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Can I Sue for Wrongful Death or Injury of My Dog or Cat in Boise, Idaho?

BOISE or NAMPA, Idaho. It’s a pet owner’s worst nightmare: your dog or cat has been hit by a car. If your dog or cat survives his or her injury, vet expenses can go into the thousands of dollars, not to mention the emotional suffering of the

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit: Four Kinds of Claims You Can Make in Idaho

Wrongful Death Lawsuit: Four Kinds of Claims You Can Make in Idaho

If you’ve lost a loved one in Boise or Nampa, Idaho due to another person’s negligence, your family may be facing tragic and difficult times. For the surviving children, spouses, and parents, there are no words that can offer consolation. Individuals bring wrongful death claims not just

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Fires in Idaho Pose Traffic Danger

Fires in Idaho Pose Traffic Danger

Fires in Idaho have created hazy conditions and have destroyed 380,000 acres. According to the Idaho Statesman, more land in Idaho is on fire than any other state. Weather conditions may only make the fires worse. The fires are widespread and have moved closer to communities and

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Is the U.S. Becoming a Country of Older Vehicles?

According to U.S. News & World Report, the average age of cars on U.S. highways is currently 11.5 years. Since 2002, the average age of vehicles on the road has been getting older. This is due to many factors, including the recession and improvements in vehicles that

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How to Maximize Witness Testimony for Your Personal Injury Claim

How to Maximize Witness Testimony for Your Personal Injury Claim

Witness testimony can be one of the most important pieces of evidence for your personal injury case should the case go to court. Even if your case doesn’t go to court, a written witness statement could be used to help facilitate an out-of-court settlement. Given the importance

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When a Yellow Light Turns Red—To Stop or Not to Stop?

When a Yellow Light Turns Red—To Stop or Not to Stop?

We all know that the law requires us to stop at red lights and that green means “go,” but yellow lights inhabit a no man’s land when it comes to traffic law. We’ve all found ourselves in a situation where we’ve reached an intersection at full speed

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What is Defensive Driving?

Defensive driving is a term often used in driver’s education courses. For many people, defensive driving just means “safe driving.” Yet, defensive driving is actually a set of driving tools individuals can use when they are out on the road to guard themselves against accidents. In short,

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How Facebook and Twitter Could Negatively Affect Your Personal Injury Case

How Facebook and Twitter Could Negatively Affect Your Personal Injury Case

Facebook has over 1 billion users. That’s one seventh of the human population alive on earth today. Twitter boasts about 271 million active users. These forms of communication can keep us connected to friends and family who live across the world. They keep us informed about the

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School District Liable for 3.5 Million in Driver’s Ed Crash Says Idaho Supreme Court

School District Liable for 3.5 Million in Driver’s Ed Crash Says Idaho Supreme Court

The story is tragic. A fifteen year-old boy was killed while performing a maneuver under the guidance of his driver’s education instructor. The driving instructor apparently told the boy to make a three-point turn on a road that turned out to be icy, have limited visibility, and

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Independent Medical Examinations: What You Need to Know

Independent Medical Examinations: What You Need to Know

If you’ve been a victim of a car accident or have suffered a personal injury, there are many things you may be juggling. You may be facing exorbitant medical bills, a long rehabilitation process, physical therapy, missed time at work, and may be facing money worries about

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