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Welcome! My Legal Guide was built to answer all of your legal-related questions. From personal injury to employee rights to veterans benefits and more, we cover legal topics from many angles – with more information being added all the time.

Popular Areas of Law

Personal Injury

A personal injury can leave you hurt and out of pocket on medical expenses. Talk to a lawyer to hold those responsible liable.

Car Accidents

Car accidents are common, costly, and damaging. You may be able to sue for damages if an accident left you with big medical expenses.

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Medical Malpractice

Medical mistakes have major consequences for patients. Doctors and others can be held accountable for damages.

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Birth Injury

A birth should be a happy time, but a doctor’s error can lead to a tragedy. Birth injuries are too often the result of malpractice and negligence.

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Construction Accidents

Construction workers face some of the biggest workplace injury risk. If you suffered injuries on a construction site, talk to a lawyer.

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Truck Accidents

Truck accidents are a leading cause of fatal highway accidents. If you or a loved one has been in a truck accident, a lawyer can help.

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Plaintiffs Win Nearly $2 Billion from Sempra Energy in Personal Injury Settlement

Thousands of residents harmed by the 2015 and 2016 natural gas leak in Southern California settled with Sempra Energy. The company will pay 35,000 plaintiffs

Families Sue Monsanto, School District over Toxin Exposures

A jury recently awarded millions to four plaintiffs in Monroe, Washington. They sued agrochemical giant Monsanto and others over harm caused by exposure to polychlorinated

Drug Companies Agree to Huge Settlements Over Opioid Painkillers

Prescription opioid painkillers can bring relief to those with serious pain but have also sparked an epidemic of addiction, overdoses, and accidental deaths. The companies