’s Legal Guides

215 total


  • PERSONAL INJURY: Violation of Highway Rules of the Road = Negligence

    Violation of the rules of the road can underlie a finding of negligence. Where motor vehicle operators, in contravention of rules of the road, drive aggressively and cause an accident, a finding of negligence is not far behind. This is especially true of highway driving, where co...

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  • PERSONAL INJURY: Rules of the Road & Pedestrians

    Violation of the rules of the road can underlie a finding of negligence. Where motor vehicle operators, in contravention of rules of the road, drive aggressively and cause an accident, a finding of negligence is not far behind. With respect to pedestrians, there are rules for bot...

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  • PERSONAL INJURY: Violations of Rules of The Road on Traffic Lights

    Violation of the rules of the road can underlie a finding of negligence. Where motor vehicle operators, in contravention of rules of the road, drive aggressively and cause an accident, a finding of negligence is not far behind. Some of the more misunderstood rules of the road cov...

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  • PERSONAL INJURY: Rules of the Road - Speeding & Negligence

    Speeding is a main cause of motor vehicle crashes. When speeding, you need more distance to react and safely stop your vehicle. 1. You must never travel too fast for prevailing conditions. That is the fundamental rule of the road regarding speed. Even if the speed limit is high,...

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  • BANKRUPTCY: Disclosures 2

    At the time that any potential bankruptcy filerseeks bankruptcy advice from an attorney, the attorney is required by law to give certain disclosures to the potential client. Some of the disclosures set out the potential filer's obligations, others, including those below, are an a...

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  • BANKRUPTCY: Disclosures 1

    At the time that bankruptcy relief is sought, attorneys must provide certain disclosures to the potential bankruptcy filer. THe disclosures requires to be provided inform the potential bankruptcy filer of certain obligation under the code, including the following: (A) all informa...

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  • PERSONAL INJURY: Suing The Government

    No, You Can't: Under the concept of sovereign immunity government entities at all levels were shielded against liability and could not be sued. The King can do no harm is the way it was put. For centuries, immunity from negligence law suits has been granted to government units, p...

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  • PERSONAL INJURY: Causation

    A crucial ingredient in every personal injury/negligence case is causation. It is not enough to show that the other person or entity is liable and that you have injuries. It might seem technical to someone not through the process before, but all injuries must be causally related ...

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  • Personal Injury: Strict Liability

    While proof of negligence is required in order to obtain an award of damages in the civil legal system, there are exceptions. One such exception is strict liability. Imposing liability without demonstration of fault goes against the fault-based underpinnings of negligence law; th...

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  • PERSONAL INJURY: Accidents Don't "Just Happen"

    Negligent conduct: To say that an accident was not intentional, but just an accident, does not answer the question of civil liability. Negligence is the legal term used to characterize behavior that creates unreasonable risk of harm to persons and property. A person acts negligen...

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