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Insurance is one of those necessary headaches. We need it to help keep us protected from financial burdens caused by unexpected situations. We pay our car insurance each month, believing that our insurance company will help if we find ourselves in a car accident. Sadly, this isn’t always the case. Continue Reading
If you are involved in a personal injury case, we know from personal experience how frustrating it can be. Now, it is time to get the compensation you deserve. This article explains why your best bet is to hire the right personal injury attorney. Here's why an attorney can make a big difference. Continue Reading
If you are asking yourself what a “pre-existing condition” is, you’re not alone. You might also be wondering whether you will be able to file a personal injury claim. The situation may not be completely straightforward, but with the help of your attorney, you might still be able to get a payout. Continue Reading
It may seem daunting to meet with a personal injury attorney about your case. You're injured; you're worried. You're thinking, do you have the right attorney? Are they going to do the right thing for me?
The right personal injury attorney will have tons of experience with cases just like yours. They'll know what to expect from the insurance companies and get you more than you would on your own.
The best way to quell any pre-meeting anxiety you might be feeling is to prepare.
Here are some tips to get the most out of your meeting with your personal injury attorney so that you can have a productive meeting. Continue Reading
Most of us know that our social security numbers are valuable and should always be protected. But, what do you do when you're pursuing a personal injury case and an insurance adjuster asks you for your social security number? What if they say that it's their protocol to ask for it? Continue Reading