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What to Look for in a Personal Injury Attorney

If you’ve been in an accident and are dealing with a personal injury case, you need to make certain you have the right attorney on your side. Personal injury cases can be very complicated, and without someone who is experienced and knowledgeable in this area of the law, you may not walk away with the compensation you’re due. But how do you know which personal injury attorneys are the best? Here are a few things to look for when talking […]

  • Posted on: Aug 28 2019
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The First Few Things to Do After a Personal Injury

Being the victim in a personal injury accident can be frightening. You’re often in pain and may be scared that you have permanently injured yourself. There may be blood, and you may be fairly certain that you have a broken bone. On the other hand, you may not feel injured right away, but you may have hit your head and be concerned that you have injuries that won’t show up for weeks or months later. If you’ve experienced a personal […]

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2019
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How Medical Malpractice Cases Differ from Standard Personal Injury

If a medical professional has committed medical negligence or malpractice and has caused you harm, you likely want to pursue a medical malpractice case against the professional. This type of lawsuit is a special type of personal injury claim, but it’s not the same as a slip and fall or other personal injuries. These cases do differ, and it’s important that you and your attorney understand these differences and how they will affect your case. Medical Malpractice Defined Medical malpractice […]

  • Posted on: Jun 30 2019
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Can I Sue for Personal Injury on Behalf of My Child?

If your child has been injured, the first thing you want to do is make certain they’re okay. You want to focus on your little one being as comfortable as possible while they recover. Once you know they’re going to be okay, though, you may start to think about receiving compensation for their injury. As long as your child is under age 18, they are legally unable to sue for personal injury, but that doesn’t mean the responsible party will […]

  • Posted on: Jun 15 2019
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What Does New York Consider a Serious Injury?

One of the key points of a personal injury case is showing that you have sustained serious injury and will be unable to work for a period of time while you recover. In some cases, it even involves showing that you will never be able to work again. But what constitutes a “serious injury” in the state of New York? It’s vital that you understand the legal definition of this term before you get to court. You Cannot Perform Basic […]

  • Posted on: May 31 2019
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I Lost My Case – What Do I Need to Do to Win the Appeal?

If you’ve lost a personal injury case, you may have resigned yourself to paying out of pocket for all of your medical costs and other expenses. However, you always have the option to appeal the case. If you’re going to appeal, though, you need to approach the case differently. You’ve lost the case once, you don’t want to lose the appeal. That means coming up with a different strategy or approaching things from a new angle. Here are a few […]

  • Posted on: May 15 2019
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How Do I Defend Myself from Losing an Auto Accident Case?

Getting involved in an auto accident is stressful. If you’re being attacked and told you were the at-fault driver when you know you weren’t, it can be even worse. Some auto accidents are very open and close—it’s clear who was in the wrong. Others, however, aren’t, and that’s when a motor vehicle accident attorney is a necessity. However, even with the best attorney, there are still ways you can lose your case. You may not even realize what you’ve done […]

  • Posted on: Feb 1 2019
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What is a Bad Faith Claim?

If you’ve ever filed a claim with your insurance company, you expected they would honor that claim. To do otherwise would seem illegal, and it is. If you make a claim and the company you’re working with refuse to honor the contract you have with them, you have the foundation for a bad faith claim. Your insurance company has a duty to work with you fairly and honestly. When they do not, you should take action. What Constitutes “Bad Faith”? […]

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2018
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Top 3 Myths about Personal Injury Cases

Do you believe you have a personal injury case? If so, you may assume you have this case because you believe one or more of the different myths out there about personal injury lawsuits. There are many misconceptions about these lawsuits, which is why it’s important that you know what’s true and what’s simply a myth or misinformation. Here are three of these myths that many people believe, but simply aren’t true. Myth 1: You’ll Walk Away with a Lot […]

  • Posted on: Nov 28 2018
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Do I Have a Wrongful Death Case?

Do you believe that a loved one has died due to another person’s actions or negligence? If so, you may have a wrongful death case. However, before you file a wrongful death lawsuit, you’ll want to make certain that you have a strong case. Talking to an attorney who specializes in these cases is necessary before you go to court, but before you do that, it’s a good idea to know if you even have a case. Here are some […]

  • Posted on: Nov 15 2018
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