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3 Types Of Records To Keep After A Motorcycle Accident

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After a motorcycle accident, you need to carefully track the damage to your vehicle, the medical care that you need, and additional expenses that you sustain because of your accident. Carefully tracking this information will help you as you pursue a settlement with the insurance company or through a personal injury lawsuit. Here are three kinds of records you should maintain so that you can share them with your motorcycle attorney.…

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What To Expect From The Personal Injury Claim Process

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If you have been injured due to the negligence of a person or entity, you may be able to file a personal injury claim. If you have a good case, filing a claim can result in being awarded a monetary settlement that covers the cost of your medical bills, lost wages, and other types of damages. However, many people do not completely understand the process of filing a personal injury claim and what to expect.…

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Try To Amass These Details When You're A Victim Of A Hit-And-Run Collision

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When you’re in a hit-and-run collision, you can’t get justice unless the police do. In other words, if the police aren’t able to determine the other driver, they won’t be able to name him or her in the police report — and you won’t have someone to go after legally to get compensated for the damage to your vehicle and any medical expenses that you’ve incurred because of the accident. If you’re able, it’s paramount to get the fleeing driver’s license plate before he or she gets away.…

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Myths Related To A Personal Injury Deposition And The Truth Surrounding Those Myths

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If you have filed a personal injury claim, the other party’s attorneys have the right to depose you. During a deposition, the other lawyers will ask you questions, similar to the questions that you will be asked if your case goes to trial. You are required to answer the questions truthfully and to the best of your knowledge. This helps the other party’s attorneys lock you into a story and determine how credible you will be if your case goes to trial.…

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How To Determine If Your Elderly Parent Is Suffering From Nursing Home Abuse

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It is common as a caregiver to have mix feelings about putting your elderly parent into the nursing home. Making this decision is usually the last resort. You would prefer for your parent to stay independent or for family members to take care of your parent. Regardless of the reason for the decision, you want your loved one to be cared for with compassion. Read on to find out how to determine if your elderly parent is suffering from nursing home abuse.…

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Top 3 Reasons To Hire A Lawyer After Being Injured In A Boating Accident

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Many people enjoy taking their boats out on the ocean or lake for a relaxing day of fun with friends and family. Unfortunately, boating accidents do happen, and they can cause serious injuries. If you’re injured in a boating accident that someone else was responsible for causing, you are entitled to a financial settlement. The best thing you can do after a boating accident is to hire a personal injury lawyer who is very experienced in watercraft accident cases.…

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Being Open With Your DUI Attorney

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You likely never saw it coming, but being arrested for DUI can happen to almost anyone. You may be feeling pretty bad right now, but you might want to keep in mind that getting arrested for something is not the same thing as being convicted for it. Your first step should be getting yourself a criminal defense attorney to advocate on your behalf and to help you navigate your way through this process.…

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The Police Report Says What? How An Attorney Can Help Fight Police Report Findings In Personal Injury Cases

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If you are involved in an automobile accident and injured as a result of the accident, you may be able to file a personal injury claim against the other driver if they caused the accident or had fault in the accident. However, if you obtain the police report and the police find that you are at fault for the accident, you may think that you are unable to file a claim and recoup money for your medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering.…

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4 Things To Know About Accidents As A Rideshare Driver

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Whether you are driving as an Uber or Lyft driver, you need to know what to do in the event of an accident, especially if you have a passenger. Keeping a clear head during this time with a passenger in the car is important in order for you to continue your business as a rideshare driver. Here are four things you should know about accidents in this situation: You Need the Deductible: First off, to get back on the road quickly, you need to be able to afford to repair your car.…

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Know Before You Go: Four Facts To Understand About Your Personal Injury Case

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If you’ve been injured in a car accident that was not your fault, you probably already understand that you may have to pursue your claim aggressively to get compensation. While settling outside of court is always preferable, sometimes you end up in court fighting for your rights to get adequate money damages. Being prepared for court is vital, and your personal injury attorney needs you to take part by following some of the tips below.…

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