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Sometimes, judges and juries make the wrong decision. The American justice system allows the losing party in a civil or criminal trial to appeal and have the decision reviewed by a higher court.Learn more
When construction workers suffer an on-the-job accident those liable for dangerous working conditions should be held responsible.Learn more
When property owners and proprietors of businesses to which the public is invited fail to maintain reasonably safe premises and injuries occur as a result, victims may be entitled to compensation for their injuries.Learn more
The Boy Scouts of America filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy, and in response to the claims of abuse which have been made against them, have created a trust to pay claims of sexual abuse survivors. A recent decision stated that survivors can now file a sexual abuse claim regardless of age or location.
Failure to file by this deadline means you may be barred from filing a claim to recover damages for sexual abuse suffered as a result of (inadequate oversight?) by the Boy Scouts of America and related organizations.
Those injured by vaccines may be entitled to recovery under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.Learn more
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