Malpractice


Burden of Proof

Resa Ipsa Loquitor

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Much of legal malpractice law is based on some form of negligence. To be deemed negligent in legal malpractice a certain set of criteria needs to be met. The doctrine
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Infliction of Mental Distress

Recently there has been a new form of tort laws attempting to cover a wide range of human nature that was not protected under the law. Suffering and distress are
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Fraudulent Concealment of Evidence

There are many steps to a court case that need to be met and followed in order for the process to proceed legally. One of the earliest steps after a
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Burden of Proof Overview

Medical malpractice is a serious issue in the United States, and an expense one to litigate as well. The plaintiffs must be completely sure that a form of medical malpractice
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Reasonable Suspicion Defined

In many instance, law enforcement professionals must use their best judgment to govern their actions and behavior. Reasonable suspicion is
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Importance of Probable Cause

In order for a law enforcement officer to arrest an individual, the officer must have probable cause that the individual
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Be Aware of Prejudgment Remedy

A prejudgment remedy is a technique that may be used by creditors during financial lawsuits. In the event that a
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Do I Get A Rebuttal

The process of carrying out a criminal trial is intended to ensure that both parties involved in the trial have
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Being Guilty By Suspicion

In many criminal cases, reasonable suspicion is present, and suggests that a defendant is likely guilty of the crime that he/she has been accused of committing. A defendant may have
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