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  • Things You Should Avoid Doing After a Car Accident
    Things You Should Avoid Doing After a Car Accident

    If you were recently hurt in a car crash , it is important to understand that the steps you take next could significantly impact the outcome of your claim. Some accident victims unknowingly jeopardize ...

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  • Will I Have to Take My Personal Injury Case to Trial?
    Will I Have to Take My Personal Injury Case to Trial?

    At Duncan Law Group, we are frequently asked the question, "Will I have to take my case to trial?" At first glance, it is nearly impossible to tell; however, it is important to note that upwards of ...

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  • Construction Zone Car Accidents: Who is Liable?
    Construction Zone Car Accidents: Who is Liable?

    Like any auto accident , construction zone settlements are determined by liability. Who is responsible for work zone accidents and injuries? Generally speaking, one of two parties are liable: the ...

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  • Summer is the Leading Season for Burn Injuries
    Summer is the Leading Season for Burn Injuries

    According to research, summer vacation is the top season for burn injuries – especially ones that involve children. Experts believe that school breaks are on reason for the increase in injuries. Since ...

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  • BNSF Railway Delays from Fright Train Accident
    BNSF Railway Delays from Fright Train Accident

    A vehicle and a freight train collided this morning on Metra's BNSF (Burlington Northern Santa Fe) line, causing traffic and train delays. The accident occurred at approximately 7:22 a.m. According to ...

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  • Asbestos Exposure: Who is at Risk?
    Asbestos Exposure: Who is at Risk?

    Asbestos particles can lead to mesothelioma (cancer in the lining of the lungs) and other serious health concerns. Mesothelioma is a lethal form of cancer usually caused by prolonged exposure to ...

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