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Safety, Products and Liability: A Legal Blog

Welcome to my blog. This blog is dedicated to helping anyone who is currently in the midst of a liability issue. A few years ago, my daughter contracted listeria due to poorly packaged food. She, thankfully, was okay, but we still took her case to court. I want all families who have been affected by liability issues to understand their rights, so I decided to start this blog. My beautiful daughter is now 17 and preparing to start uni next year. I have three younger children as well and an amazing husband. Thank you for reading my blog. Please share my posts if they help you!

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Safety, Products and Liability: A Legal Blog

    Mesothelioma Lawsuits: What Is Mesothelioma And How You Can Protect Your Workers From It

    Mesothelioma is a form of cancer that has a rapid progression. It attacks the membrane that covers major organs including the heart, stomach and the lungs. Its main cause is asbestos, which is a flame and heat-resistant mineral used in building construction sites. If your workers are constantly inhaling asbestos fibers, they are at a high risk of contracting mesothelioma. And even if a person does not display signs of mesothelioma now, the disease may still catch up with him or her in the future.

    Protecting assets from nursing home and retirement village administrators

    Australians spend a lot of their life saving for retirement through compulsory retirement savings. As life expectancy increases, more and more people find themselves downsizing their living situations later in life so that they can enjoy their twilight years. Unfortunately, some contracts for retirement villages and nursing homes are written in a way that can threaten the hard fought savings of retirees. Here are some things you can do to help protect yours, or a loved one's, assets.

    Answers to Some of the Most Commonly Asked Questions of Criminal Law Attorneys

    A criminal law attorney should always be called if you've been accused of any crime, even if it seems minor and if it's your first offense. This is because even so-called minor crimes can have stiffer penalties than you realize, and judges and juries may not be as lenient on first-time offenders as you may think. Note some questions many people often ask a criminal law attorney the first time they call, as this might help you better understand why you should discuss criminal matters with a skilled attorney.

    Negotiating the sale of the family home

    After a divorce one of the main issues that needs to be considered is the sale of the family home. Not only is the family home often one of the most valuable assets owned by a family, it also has an emotional weight as the centre of family life. Here are some things to consider as you progress through the divorce process.  Getting an independent valuation If you and your spouse are 'at each others throats' and can't reach a reasonable agreement as to the valuation of the house it can be useful to use an independent property valuer.

    Is Your Criminal Case Sealed? Correcting Your Record

    With a good lawyer, your criminal case can get dismissed, or you get acquitted for a number of reasons. Congratulations are in store and you have a heavy weight lifted off your shoulder. Is this really the end? Goodcriminal lawyers will tell you that after a case is dismissed or an acquittal granted, you are yet to be done with the justice system. Having a criminal record can be a future burden even if you were acquited.

    Documents You Need When Suing for Medical Malpractice

    If you believe you have been injured due to medical malpractice, you might currently be considering suing the practice. It is important that before filing your lawsuit you have the right documents available. Here are some important things to have when suing the medical practice, doctor, or surgeon. Receipts For All Medical Expenses A big reason to sue for medical malpractice is due to all the money it likely cost you.

    Commonly Asked Questions About Hiring a Conveyancer When Buying a House

    A conveyancer is a real estate professional who assists either a buyer or seller during the purchase and sale of a house, plot of land, commercial building, and the like. If you're thinking of buying a house, you may be considering hiring a conveyancer to help you through the process, or you might be thinking of handling the transaction by yourself. Note a few questions you may have about hiring a conveyancer as this can assist you with determining if it's the right choice for you.

    4 Reasons to Update Your Will Today

    Will planning isn't exactly the most fun task to occupy your free time, and unfortunately, it's not a one-time task either. Once you've completed your will for the first time, you may still want to go over the details in the future and update it. So how do you know if your will needs a bit of a refresh? Here are some reasons why now might be the time to do more will planning.