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What Makes an Injury Catastrophic?
An injury is classified as catastrophic when it leaves a victim with long-term consequences and life-changing impacts. A catastrophic injury may involve the spinal cord, spine, skull, or brain. Catastrophic injuries also include serious burns, injuries involving the lungs and heart, and certain types of birth injuries. In other words, catastrophic injuries...
How to Determine if a Contract Breach is Material
In contract law, there are different types of contract breaches. The most serious type of breach is called a material breach. A material breach of contract occurs when one party’s failure to abide by a contract’s terms renders it irreparably broken and defeats the purpose of entering the contract in the first...
Breach of Contract Case: What Law Applies?
Breach of contract cases generally occur when a party to a legal agreement fails to abide by one or more of its terms. When a party fails to abide by the terms of a contract, the other party may file a lawsuit for breach of contract. Parties may contract for many things,...