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July 2016 Archives

Negligence does require some proof

Insurance companies are often sued when someone claims that an individual insured acted in a negligent fashion and those actions led to injury or damage for a third party. In most cases that don't involve on-the-job injuries, a claim of negligence usually has to come with evidence for it to be successful. As an insurance company, you want someone who will help show that evidence in a case does not warrant a decision that an accident or injury was your injured's fault.

How do you contest a will?

If your loved one has recently passed away, this can be a very trying time in terms of emotions. Unfortunately, it is also a time when family members must make numerous decisions and deal with legal processes for inheritances through probate. For some, this might mean the shock of discovering a will that seems out of character with the person who left it. While you can't usually successfully contest a will simply because you don't like its contents, you can contest a will if you believe the person who passed away would never have left such a document willingly.

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