Exploring Civil Case Proceedings

Exploring Civil Case Proceedings

  • After The Divorce Checklist: 3 Essential Things You Must Do

    Divorces can take a long time from start to finish, but even when a divorce is legally executed, there are still things that must be done. As your divorce is coming to a close, now is the time to start thinking about these things and taking care of them. Here are three things that you may need to do once the judge approves the dissolution of your marriage. Follow Through with Divorce Decree

  • Under-Age Injury: When Children Sue Their Parents

    When you think of personal injury lawsuits, you probably think of typical slip-and-fall cases or car accidents. Some truly bizarre cases often make headlines, but a new phase in personal injury include children who take their parents to court on injury charges. Can a child really win a case against their own parent in court? Check out some of these circumstances that could spell a win for a child. College Tuition

  • Are Minors Covered Under Workers' Compensation?

    When people think of workplace injuries, they tend to focus on adults who are hurt on the job. The reality is that teens can and do sustained injuries while at their places of employment. According to some statistics, as many as 27,000 teens are hurt badly enough on the job to require hospitalization. Despite being minors, underage employees are also covered by workers' compensation and eligible for the same rights and benefits.

  • IUD Injuries: Why Some Women Are Filing Lawsuits

    Most sexually active women in the United States have used one form of contraception at some point in their lives. Indeed, according to the Guttmacher Institute, the typical American woman will need to use contraception for three decades. Women now have more choice of contraceptives than ever, but some methods present health risks that can cause serious injuries. Find out how one contraceptive method (the intrauterine device) works, and learn more about the lawsuits that some women are filing because of their injuries.

  • 2 Types Of Losses To Sue For In A Medical Malpractice Case

    After suffering from an injury or medical problem due to medical malpractice, you may decide to sue the doctor or hospital. Suing for medical malpractice is your right, but you will have to prove that the doctor or facility was negligent in some way. When you sue, your attorney will help you calculate the damages of the case, and there are numerous things that are included in this figure. The basic damage you can sue for is medical expenses for the injury that was caused, but there are two other things you can sue for.

About Me

Exploring Civil Case Proceedings

Hello and welcome, I'm Winfred Paulo. I have a passion for civil court cases of all kinds. Some time back, I ended up in the thick of a civil case after a lengthy dispute with my neighbor. The dispute went on for years and ended badly with an incident that landed us both in court. We had to prove our side of the case in an effort to obtain a positive outcome and recoup our losses. Unfortunately, I lost the case due to a lack of evidence. Since then, I've maintain a strong interest in civil cases and their proceedings. I will share information about civil cases on this site to help others understand these proceedings better. I may talk about legal terms, and expected outcomes for each case type. I hope you visit often to learn more. Thanks for stopping by my website.