Determining Fault in a T-Bone Accident

One of the deadliest and most severe types of crashes is a T-bone accident. When this type of accident occurs, determining fault is a key part of the claims process. At the law office of Deborah Gold-Alexander, Attorney at Law, our experienced car accident lawyer can investigate your case and help you to prove fault. To learn more about determining fault in a T-bone accident and how Attorney Deborah Gold-Alexander can help, call our law firm directly today. 

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Retail Store Liability for Injuries

Most people visit retail stores of various types on a regular basis for the purchase of goods. The hardware store on the weekend may be a common family outing, and the grocery store is a necessity. Drug, convenience, and department stores are often frequented, too. 

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Tips for Avoiding a Wintertime Slip and Fall

A slip and fall accident can occur any time of year but in the wintertime, when snow and ice make walking more hazardous, a slip and fall accident is more likely. As you navigate your neighborhood, parking lots, and local streets this winter, here are some tips for staying safe and avoiding a wintertime slip and fall. If you are injured, don’t hesitate to call personal injury attorney Deborah Gold-Alexander for your free consultation. 

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Deadliest Car Accident Types

Most people don’t think about the chance of being involved in a car accident, even though statistically speaking, most people are involved in at least one crash during their lifetime. While all accidents have the potential to cause serious injuries or death, some accident types are deadlier than others. At the law office of Deborah Gold-Alexander, Attorney at Law, our car crash attorney can represent you if you or a loved one has been seriously injured or killed in a crash. Call today to schedule your free consultation.

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How to Calculate Pain and Suffering in a Personal Injury Case

Serious injuries can severely disrupt a person’s future and quality of life. When a person is severely harmed, they may require expensive and ongoing medical care, may be unable to work and earn an income, and may be prevented from doing the things that they love and the things that are necessary for basic self-care, such as eating or grooming on one’s own. 

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