Hit By An Uninsured Or Under-Insured Motorist? Check Out These Three Tips For Compensation

Posted on: 29 March 2016

Being in a car accident is never fun, but if you are hit by an uninsured or underinsured motorist, the experience is even more harrowing. If you have recently been in a car accident and the other driver wasn't insured or didn't have enough insurance to cover your expenses, that can be scary and potentially expensive. Luckily, there are a few different avenues you can take to try to get compensation for your auto repair and medical bills.
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What Every Consumer Should Know About Defective Product Injury Claims

Posted on: 2 March 2016

Of the many types of personal injury cases, defective product claims can be among the most complex and unpredictable. A design flaw in a product can be a serious concern, particularly if the flaw is widespread. That can mean many people affected throughout the country. If you've been injured as a result of a product defect, the first place to start is a personal injury lawyer. He or she can help you evaluate the scale of the case and determine how you should proceed.
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When You Didn't See a Doctor Immediately after Your Accident, Do You Have a Chance of Collecting Damages?

Posted on: 26 January 2016

When you're in a car accident, it's always recommended that you go to the doctor to be checked out. This way, if there are any injuries, it will be clear that they were caused by the car accident and you should not have a lot of trouble collecting money to cover your medical costs (either from your insurance company, the other driver's insurance company, or the other driver's personal funds). What happens when you don't follow this advice?
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Settling A Personal Injury Claim? How Your Future Medical Expenses Are Calculated

Posted on: 22 December 2015

When you are involved in a personal injury accident, you are entitled to compensation for a variety of factors. Some of these factors are easy to calculate, such as compensation for the time you missed from work due to your injuries and the amount you currently owe in medical expenses as a result of the accident. Other factors, such as pain and suffering and future medical expenses, are not so easy to calculate.
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