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A Summary of the Law of Torts Part I - Intentional Torts & Criminal and Civil Interplay
Any conduct that is a breach of our duty of care to others is a tort, and can result in civil liability to you or your business. Since no justice system can order someone to give someone back their health, civil law allows for injured parties to be "made whole" for their injuries... more...

Posted over 6 years ago.


A Summary of the Law of Torts (Personal Injury Law) Part II – Reckless and Negligent conduct
Part I of this series of articles included a discussion of intentional torts which result in criminal and civil liability for injuries caused by that conduct. Reckless conduct is also a tort, because it too is a breach of the duty of care all individuals and businesses owe to e... more...

Posted about 6 years ago.


Q: Who Is Responsible for Calculating Personal Injury Awards and How Do They Do It?
A: Jurors use Simple Math Formulas to do so. Many are curious about how damages are determined in Personal Injury Claims. Big awards are eye catching and can seem disturbing to someone reading a quick blurb in the news. Lawyers appear on commercials touting big verdicts to ... more...

Posted over 6 years ago.


Do you know what it means to be Negligent? Understanding this can protect your Business from exposure to Injury claims
You or your business should know what it means to be negligent so that you can assess the risks of your activities and be a better risk manager. As I described in my last article in this series on Personal Injury Law, negligent conduct is the lowest level of breach of a duty of ... more...

Posted about 6 years ago.


How to Start a Youth Sports Organization
Determine the proper type of entity for your youth sports organization. The most common type of entity for a youth sports organization is a not for profit corporation. Other possible entities are LL more...

Posted over 8 years ago.