Vermont Accident and Injury Laws
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Everyone gets injuries from to time, whether it's a jammed finger or a serious compound fracture, but when an injury is the result of another party's negligence or intentional act, the courts often have your back. Welcome to FindLaw's section covering Vermont's accident and injury laws, including articles on what to do after a car accident, how pain and suffering damages are calculated, laws governing workers' compensation coverage, and the statutes of limitations for civil claims. You'll also find information about regulations meant to protect the public from potentially deadly asbestos exposure, as well as an explanation of what constitutes a negligence claim. Click on a link below to learn more about Vermont's accident and injury laws.
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