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Blog Posts in May, 2017

  • How Do Insurance Companies Determine Pain & Suffering?

    Injuries sustained because of another person usually mean you can seek compensation from the other party’s insurance company by filing a third-party claim. Once the defendant is deemed liable, you must present all evidence and damages so the insurance company can compensate you for lost wages, medical expenses, and more. However, did you know you can seek damages for the pain and suffering you ...
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  • Beware of Swimming Pool Accidents This Summer

    Summer is fast approaching, and many families are looking forward to spending their days lounging in the backyard and attending pool parties with their children. While going for a swim in the pool can be a nice way to cool off in the heat, get some exercise, and make memories this summer, the swimming pool can also be one of the most hazardous areas on your entire property. When school is out and ...
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  • Determining Liability in Truck Accidents

    Unlike car accidents , which often the fault of another driver, road conditions, or vehicle malfunction, collisions involving massive commercial trucks may have a variety of other contributing factors that are different. To establish liability and recover compensation in a truck accident , you must identify every potential party or business entity involved in the crash. The potential defendants in ...
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  • Top 6 Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

    If you are a motorcyclist, you must understand the various hazards and challenges which riders encounter on the road. As lawyers, we know how serious motorcycle accidents can be. Since motorcyclists do not have the same protections compared to drivers of motor vehicles, they are more susceptible to severe or fatal injuries in the event of a crash. Furthermore, motorcyclists are nearly 30 times ...
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  • What Happens If Someone Else Is Driving My Car and Gets in an Accident?

    You let a friend or family member borrow your car and he or she got involved in an accident, which leaves you with the question – what next? Understanding who may be covered to drive your vehicle can be confusing. As a general rule, however, anyone living with you is usually covered to drive your car, unless the policy explicitly states otherwise. If a friend or family member does not live with ...
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