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Do Your Personal Injury Medical Records Have Red Flag? What Are They?

Unfortunately, when it comes to personal injury claims against insurance companies, insurance companies will always try to offer you less money than you deserve to compensate you for injuries you sustained in a car accident. That’s just the way the insurance business works.
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Do You Need a Witness to Prove an Auto Accident Case?

If you were in an accident and it wasn’t your fault, how do you prove that someone else was to blame? You need evidence to prove that you’re telling the truth, and witnesses are an extremely valuable tool in helping you and your lawyer build your case.
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Should Your Car Accident Claim Include Pain and Suffering?

You might have heard the term “pain and suffering” in association with lawsuits, but what is it — and is it prudent to go for pain and suffering in your car accident claim? Pain and suffering is a legal word that describes a wide range of injuries you might have suffered if you were in a car accident.
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How Do Police Reports Factor in As Evidence in Your Car Accident Injury Case

Anytime you have been in an accident that involves injuries, the police will be called to the scene. Although there might be citations issued at the scene, after police conclude their investigation of the crash and what caused it, there will also be a police report about the accident.
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Meeting the Burden of Proof in A Car Accident Injury Claim

If you’ve ever been involved in a car accident with injury, you know there are facts and evidence you have to present to prove your case. This is called the burden of proof — proving to the insurance company, or the judge or jury, that all the allegations you are bringing forth actually happened.
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Your Car Accident Injury Claim: Settle or Sue in Court?

It’s fun to imagine a dramatic courtroom and a judge or jury handling your car accident claim, but the reality is that most car accident injury claims are settled without a lawsuit ever being filed — and the ones that are filed don’t usually make it all the way to trial.
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How Long Will My Personal Injury Case Take?

Personal injury cases can take anywhere from months to years to come to an end. Of course, all of this depends on the complexities of your case, the severity of the injuries, and many, many other factors.
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Types of Compensation for A Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord injuries are among the worst types of injuries because they are almost always complicated — and severe. A spinal cord injury will most likely affect you and your loved ones for the rest of your life.
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The Dangers of Do It Yourself Accident Claims

If you’ve been in a car accident and were not seriously injured, or the damages to your vehicle weren’t very severe, you might start thinking about whether you can handle the insurance claim yourself, or if you need to hire a lawyer. While it’s true that some car accidents are minor enough to not need a lawyer, you should think long and hard before you decide to go at it alone.
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Pedestrian Accidents: Can the Pedestrian Ever Be Liable?

When it comes to pedestrian accidents, people often assume that it’s almost always the driver’s fault because of the old maxim, “The pedestrian has the right of way.” That’s not always correct, by the way, and there are several situations in which the pedestrian can be at fault — either totally at fault or partially at fault.
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