Rules Annotated

By: Shannon Vincent, Legal Assistant/Special Projects

One of the first things Bailey & Oliver Law Firm taught me when I started is how to complete rules annotated. Bailey & Oliver uses rules annotated for many aspects. At this point, I mainly create rules annotated from deposition ...

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Who’s Fault Is It?

By: Frank H. Bailey, Founder/Senior Partner

I'm involved in a personal injury case. I may be at fault. Does this prevent me from recovery? Does it matter how much at fault I was versus how much at fault the other person was? Many personal injury cases run into this situation, otherwise known as comparative or contributory negligence.

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What You Should Know About Mass Torts

By: Ryan Scott, Trial Attorney/Chief Litigation Officer/Catastrophic Injury Division

Unless you spend your leisure time with a lot of lawyers, you might not have even heard of a tort before.

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Can I sue someone?

By: Sach Oliver, Trial Attorney/Managing Partner

Have you ever considered legal remedies for the problems life throws at you? If you have, then you need to understand what “standing” means under the law.

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