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An accident at work defined as an external, unintended, violent, unexpected and sudden event, during implementation of work or at work place, which causes injuries to health or life to employee. If you get injured at work place or witness any, you have to fill out a work accident injury report.
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Accident at work usually occurs due to lack of proper safety and security measures. The standard of safety measures provided by the company may not be up to the mark, thereby creating a situation where the worker is prone to life threatening accidents.
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Consider these scenarios for a moment. If injured in a motor vehicle accident while traveling from office to home. Your neighbor's dog bit you while you are strolling near your house. You slipped on your neighbor's slippery foot pavement. Do you find any common thing among these scenarios? In each of the above cases, the injuries happened due to negligence of another person, and all injuries qualify for filling a personal injury claim, if you can prove it. Here we shall discuss about some instructions that need to follow to resolve a personal injury claim.
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An injury suffered due to accidents ruins the life of an individual and seriously limits the ability to work leading to financial strain and mental agony. You can sustain injuries anywhere, on the road, in your office or house, while on holiday or just while strolling on a damaged pavement.
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The burden of proof in personal injury cases lies with the plaintiff. It is for the plaintiff to prove before the court that the defendant caused the victim's injuries and not the other way round. The defendant does not need to prove that he/she was not in any way responsible. Rather, the defendant would try to prevent the plaintiff from proving the same.
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Accidents are unfortunate occurrences that happen suddenly without any apparent cause, at any time or any place resulting in injury to the victim. Injuries are suffered in accidents at workplaces, roads, trips or falls on damages pavement, criminal acts or medical negligence.
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A conditional fee (in the U.K) and contingent fee (in the U.S) is any fee for services on a condition that the fee is only applicable if there is a positive result. No win no fee is a general term referred in the English legal system, and is a conditional fee agreement between a lawyer and his/her client, where the lawyer will take a client's law case on the condition that if the case is lost then no payment is done. But, if the lawyer wins the case, then he/she will be entitled to his regular fee based on hourly billing, plus a success fee.
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Unless shareholders in a company agree otherwise (in either a shareholders agreement or the company's articles of association) they can transfer the shares they hold to anyone they like whenever they want to. Whilst this may be acceptable, and indeed a requirement, for companies listed on a stock exchange, it is generally not suitable for private companies that do not have a large number of shareholders.
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A former manufacturing worker who took on the trustee of her superannuation fund and its insurer has triumphed in the County Court of Victoria and been awarded a disability insurance benefit, ending a four-year legal battle. Lawyer Dina Tutungi, from Slater & Gordon Lawyers said the win served as a warning to superannuation members nationally that they should not always accept the decision made by their funds and insurers, if their claim for a Total and Permanent Disability Benefit (TPD) benefit was rejected.
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Arguing for custody of your children is believably the last thing you imagined doing in your life. Unfortunately when divorce becomes unpreventable and you have children, this is something you must face. In handling a divorce, couples often disagree on who will be the custodian and who will have visitation. When an agreement can't be reached, it's up to a judge.
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