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What to do right after a car accident

An auto accident can happen at any time to anyone. There are approximately six million auto accidents across the country per year, which is why you should be prepared to appropriately handle this type of situation and know what to do and what to avoid to have the best outcome. At the scene If you’re in an accident, the main thing to remember is to stay calm and get clear of the accident and to

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Settlement vs. trial: Which is better for my personal injury case?

In a personal injury case, you have the option of accepting a settlement or taking your case to trial. Most personal injury cases, including motorcycle accidents, slip and fall accidents, and medical malpractices, never make it to trial. Instead, you can settle them out of court. However, this doesn’t mean you should always settle out of court. Both settlements and trials have their pros and cons, and understanding each can help you make an informed

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Do I need an attorney for my personal injury case?

Personal injury claims cover a wide range of situations. You face injury risks every day, while at your workplace, in a car accident, or a slip and fall at home. Injuries resulting from these accidents are all considered personal injury. Usually, victims will have so many questions running through their mind following an accident, with an ordinary one being, “Will I need a personal injury lawyer for my case?” While there may be many more

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A complete guide to motorcycle accidents and claims

Many people find motorcycle rides thrilling, but a motorbike accident can be more dangerous than a car accident and even more complicated to resolve financially. And with many stubborn stereotypes surrounding motorcycle accidents and claims, riders end up with little to no compensation after an accident. This makes it vital to hire a personal injury lawyer from the jump to receive the compensation you deserve. While you may assume that the motorcycle accident claims process

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A helpful guide to worker’s compensation

Every year, millions of workers in the USA are injured or killed on the job. Fortunately, most of them are covered by worker’s compensation insurance, which is a requirement by state laws. Worker’s compensation covers the cost for any expenses as a result of a workplace injury. For instance, it can cover lost wages, medical treatment, funeral expenses, and ongoing care costs. If you’ve been injured at work, there are several steps you need to

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What is my auto accident claim worth?

Perhaps a common question among most car accident victims is whether filing and pursuing a claim is worth the hassle. This is especially true if a victim has suffered severe injuries and can hardly go about their normal daily activities. However, knowing the worth of your auto accident claim can provide the motivation needed to make up your mind. Working with an auto accident attorney is a great way of knowing what your claim could

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Filing an insurance claim vs. filing a lawsuit after an auto accident

Regardless of how careful you are on the road, another driver’s negligence might cause an auto accident. Car accidents are split-second occurrences, and victims are often muddled by the aftermath of a crash. In fact, most auto accident victims are unsure of what to do after a crash or even how to start their claim process. Once the dust settles, you can take the required steps, like exchanging information with the parties involved and calling

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Can my worker’s compensation claim be denied?

Workplace accidents are still a common thing despite efforts by the authorities and employers to make workplaces safe. Whenever they occur, workplace accidents often threaten an employee’s earning capacity as they may result in serious, life-long injuries. Employees injured while on the clock are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. In fact, the US government makes it mandatory for every employer to have workers’ compensation insurance for their employees. In the event of a workplace-related injury

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4 social media mistakes injured people often make

After you’ve been injured, posting about it on your social media accounts may feel natural. After all, it’s on those accounts that you update friends and family about your life, and being injured is certainly major life news. In reality, your social media posts can actually harm your personal injury case in ways you’ve never even thought of. Before you click “submit” on your daily social media haunts, here are four major social media mistakes

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How to cope with wrongful death in your family

When individuals experience the death of a person they’re close to, whether it’s a relative, friend, parent, or sibling, they undergo intense feelings of anger, grief, and loneliness. However, when the negligence of someone else caused the death, these feelings can be overwhelming and eventually result in trauma. Wrongful death in a family can take a toll on everyone and cause them to succumb to long periods of depression and apathy. While there is no

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