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What is the Alcohol Boating and Safety Act?
The Alcohol Boating Safety Act makes it unlawful to operate a watercraft on the public waters of the State of Mississippi while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any other substance which has impaired a person's ability to operate a watercraft. • As a condition of operating a watercraft on the public waters of this state, the person operating the watercraft is deemed to have given consent to testing...
Personal Injury Due to Medical Malpractice
A person will rely on their doctor to be responsible and steadfast in their treatment and care. A physician is counted on more than any other professional that offers a service to be careful and not to make any mistakes due to negligence. When an injury occurs during surgery, the problem caused may be minor. Unfortunately, any mistake can lead to a need for longer recovery and cost the...
Maritime Personal Injury Cases Can Be Complicated
When an injury or wrongful death occurs on board a ship, there are considerations to be weighed before a maritime personal injury action can be filed. One important question that needs to be answered is whether the person was a passenger, a worker, or a longshoreman when they were injured on the ship. Employees and longshoreman have other ways to have their injuries compensated for, but passengers are a...
The Categories of Legal Malpractice
When a person believes that their lawyer has not performed up to the profession’s standards, they may have cause to bring a lawsuit against them. In general terms, legal malpractice may come down to one of three categories. If an attorney has violated one of these three standards of conduct, a client should contact an attorney with legal malpractice action experience to have their case evaluated. The three...