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Is My Dash Cam Footage Admissible in Court?

As camera technology gets smaller and less expensive, many car and truck owners are outfitting their vehicles with dashboard cameras, also known as dash cams. Cyclists and motorcyclists sometimes use similar cameras on their helmets. Often these cameras are just for recording the ride and scenery, but they also serve another purpose – recording footage…

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Autonomous Vehicles: Will They Ever Be Safe Enough?

Have there ever been times when, as a driver, you wish someone else could take the driving over for you? Maybe you would like to experience the feeling of going into autopilot whenever you have been traveling for too long on the road. Essentially, that is the premise of an autonomous vehicle. A fully autonomous…

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Can You Sue a School if a Child Is Hurt on Campus?

When you send your child off to school, it is with the expectation that they will spend the day learning and playing in an enriching, supervised environment. That is, after all, what school is meant to be. If the staff at school neglects to properly watch over their students, the school can be held accountable…

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Read This Before Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Personal injury law covers a pretty wide range of accidents and injuries in a variety of scenarios. Most people know that they might have a claim against the person or entity that caused them harm, but it’s important to take certain factors into consideration when making the decision to pursue legal action. The information below…

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How Public Nuisance Claims Work

Public nuisance is one of the oldest actions of law in the country. In legal terms, public nuisance is defined as “an unreasonable interference with a right common to the general public.” It was traditionally used as a remedy relating to the use of land, usually brought by government entities. However, over time, public nuisance…

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Insurance Demands for Social Media Data and Phone Accounts

Insurance policies almost always contain a “cooperation clause,” which mandates that policyholders cooperate with the insurance investigation when there is a claim for loss. Insureds who fail to cooperate may lose their right to their claim. In liability cases, the insurance carriers for the defendants will likely ask for phone records, social media data, and…

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Railroad Company Responsibility at Railroad Crossings

As a general rule, when cars or pedestrians cross a railroad track, they are crossing as the railroad company’s guest. As with property liability claims, the railroad company owes you a duty of care to ensure the crossing area is safe – in the same way businesses need to make sure their property doesn’t have…

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What Parents Need to Know about Teen Drivers and Car Insurance

Parents want their kids to be happy and productive. Today’s parents appreciate that when they were young, they wanted to get their licenses to drive as soon as they could. In Arizona, having a car means greater freedom for the teen and parents. But with a car comes responsibility, and with responsibility comes purchasing insurance.…

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