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Dennis v. Ryan – Reasonableness and Necessity / Foundation

When I started to read Dennis v. Ryan, a memorandum decision from Division One today, I started to get excited. It seemed as though Jack Levine had finally gotten the break-through he’s been working on for so many years: getting the courts to see that, medical bills and records are al
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Motorcycle Riding – Preventing Fatal Accidents

Probably one of the most thrilling rides of your life may be on a motorcycle. As a rider, you experience a certain feeling of being a free spirit on the road while feeling the wind and sun on your face. You feel a sense of confidence, more than you feel when you are driving a car. But
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Motorcycle Accident and Injury Checklist: What to do if You’re Involved in a Motorcycle Accident

Motorcycle accidents do happen and are unfortunate occurrences in our daily life. With so many motorcyclists on the road, it is no surprise that there are more cases of accidents involving motorcycles. If you are involved in a motorcycle accident, it is important that you know what to
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Why an Accident Attorney’s Background Matters

When choosing an accident lawyer, it’s important to make sure you find one who specializes in the area of practice that describes your specific case. Make sure the accident attoney you choose has the expertise and the knowledge in handling such cases. Ask your lawyer about past
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Why You Need a Skilled Personal Injury Lawyer

Being involved in an auto accident or truck accident can be a traumatic experience. Aside from the physical pain you may experience due to injuries sustained from the accident, you would also bear emotional pain while reliving the circumstances of the accident. You may not be thinking
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Supreme Court Gives Broad Meaning to the Term “Public Records.”

The Supreme Court just issued an opinion in Lake v. City of Phx, braodly construing Arizona’s public records law.  The case concerns access to metadata embedded in electronic records which can show, among other things, whether electronic records were subsequently altered.  The Court r
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Tax Liability Arising Due to Confidentiality Clauses in Settlement Agreements

Did you know that a confidentiality clause can have tax consequences? This was the subject of a United States Tax Court opinion in Amos v. IRS (2003), the case where Dennis Rodman kicked a courtside TV cameraman in the groin. The Court held that, if a portion of a settlement is attrib
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Do You Know Your Contract Terms?

A recent national poll revealed that as many as 34% of homeowners do not even know what type of mortgage they had on their home. So, perhaps not surprisingly, many employees and business owners are unaware of the terms governing their contracts. If you have a business dispute the firs
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