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Been In A Car Accident? 4 Scenarios That Require The Assistance Of A Personal Injury Attorney

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If you’ve been involved in an accident, you may be wondering if you need to hire an attorney. In some cases, you may be able to proceed without legal representation, such as with minor fender benders. However, there are other times when a personal injury attorney is absolutely necessary. Here are four signs that your car accident is one that requires legal assistance from a personal injury attorney. The Other Driver was Uninsured…

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Car Accidents: Preventing Self-Sabotage

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The pain and hassle caused by a vehicle accident take time to handle efficiently. With injuries, working may be hard or impossible, but the bills don’t stop arriving. In fact, they’re probably higher than ever. Starting a lawsuit and filing claims with insurance carriers is probably on your mind, but your own actions could be the ones that derail a possible settlement. Make sure to avoid these moves. 1. Waiting Too Long…

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What You Should Know If A Distracted Driver Caused Your Recent Accident

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Distractions while driving are known for causing accidents to occur, and distractions can occur in many different ways. If this is what caused your recent accident, you have rights you should know about, and there are a few important things to understand if a distracted driver is responsible for causing the accident you were involved in. The Ways People Are Distracted While Driving Anything that causes a distraction to a driver can lead to a car accident occurring, and there are many different ways people are distracted.…

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Workers' Compensation: What To Do If An Investigation Needs To Take Place

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In many cases, your workers’ compensation claim will go through with little incident. However, there are times when the insurance company will state that they need time to conduct an investigation first. The law allows the insurance company to take a reasonable amount of time to investigate your claims before approving them. While this may make sense, it also means that you’ll be left with limited or no funds for a certain period of time.…

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