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What should I look for in a Personal Injury Lawyer?

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If you are dealing with a personal injury case and want to get fair compensation for your losses, hiring the right lawyer is vital. The lawyer you hire will play a role in your odds of getting the outcome you want, need and deserve. Finding the best lawyer for your case is not always… Read More »

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Do I still have a claim if the accident is partially my fault?

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If you are in an accident that is partially your fault, you might wonder if you still have a claim. The short answer is yes, but there are a few details that you need to consider and that the insurance company will look at regarding the nature of the accident. One of the things… Read More »

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How quickly should I retain an attorney?

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If you have been injured in an accident that someone else caused, it is important for you to retain an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. People who hire personal injury attorneys to represent them in their car accidents, slip-and-fall accidents and other types of personal injury cases are often able to… Read More »

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Do I still have a case if health insurance pays my medical bills?

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If you were involved in an accident that caused you to experience a personal injury, you are likely wondering if you can seek compensation even though your health insurance will cover your bills. The answer to this question is complex and depends on several factors you should keep in mind. The state in which… Read More »

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Should I sign a medical authorization for the insurance company?

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After you have been injured in a car accident, you will likely receive a number of authorization forms from the at-fault driver’s insurance company. One of these forms may be a medical authorization release form. You should not sign a medical authorization form from the at-fault driver’s insurance company and should instead consult with… Read More »

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I was hurt on someone else's property, do I have a claim?

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You may very well have a claim if you were injured in an office building, mall, grocery store, restaurant, apartment building, or even a private home. Owners are bound by law to ensure that their properties can be safely traveled and that no circumstance or person presents a danger. Premises liability encompasses situations in which an… Read More »

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Should I give the insurance company a recorded statement?

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After you have been involved in an injury accident that was caused by the negligence of another driver, you will likely be contacted by the at-fault driver’s insurance company. The company or its representative may ask you if you will give a recorded statement. It is important for you to avoid giving a recorded… Read More »

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How Do I Know If I Have a Personal Injury Claim?

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If you were recently injured in an accident and want to pursue compensation to help cover the related expenses, you are likely wondering whether or not you even have a case. Don’t make the mistake of moving forward until you understand how likely you are to reach a favorable outcome in court. You will… Read More »

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Safe Driving Tips for the Holidays

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The holidays provide a great opportunity to spend quality time celebrating with family and friends. If you’re attending Christmas gatherings and New Year’s Eve parties over the next two weeks, remember to act responsibly and avoid driving drunk. Drunk driving car accidents tend to spike during the holiday season, and the consequences are often… Read More »

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Quiz – Should You Seek Legal Help After a Brain Injury?

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Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can cause a horrible myriad of problems for the injured person, but can also affect the entire family unit as brain injuries often require lifelong care. Many times, the injured person won’t be able to return to work and this can affect your family’s financial well-being and benefits. If you… Read More »

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