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Written by attorney Peter Joseph Lamont | Apr 2, 2016

Duty to Mitigate Damages | Legal How To UTLRadio.com

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In this video you will learn about the plaintiff's duty to mitigate his or her damages. Find out what mitigation means and what happens to your damages if you fail to mitigate. This is important information for those being represented by an attorney or who are representing themselves, pro se.

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