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Archive for June 2016

Wrongful Death in the Eyes of Law

Wrongful death occurs due to negligence on part of an individual. The claim is filed in the court to by the immediate family members, or close relatives of the person to make the guilty party pay for the willful or negligent behavior that resulted in the death of another person. In this article we will…

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Wrongful Death Law

Wrongful Death Defined Basically, a wrongful death claim may also be described as a special kind of personal injury lawsuit that is only made when an individual loses his or her life because of another party’s negligence or intentional act. When Does It Apply? Wrongful death law may be applied only to those tort (personal…

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Family Law and the Institution of Marriage

The institution of marriage is arguably the oldest institution in the world. Long before the advent of civilization, the process of selecting a permanent mate had become part of prehistoric society. And even in those ancient times there were certain rules and regulations for leaving your partner. Over millennia these rules coalesced into a universal…

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Personal Injury Law (Or Law of Tort)

Description The term commonly used to describe it is “Tort.” It’s derived from the Latin term which means “to twist.” Unlike “criminal law” the state is not responsible for the persecution and eventual punishment of the wrong dower.  Instead, the injured party (i.e. the plaintiff) typically seeks some form of compensation (also referred to as…

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Scope of Family Law

What is Family Law? Families are not only the most basic and oldest units of human society but also its smallest as well, and as such, have played a pivotal role in the creation of human civilization as we know it today. In fact, family units are the basic blocks on which the entire edifice…

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DWI: Legal Repercussions

DWI (Driving While Impaired) is slightly different from driving under the influence because in many states of the US DUI refers only to driving under the influence of alcohol and or narcotics. But Driving While Impaired may mean the driver’s judgement may be impaired by many reasons such as illegal narcotics, alcohol or even prescription…

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Rickards Law Wins Appeal In Involuntary Commitment Case

The Appellate Division of New Jersey has sided with The Law Office of Jordan B. Rickards, Esq., in an appeal of a decision involving the involuntary commitment of a patient under the care of the State of New Jersey. Rickards was hired by J. Daniela Fama, Esq., representing the State of New Jersey, to write…

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