Proving Your Business' Flooring Is Not At Fault For An Injury

Posted on: 10 April 2017

If you own your own business, and you recently had a mishap occur where someone is claiming they had fallen inside of your establishment due to neglect on your part, you are most likely concerned about any compensation you will be required to pay for their injuries. If you suspect the person is falsely accusing you and that they had pretended to fall for their own benefit, taking action will be necessary so you do not need to pay for their claimed hardship.
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Drive-Through Disasters: Mitigating Car Accidents and Business Buildings

Posted on: 23 November 2016

When business buildings do not have a drive-thru service, but drivers create their own drive-thru by driving through the sides or front of the business, that is a car accident for the books. If this has happened to your business, and a driver has driven his or her vehicle through a wall of your building, then you may need to sue. Before you hire a lawyer, however, you will need to get the car-insurance information from the driver responsible, after which you can do the following.
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FAQs About Proving Your Claim After a Dog Attack

Posted on: 14 September 2016

After surviving a dog attack, you have the right to take action. What consequences the owner can face vary by province, but the fact that you are entitled to compensation does not. If you have been bitten by a dog, here is what you need to know.    What Do You Have to Prove? What you have to prove to win your claim against the owner of a dog varies by province.
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Faqs About A Disability Insurance Claim Denial

Posted on: 15 June 2016

A denial of your disability insurance claim does not necessarily mean the end of the road. You can file an appeal to request a review of the decision. Before filing an appeal, here is what you need to know.  Why Was Your Claim Denied? A claim denial can occur for several reasons. For instance, some claims are denied because there is a lack of medical evidence. Lack of medical evidence could mean that the insurance company did not receive enough medical records from your medical care providers to make a decision.
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