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July 2018 Archives

Retail hazards that commonly cause injuries

Dangers can arise in any environment, but when we visit a public space such as a retail store, we never expect that we will become injured due to a preventable hazard that was not addressed by the premises. When injuries like this occur, an injured person will likely suffer pain, need to take time off work and lose wages as a result, and they may also need to pay a significant amount in medical bills.

Conveyancing in Arizona

When a home is sold to a new owner, conveyancing is the process of transferring this property in a measured and organized way. There are some legal requirements that must be observed when transferring property, and these legal requirements help to protect both the buyer and the seller.

Fitness center hot tubs can be dangerous

Going to a hotel or a fitness center and enjoying facilities such as the hot tub can be a fun activity for all the family. It can provide an opportunity to have much needed relaxation time. However, occasionally hot tubs can present dangers and lead to injuries, especially when they have not been adequately maintained by the premises.

Protecting your assets through the use of a trust

When people create trusts, they generally do so for a number of different reasons. They might want to create a trust in the name of a relative for inheritance reasons, they might create a charitable trust so that their assets will be donated to a chosen charity after their death or they may want to protect their assets by keeping them out of the grasp of creditor claims.

Comparing trusts with wills in estate planning

When starting to plan your estate, it can be sightly confusing to figure out whether creating a trust or a will is more beneficial. Deciding on wills and trusts can be done after a careful analysis of your financial situation, as well as who you want to benefit from your estate and how.

Making a claim for being overserved in a bar

When you order a drink in a bar, you expect to be served what you originally ordered, and the amount that you originally ordered, too. This is especially true when you go to a bar and order a nonalcoholic drink, because you may intend to drive or engage in another activity that should not be mixed with alcohol.

What to do immediately after an injury on a premises

When you have been injured in a premises such as a bar, a restaurant or a shopping mall in Arizona, you may be confused as to how you should take action. If you believe that your injury was the fault of the premises, it is very important that you consider the damages that you have suffered and how your can hold the premises responsible.

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