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5 Steps To Winning A Personal Injury Case

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When you are injured in an accident, you are likely to suffer losses. Sometimes getting past those losses will require you to bring a personal injury claim against the insurance company of the person or business that caused the accident. Here are several things you can do to give yourself a better chance of winning your personal injury case.  See a Doctor It is important that you get medical care after a car accident, a fall or other type of injury. Read More»

4 Mitigating Factors Considered When Weighing Fault For A Car Accident Case

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The court system works hard to clearly identify the true cause of an accident to place responsibility on the right party. Sometimes, the fault assignment process is complicated by mitigating factors due to a number of coinciding events or actions leading up to the car accident. In the court system’s eyes, without those factors present, the collision may never have occurred. When weighing the options, court officials can decide to place blame on a single party, share it as a percentage between all involved parties or deem the cause as undetermined. Read More»

Three Reasons To Have An Attorney By Your Side After An Auto Accident

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In the aftermath of an auto accident, you expect your insurance company to be by your side every step of the way. However, it’s not always realistic to expect a fair outcome when dealing with an auto insurance claim. This is why personal injury attorneys are often called upon to help auto accident victims receive fair treatment and compensation. The following outlines more about this topic and a few good reasons why you’ll want an attorney by your side when dealing with both minor and major auto accidents. Read More»

Is Your Outdoor Preschool Play Area Summer Safe? 3 Tips To Avoiding Injuries And Lawsuits That Can Follow

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If you own or manage a preschool, with the arrival of spring, your children will likely be spending time outdoors in a play area that may have suffered some wear-and-tear this winter in the harsh elements. While no one can protect children against occasional bump or scrapes when playing tag or a game of make-believe, you can make sure you don’t have faulty playground equipment that sets children up for accidents, even when they are playing carefully. Read More»

Four Myths You Need To Know Before Filing Your Personal Injury Claim

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Few people have the experience and expertise to approach a personal injury case without some confusion or question. With so many different myths about personal injury law, settlements and what it takes to get the money you’re entitled to, it’s no wonder that so many people find themselves overwhelmed. Before you file that personal injury suit, here’s a look at some of the most common myths you might have heard and the truth you need to know about them. Read More»