Law Blogs of 2020 – 5 Top Law Blogs

Law Blogs of 2020 – 5 Top Law Blogs

What are a Few of the Top Law Blogs of 2020? There are thousands of law blogs online. With so many informational sites, it is good to know which are the best law blogs of 2020. Law blogs are referenced by legal experts, law students and citizens alike. And so, we've...

Breach Of Contract

Breach Of Contract

Breach Of Contract No matter if you are a consumer or business professional, contracts hold deals together and let us move forward with peace of mind. A contract ensures us that a business will deliver the product or service it promised. But, the contract...

Tulsa Civil Attorney

Tulsa Civil Attorney

Civil ProcedureDue process of law means assurance to you that all legal proceedings are fair to all parties concerned. It also guarantees that you receive notice before any legal proceedings take place. In most states, this happens through certified mail,...

Punitive Damages

If the evidence shows that the doctor, nurse or other health care provider acted willfully, wantonly, maliciously, fraudulently, with bad faith or with a conscious indifference to the potential consequences, the plaintiff may be entitled to punitive damages. Punitive...

Res Ipsa Loquitur

If a patient is injured as the result of a medical procedure, but does not know exactly what caused his or her injury, but it is an injury that would not have occurred without negligence by a health care provider, the plaintiff might be able to invoke the legal...

Cause In Fact

There are two types of causation: actual cause (cause-in-fact) and proximate cause. The defendant’s actions are the cause-in-fact of the plaintiff’s injury if the plaintiff would not have been injured “but for” the defendant’s wrongful act, or if the plaintiff’s...

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