Category Archives: Personal injury
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As we (should) all know, the law mandates that you maintain auto insurance on your vehicle. And it is no doubt that, in case of an accident, the fact that you have auto insurance is a source of peace of … Continue reading →
The aftermath of an injury for you or a loved one is often a whirlwind of emotions and frustrations. How long will you be in recovery? Can you afford it? What will insurance cover? How long before you can have … Continue reading →
In the typical personal injury suite you have a known defendant (the person who struck your vehicle for instance) and a known, or at least, a lead on an insurance company that has the potential to compensate for losses you … Continue reading →
If you are in an accident that is clearly not your fault and you have injuries that did not require extensive treatment or a lengthy recovery period, you asking yourself: should I settle my own insurance claim? Legally, you can. You … Continue reading →
Personal injury proceedings are a marathon An incident that becomes the subject of a personal injury proceeding is often one of the most traumatic incidents of your life. It affects you physically, emotionally, financially and will more than likely strain … Continue reading →
Sound familiar? You have been in an auto injury and had an ambulance take you to a hospital. You were admitted to the hospital for several days, and then treated as an outpatient for several months. You have had multiple … Continue reading →
Bills don’t wait Months after a auto accident, you may still be in the process of being put back together… You should be focusing on your health, not worried about the escalating costs of medical care. There are ambulance invoices, … Continue reading →
You’ve been involved in an auto accident and you have some injuries that require medical attention. What do you do now? Do you have health insurance? One of the first questions you may be faced with is whether or … Continue reading →