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  • Punitive Damages vs. Compensatory Damages

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Mar 29, 2013

    When you are successful in winning a personal injury claim, the judge or jury will determine the amount of financial compensation, known as “damages,” that you are to receive. For example, if you have been injured in a car accident, you can be awarded damages for medical bills, car repairs, and lost wages from time off the job, all dependent upon the successful argument of your case. Todd Miner ...
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  • Responding to an Electrical Burn

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Mar 19, 2013

    Electrical burns are injuries caused by contact between the skin and a strong electrical current. While they are not the most common type of burn injury, they can be among the most dangerous. In a recent study of workplace injuries , about one in five electrical burns caused permanent disabilities. An electrical burn can be caused by a defective product , a negligently built or maintained home, or ...
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  • Strict Liability & Personal Injury

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Mar 7, 2013

    In the average personal injury case , the plaintiff needs evidence of negligence on the defendant’s part in order to win compensation. This entails demonstrating that the defendant owed a certain duty of care to the plaintiff, failed to meet it, and directly caused injuries or property damage to the plaintiff. The standards of evidence are different, however, when the case is built on the doctrine ...
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  • Teaching Your Dog Not to Bite

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Mar 2, 2013

    When you adopt or buy a new dog, you are not only bringing him into your home. You are also introducing your new pet to your community. As a result, you are considered legally responsible for making sure your dog is not a danger to anyone. If your dog bites someone who was not deliberately provoking someone, you will likely be liable for any resulting damage. Fortunately, it is rare for a properly ...
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