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Jon Mitchell Jackson

Jon Jackson’s Legal Guides

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  • Electrical Injuries and Death

    Who is Injured and How Can Electrical Injuries Happen? Tree trimmers and crane operators can come into contact with "hot" wires without notice or time to react. Digging ditches with a pick or shovel

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  • Construction Site Accidents

    Construction Site Injuries and Deaths Thousands of construction workers are injured or killed in construction site accidents each year. Construction companies must inspect each site with safety engi

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  • Emotional Distress Injuries

    There Are Two Types of Emotional Distress If you are a victim of the negligent or intentional actions of another person that causes you emotional distress, you may be able to recover for your damages

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  • Government Liability and Claims

    Scope of Conduct Issues A person is generally found to be acting within the scope of his/her employment if his/her conduct was authorized by competent authority (for example, a supervisor or a standa

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  • Identity Theft: Problems and Solutions

    California Cases In California, a two year old law exist requiring all information brokers to notify all California residents when data files have been stolen. Without this law, we believe that infor

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  • Insurance Bad Faith

    Pattern of Greed 2007: How Insurance Companies Put Profits over Policyholders Ever have a problem with your insurance company? Guess what. You're not alone! This report reveals that in the two yea

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  • Insurance Bad Faith: The 10 Worst Insurance Companies in America

    Insurance Bad Faith, Fraud, and More Brand New! Insurance Bad Faith and Wrongdoing- Researchers at the American Association for Justice (AAJ) undertook a comprehensive investigation of thousands of

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  • What is a "C" Corporation?

    Be Smart: Protect Your Business and Assets A "C Corporation" (or simply a Corporation) is considered by law to be a unique entity separate from those that own it. As an individual entity, a corporat

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  • What is an "S" Corporation?

    More about "S" Corporations A subchapter "S" Corporation, also called an S Corporation, is a corporation that once incorporated, elects a special tax status. The Subchapter S tax election enables the

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  • What is a Limited Liability Company?

    Limited Liability Details In today’s world, statistics show that we will each be sued at least two to three times during our lifetime. Business owners and professionals have a one in three chance of

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