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Personal Injury Vs. Bodily Injury: What’s the Difference

Personal Injury Vs. Bodily Injury: What’s the Difference Accidents happen, and unfortunately, they can lead to injuries. When it comes to legal matters, understanding the distinction between personal injury vs. bodily injury is crucial. While these terms are often used interchangeably, they have distinct meanings in the legal context. This blog post will clarify these …

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Type Of Personal Injury Cases Explained

Type Of Personal Injury Cases Explained

Type Of Personal Injury Cases Explained Have you ever been injured because of someone else’s negligence or intentional act? Don’t worry; personal injury law has your back!  Personal injury law, or tort law, lets injured persons seek compensation when they get harmed because of someone else’s negligence or intentional actions. There are several critical cases …

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E-bike and Lithium Batteries

E-Bike And Scooter Lithium Ion Batteries Pose Serious And Fatal Risk

Warning: E-Bike And Scooter Lithium Ion Batteries Pose Serious And Fatal Risk Since their legalization three years ago, e-bikes and scooters have become a hot topic in New York, especially regarding safety concerns. Despite their impressive battery life and quick charging, serious safety hazards come with these vehicles. As concerned and compassionate community members, Mokaram …

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