Filing civil lawsuit for compensation from criminal case
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California Violent Crime Victims Civil Lawsuit Law

Violent crimes can cause pain and trauma to the victims. Nonetheless, money recovered in a civil lawsuit cannot compensate all damages and sufferings but it makes easier to cover medical bills and helps to start rebuilding the life after such an incident. A violent crime may be defined as an offense involving force or threat […]
how can I recover my damages?
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What Are the Main Types of Losses Which May Be Covered by Compensation in California Personal Injury Cases?

Dictionaries define losses as “unrecoverable and usually unanticipated and non-recurring removal of, or decrease in, an asset or resource”. In everyday life due to negligent acts of third persons everyone can suffer different losses. Fortunately, under California law a variety of losses might be compensated. Generally, there are three types of losses that can be […]
wrongful death vs. homicide
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What is the difference between wrongful death and criminal homicide?

A wrongful death and a criminal homicide case result in the death of a person. If it is a wrongful death case, the decedent’s relatives pursue the claim in civil court to get compensation for damages caused by the death of the person. If it is a criminal homicide case, the state is responsible for […]
comparative negligence under California law
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What is California Comparative Negligence Laws?

Oftentimes we meet the term “comparative negligence” when determining who is liable for recovering damages for caused personal injuries. Generally, comparative negligence indicates the fault of the liable parties upon the degree of their carelessness to the accident. For example, comparative negligence in an auto accident may relate to the headlamp, broken lights in the […]
What is Plagiarism
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Intellectual Property Law: What is Plagiarism?

You may have asked yourself ”What is plagiarism and how to avoid it?” In reality, it is rather hard to define plagiarism, as it may occur in all the spheres of human activity. Usually, plagiarism is defined as the wrongful appropriation of someone else’s ideas, words, thoughts and representing them as your own. Plagiarism is […]
Types of Business Entities
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What are the main Types of Business Entities?

There are several types of business entities that differ from one another considerably. One should know about each of them to be able to start a productive business. Hence, we will provide you with the brief description of each of business entity types in this article.
wrongful termination
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Wrongful Termination: What Remedies can I expect?

What is Wrongful Termination? In order to find out what kind of remedies you can expect when you have wrongfully been terminated, you should first of all consider what wrongful termination is. This is the case when an employee is discharged from employment for various reasons that are not legal.
Tesla investigation
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Tesla Investigation on stolen Model S that caught Fire

A Tesla investigation will be carried out on Model S Tesla vehicle that was stolen, chased by the police, then split in half and burned this weekend in Los Angeles. The automaker wants to study the parts that remained after the collision.
lemon law
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Does the California Lemon Law Cover Business Vehicles?

Wondering if the California lemon law applies to your company car or the truck you`ve bought for business purposes? The California lemon law generally provides protection for consumers who purchased or leased a new car covered by express written warranty for personal purposes. If the car dealer or automaker fails to fix car defect undertaking […]
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Lemon Law Buyback: What you should Know About It

If your vehicle, covered by original warranty, exhibits a substantial defect, which the automaker can`t eliminate within a reasonable number of repair attempts, it should be replaced or repurchased. According to the California Lemon Law, the manufacturer must make the car a safe operating vehicle, offer a replacement or refund the repurchase to satisfy its obligations. […]
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Why Car Leasing Is So Popular Today?

When in the market for a new vehicle consumers wonder whether it`s better to buy it or lease. In recent years leasing a car has become very popular mainly due to attractive lease terms offered by car dealers. When you can drive a vehicle off the dealer`s lot with approximately $199-$299-a month lease instead of […]
used car lemon law
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Lemon Law For Used Cars

Most of state lemon laws are designed to protect new car owners. Anyhow, it doesn`t mean that lemon law for used car doesn`t exist, and the customer who has bought a lemon has no recourse. Defective used car qualifies under the California Lemon Law when it comes with a warranty which can be either • […]
RV lemon law
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What Consumers Should Know About RV Lemon Law

Having home on wheels for traveling and enjoying the RV lifestyle is a dream for many consumers. But those who made major investments in recreational vehicles may have their dreams ruined if their motor homes have multiple problems while travelling, are constantly breaking down on the road or continuously taken to the dealer`s place for […]
california lemon law lawyer
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Why You Should Avoid California Lemon Law Arbitration

The California Lemon Law is one of the strongest and sophisticated statutes across the U.S. which it nearly impossible for automakers to evade lemon justice. Anyhow, car manufacturers always have chance to make use of consumers` lack of knowledge and leave them with their lemons and useless repairs without paying reimbursement. To avoid this kind […]
lemon law attorney
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Why You Should Hire a Lemon Law Attorney to File A Lemon Law Buyback Claim

As defined by the California lemon law statute the manufacturers are obliged to replace or repurchase vehicles still covered by original warranty when they are not able to fix vehicle defect within a reasonable number of attempts. If a lemon car is replaced or repurchased it is called a lemon law buyback. Vehicle owners entitled […]