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Friday, January 17, 2014

Choosing a Litigation Attorney


Choosing a Litigation Attorney

If circumstances have required you to get involved in litigation, you may find the process of selecting an attorney to be overwhelming.  There are, however, some steps you can take to make the selection process a bit easier.

First, you should consider hiring someone who specializes in your type of case. If you had an automobile accident, consider hiring an attorney who exclusively practices personal injury law and preferably one with a track record of success in car accident cases. If you were wrongfully fired, hire a litigator with experience in employment rights.
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Friday, January 10, 2014

Do I Really Need Advance Directives for Health Care?


Do I Really Need Advance Directives for Health Care?

Advance directives for health care, as well as an estate plan including a will, are essential for every individual, regardless of their age.  For more information on setting up an estate plan and an advance directive for health care, contact the Read more . . .


Friday, October 11, 2013

Noland Law Firm, LLC. argues the Constintutionality of Missouri's Punitive Damages Cap in Front of Missouri Supreme Court


Noland Law Firm attorney Douglass F. Noland, argued the constitutionality of Missouri's cap on punitive damages before the Missouri Supreme Court on Wednesday, October 2, 2013.
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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

What You Should Know Before Settling a Personal Injury Claim with Your Insurer


 What Should You Do When Your Insurer Wants to Settle Your Personal Injury Case?

Hint: When You’re Injured, Your Relationship with Your Insurer Changes

Have you ever marveled at how much better an airline, retailer or other business is at processing your order and taking your money than it is at providing a refund? The reason isn’t technological and it isn’t because the refund process is somehow more difficult. It’s because the nature of the relationship between you and the business has changed. You are no longer a prospective customer the business is trying to woo or a current customer the business is trying to please. Instead, you’re a liability. And liabilities are on the bottom of most businesses’ priority list.
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Friday, September 20, 2013

Common Injuries in Automobile Accidents


Common Injuries in Automobile Accidents

If you have been involved in an automobile accident, you may be seriously injured and not even realize it. At least, not immediately. Serious injury can occur even in slow or low-impact collisions, and accidents which cause no damage to the vehicle. For example, accident victims can suffer from “whiplash” in collisions involving a sudden change in vehicle speed of just 2.5 miles per hour.


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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Are you Contemplating a Divorce? Know the Risks of "D-I-Y" Divorce.


Know the Risks of “D-I-Y” Divorce

 

If you or someone you know is contemplating a divorce, or dissolution, contact the Noland Law Firm, LLC.
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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Bringing a Claim for Injuries When the Accident Was Partly Your Fault


Bringing a Claim for Injuries When the Accident Was Partly Your Fault

In order to prevail in a personal injury case, you must be able to prove that your injuries were directly caused by the negligent actions of another. If you can prove that your injuries were at least partly caused by another, you may be able to receive compensation for your medical expenses, physical and emotional pain and suffering, permanent physical impairment or disfigurement, lost income, decreased earning capacity, property damage, or other economic losses. The Noland Law Firm, LLC.
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Monday, April 8, 2013

Should I Sue for My Injuries?


Whether you’ve been injured as result of a car accident, fall at the local market or a bite by a neighbor’s pit bull, you may be asking yourself, “Should I Sue?” Most people think they should, and that a sizable settlement payment will be forthcoming.

In our legal system, a negligent party is expected to pay for damages you incurred because of the accident or injury, such as medical costs, lost income, property damage, and pain and suffering. In certain cases, punitive damages may be awarded if a person’s conduct was malicious or intentional. Nevertheless, just because you have been injured does not necessarily mean that you should file a lawsuit, a decision which rests on multiple factors.

Such factors include the seriousness of your injury, the level of fault that rests with the negligent party, and your own liability for involvement in the accident or causing your own injury.
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