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Personal Injury Claims and Compensation

Types of Claims Every year, millions of people are injured in accidents that is not their fault. This can be at home, at work, in their cars, or even outdoors. In many cases, although the victim themselves are not to blame for the injury that they have suffered,... read more

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Defamation – A false statement vs. an opinion

It can be difficult to determine if a negative statement about another person would be considered defamatory and subject to legal action. Generally, a defamatory statement is presented (in writing or speech to a third party) as a false statement of fact. It can be a... read more

Too Many Laws! Federal, State, and Tribal Law

Did you know that Native American tribal governments, including the Navajo Nation, are not constitutional states or foreign entities, but “domestic dependent nations”? As such, these tribal governments retain many sovereign powers beyond the authority of the U.S.... read more

The Basics of Navajo Nation Business Licenses

Engaging in commerce on the Navajo Nation can be very rewarding for your business, as the Navajo Nation can offer lower operating costs than are found in most metropolitan areas as well as access to labor and other resources. In order to conduct business activities on... read more

Estate Planning for the Navajo Nation: The Challenges

After you’ve spent years and even decades building your estate, you will of course want to preserve and protect what’s yours to pass on to your family, free from legal problems or other complications. Estate laws impacting the Navajo Nation are complicated and often... read more