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8 Aug / 2020

Who Can be at Fault for a Merging Accident?

One of the most important questions after an accident, in addition to the health of the victims, is: who is legally liable for damages? In some situations, it is easy to determine who is at fault. For example, if the driver was drunk and was cited for drunk driving by […]

5 May / 2020

Rural Women Bear the Brunt of the Impacts of COVID-19

Rural women are the backbone of agriculture and guardians of household food security in their communities. They make essential contributions as smallholder farmers, as unpaid labor on family farms, and as wage laborers, including as seasonal and informal workers on commercial farms. Especially as men become more involved in off-farm […]

4 Apr / 2020

4 Ways to Strengthen Climate Action in the Wake of COVID-19

Climate change is an urgent threat to humanity that demands swift, decisive action. Fires. Droughts. Floods. Hurricanes. Rising seas. Climate impacts are being felt all around the world and on track to get much worse. Every year of delay and every tenth of a degree matters. The next few years […]

3 Mar / 2020

Car Accident Claims Involving Leased Vehicles

Do you know how to seek compensation after an accident in your leased vehicle? Is the process different? If so, how? Below, learn more about crash claims involving vehicles that are leased and not financed or owned by the driver. If you have questions, you can always contact Phillips Law […]

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