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Personal Injury - Premises Liability - Slip & Fall Accidents In Rhode Island by A RI Lawyer-Attorney
In Rhode Island, Premises liability is the area of Personal Injury law, which attempts to hold a real estate owner or the person in possession of real estate liable as a result of an accident causing injuries to a person who was using the property. A premises liability case is a type of personal injury case. The broader term of Premises liability also encompasses "slip and fall" or "trip and fall" personal injury accidents. [April 23, 2008 10:44:28 am]

Rhode Island Personal Injury Frequently Asked Questions and Extensive Answers From A RI Attorney
This is an extensive list of frequently asked questions as well as detailed answers concerning Rhode Island Personal Injury Claims and car accidents. How do I determine how much money I am entitled to as a result of the accident? [November 09, 2007 10:07:04 am]

Rhode Island Personal Injury Law FAQS and Automobile - Car Accidents - by a RI Lawyer - Attorney
This article is an overview of the Rhode Island Personal Injury, slip and fall and car accident claims process. This article answers the following questions- How do Rhode Island lawyers charge for personal injury & automobile (auto) accident cases? If I hire a Rhode Island personal injury attorney, how does the process work? My attorney is unable to settle the case with the insurance adjuster, then what happens next? How do I obtain evidence of my personal injury? Will my lawyer keep what I tell him confidential? What type of costs are typically incurred in Rhode Island (RI) personal injury cases. [April 09, 2007 08:55:51 am]

Personal Injury - Car - Auto Accidents - Slip & Fall Rhode Island FAQS by a RI Lawyer
When I meet my personal injury lawyer for the first time, are there any particular documents I should bring with me? What type of information will the attorney request at the initial consultation concerning my Rhode Island personal injury or automobile accident case? What usually happens at the first consultation? What is necessary to have a valid personal injury case? What exactly is a settlement in a personal injury case? What if I am unhappy with the lawyer who is handling my case? In Rhode Island, do I have the right to obtain a new lawyer? If I obtain a new lawyer who will pay for the legal services rendered by the old attorney? Is it a good idea to wait a period of time before I hire an attorney? What types of cases are typically handled on a contingent fee basis? Am I required to give a recorded statement to the insurance company upon their request? [September 19, 2007 10:31:04 am]

Rhode Island RI Personal Injury Law FAQS - Automobile - Car Accident - Damages - Pain & Suffering
Rhode Island personal injury law: auto - car - motorcycle accident frequently asked questions with answers written by RI personal injury attorney. The questions and answers include the following: [March 15, 2007 09:21:13 am]

If I Need A New Rhode Island Personal Injury Attorney, How Will My Old Lawyer Be Paid?
Rhode Island attorney David Slepkow answers the following personal Injury questions. If I am unhappy with the Rhode Island personal injury lawyer who is handling my case, do I have the right to obtain a new attorney? If I obtain a new personal injury lawyer who will pay for the legal services rendered by the old attorney? [November 27, 2007 02:25:35 pm

How Do I Get My Personal Property When There Is A No Contact Order Or Restraining Order?
This article addresses how to obtain personal belongings (property) such as clothes in Rhode Island (RI) when there is a criminal no contact order / Family Court restraining order or District Court Restraining Order in effect. When a person is arrested or a restraining order enters involving their wife or girlfriend who they reside with, the accused often needs to obtain his or her clothes and personal belongings. Personal belongings usually consists of personal property such as clothes, sneakers, toiletries, uniforms, work uniforms, personal effects etc. There are several proper ways for an accused to obtain his / her personal belongings when there is a no contact order / restraining order in effect: [March 27, 2008 08:22:57 am]

10 Important Steps to Take If You Are Injured in a Car Accident
[Legal:Personal-Injury] If you are involved in a Rhode Island Car Accident, there are many important steps you can take to protect your rights and help you get the best Personal Injury settlement Possible. Please follow the steps set forth below and contact a Rhode Island Auto Accident Lawyer. This article was written by a Rhode Island Personal Injury Attorney.

 

 

 

 

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