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Free Report: Tricks to Avoiding Motorcycle Accidents in Arkansas


There is no question that riding a motorcycle can be dangerous.  Although they do not provide the best protection in an accident, they do come with incredibly powerful brakes, obstruction-free vision, excellent handling and tires with a good grip. If you can stay calm, use common sense and follow these helpful tricks, you may be [ ] The post Free Report: Tricks to Avoiding Motorcycle Accidents in Arkansas appeared first on Cottrell Law Office | Arkansas Personal Injury Attorney.
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Free Report: Liability for Injuries to Trespassers in Missouri


The general rule is that landowners do not have a presumed duty to keep their premises safe for the benefit of a trespasser.  The only conduct for which a property owner would possible have liability for, would be willful or wanton misconduct.  Every state has established its own laws with regard to the duty owed a trespasser.  So, what type of liability can you have for the injuries of a trespasser on your property, in Missouri? Click here to read the whole report or download the PDF. The post Free Report: Liability for Injuries to Trespassers in Missouri appeared first on Cottrell Law Office | Arkansas Personal Injury Attorney.
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Free Report: Workers Compensation Survivor Benefits in Arkansas


If an employee suffers an injury at work, which results in his or her death, the employee’s surviving family members may be entitled to certain Workers Compensation benefits.  Every state has its own Workers Compensation laws that govern the type and amount of benefits that are available, including Arkansas. Those rules also establish who is entitled to survivor benefits after the death of an eligible employee. Topics covered in this report include:  When are Workers Compensation Survivor Benefits Available in Arkansas? Who is entitled to survivor benefits in Arkansas? What types of survivor benefits are available? Who is responsible for paying the benefits?  How long do survivor benefits last? How to make a claim for survivor benefits Can survivor benefits be denied or reduced? Click here to read the whole article or download the PDF.
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Free Report: Workers Compensation Survivor Benefits in Arkansas


If an employee suffers an injury at work, which results in his or her death, the employee’s surviving family members may be entitled to certain Workers Compensation benefits.  Every state has its own Workers Compensation laws that govern the type and amount of benefits that are available, including Arkansas. Those rules also establish who is entitled to survivor benefits after the death of an eligible employee. Topics covered in this report include:  When are Workers Compensation Survivor Benefits Available in Arkansas? Who is entitled to survivor benefits in Arkansas? What types of survivor benefits are available? Who is responsible for paying the benefits?  How long do survivor benefits last? How to make a claim for survivor benefits Can survivor benefits be denied or reduced? Click here to read the whole article or download the PDF.
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Free Report: How Juries Calculate Missouri Personal Injury Awards

Leaving the final decision on compensation in the hands of a jury is always a risk, one that most both parties in a personal injury case often prefer to resolve through settlement, if at all possible.  Topics covered in this whitepaper include: The Role of the Jury at Trial Reviewing the Evidence Determining the Facts Applying the Law to the Facts Creating an Emotional Appeal to a Jury Considering Pain and Suffering Click here to read the whole article or download the PDF. The post Free Report: How Juries Calculate Missouri Personal Injury Awards appeared first on Cottrell Law Office | Arkansas Personal Injury Attorney.
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Free Report: Missouri Dog Bites: Strict Liability vs. The “One Bite” Rule

In most cases, the dog bite rule followed in each state is recognized as one of two theories: strict liability or the “one bite” rule. These two concepts are very different.  Topics covered in this whitepaper include: The “One Bite” Rule The Owner’s Knowledge of the Propensity To Bite  Strict Liability Dog Bite Laws How Strict Liability for Dog Bites Works Dog Bite Laws in Missouri and Arkansas Missouri’s Comparative Negligence Doctrine Click here to read the whole article or download the PDF. The post Free Report: Missouri Dog Bites: Strict Liability vs. The One Bite Rule appeared first on Cottrell Law Office | Arkansas Personal Injury Attorney.
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Free Report: Appealing the Denial of a Missouri Social Disability Claim

Being eligible for Social Security Disability Income, often referred to as SSDI, requires proof of a qualifying disability. The federal statutes define exactly what the term “disability” means.  Topics covered in this whitepaper include: The proof of disability required when a claim is initially filed Applying for Social Security Disability Income What to do if your application is denied What to Expect at an Appeals hearing Review by the Appeals Council The final step is to appeal to the federal court Click here to read the whole article or download the PDF. The post Free Report: Appealing the Denial of a Missouri Social Disability Claim appeared first on Cottrell Law Office | Arkansas Personal Injury Attorney.
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