February 21, 2017

Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?

To the question Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer? The truth is it depends. Depending on the factors involved in your case, you may be able to resolve your issues without a lawyer. For example, if you were involved in a car accident that damaged only your vehicle, then you can likely navigate the…

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February 16, 2017

Tips For Dealing With Insurance Companies After A Car Accident

The insurance company is not your friend. They are not looking out for your best interest. The insurance adjuster’s job is to protect their company and make the smallest payouts possible. Insurance companies are powerful corporate organizations that use pressure and well-honed techniques to convince injured accident victims to settle their claims for far less…

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February 13, 2017

Serious Injuries Are Caused By Truck Drivers Who Violate Safety Rules

Safety rules regarding trucks and big rigs are in place to protect all of us. When truck drivers violate safety rules and cause accidents people are often seriously injured or killed. Nearly half-a-million police-reported crashes involved large trucks in 2014. Of those, 3,424 resulted in at least one death.  Accidents involving large trucks can be…

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February 10, 2017

Your Facebook Posts Can Tank Your Personal Injury Case

Social media posts are not sacred. When it comes to personal injury cases, Facebook and other posts to social media can serve to tank your case! We are deep into the electronic age, we all know how easy it is to find information. It’s not uncommon for a defendant in a personal injury case to…

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February 9, 2017

Fatal Crashes Caused by Distracted Driving & Texting On the Rise

Our Androids and Apples make life much easier, but they also suck our attention – even while driving. Even one fatality caused by texting while driving is too many, but hundreds have happened over the past few years. In fact, 2015 brought a sharp increase in car accident fatalities. Our nation lost 35,092 people to…

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