Legal Advice for Property Damage — 81 results
Written by attorney Samuel Warden, 8 months ago.
Everyone knows that once their car has been in an accident it worth less money, what is less well known is that in Ohio the insurance company for the at fault driver owes you for the... more
Written by attorney Eric James Hertz, 9 months ago.
There are some drivers out there who believe they own the road and drive accordingly. These drivers may become aggressive when others get in their way and may even scream obscenities, make... more
Written by attorney John Paul Burns, 11 months ago.
Riding is risky, but it doesnt have to be. When you are well educated on motorcycle safety and drive with a few basic principles in mind, you can avoid accidents and injury.
As Orange... more
Written by attorney John M O'Brien, 12 months ago.
The law requires you to report a boating accident in each of the following situations:
when a person dies
if a person is injured and needs medical care beyond first aid
in case the vessel... more
Written by attorney Timothy R. Miley, about 1 year ago.
After an accident it can be a challenge to determine who was at fault. In some cases, both parties may have acted carelessly. Negligence laws in West Virginia can affect both the right to... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, about 1 year ago.
Negligence is a term that is often thrown around. However, negligence in the legal sense has a specific meaning. Negligence is essentially the deviation by an individual or business from... more
Written by attorney Lisa Keylon, about 1 year ago.
There is an interesting discussion going on that is rocking the Homeowner Association Industry and it has to do with gun law. Lets take a look at it in a bit more detail as this probably... more
Written by attorney Grover Collins, about 1 year ago.
Recreational Vehicles on Property The Collins Law Firm Nashville
Since my family had a small farm in Middle Tennessee, I would often invite people to ride various ATVs. Even though we had... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.
identifying product hazards
Written by attorney Stewart Crawford, over 1 year ago.
Security Deposits. A security deposit (sometimes referred to as a damage deposit) is a sum of money that a landlord may charge a tenant to ensure that the rented property is not damaged or... more
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