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What Happens if I Am Partially at Fault for an Accident?
What Happens if I Am Partially at Fault for an Accident?

Person injury law is centered around fault. The person responsible for an injury should compensate the injured. It is the very backbone of civil justice. Imagine, then, that you are hurt in an accident, but you know you are partly to blame. Let’s say you slip on a puddle in ...

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    Person injury law is centered around fault. The person responsible for an injury should compensate the injured. It is the very backbone of civil justice. Imagine, then, that you are hurt in an ...

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