THE LAW CENTER

Crime Victim

Negligent Security Claims

The theory, negligent security can help you recover as a victim of crime against a security company who breached its legal duty to protect you. You may have been the victim of a criminal attack while you were on someone else’s property, typically a commercial property. Business owners have an obligation to ensure their property is safe for the public to visit, which includes having proper security measures.

Nursing Home Abuse Prevention – How to Keep your loved one Safe

https://youtu.be/8CsPyQ7quKY Placing a loved one in a nursing home can be a difficult decision, financially and emotionally, for everyone involved.  You want nothing but the best of care, and it would be heartbreaking to know that your family member was mistreated.  How do you know when someone is being mistreated and what can you do …

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Comparing Civil and Criminal Justice for Victims of Crime

Let’s compare and contrast the differences between Criminal and Civil Court, and how both play important roles for crime victims. Victims don’t have to choose to go through one or the other, the victims can do both. Both systems serve different purposes and functions, and so a victim has a better chance of being made whole by entering both, if possible.

Opioid Addiction can be Caused by Prescription Medication

Drug manufacturers and Doctors are the two main targets in the legal fight against opioid abuse. Drug manufacturers of Fentanyl, hydrocodone, codeine, and numerous other drugs have contributed the addiction problem in our country. Governments have started to filing lawsuits against some of the manufacturers and sellers of these drugs because of their wrongful marketing and distribution practices. Families with loved ones who’ve died because from opioid overdoses can participate in lawsuits against the responsible manufacturers if their warnings were inadequate or if they’ve used illegal marketing strategies to dump drugs into mainstream society.