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The Do’s and Don’ts for Personal Injury Plaintiffs

When a person acts negligently or behaves in a way that causes another person injury, the insurance carrier for the at-fault driver or negligent actor can be held liable for the victim’s losses and damages, such as hospital bills, medical … Continue reading

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How is Pain and Suffering Determined in a Personal Injury Settlement?

There may not be any concrete or stringent guidelines for placing a dollar amount on a victim’s pain and suffering damages in a personal injury lawsuit; however, opposing insurance companies do make an effort to deliberate at great lengths in … Continue reading

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Vital Tips for Avoiding Train Track Intersection Accidents

Trains are not always on a set schedule, but they are always closer than they appear. It takes a train more than a mile to come to a complete stop, which means anything in its way is at serious risk … Continue reading

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Your First Steps in an Accident Claim

Getting injured in an accident is a confusing and stressful time for anyone, including the loved ones in your life. It is common to feel a sense of incomprehension and uncertainty after suffering serious injuries in an accident that was … Continue reading

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Common Strategy Used By Insurance Companies to Assign a Dollar Amount for Pain and Suffering

If a person, company, or manufacturer was negligent to the point that serious injury was caused to an innocent person, the victim could seek compensation from the negligent party’s insurance company for their resulting damages and losses by filing a … Continue reading

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Explanation of Pain and Suffering in a Personal Injury Case

When a person is wrongly injured as a result of another’s negligence, they may be entitled to certain compensation to cover their losses and damages. Losses and damages generally include economic losses that can be calculated monetarily, such as hospital … Continue reading

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The “Yes and No” Guide for Personal Injury Accidents

If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident that resulted in serious injuries, be sure to know the “do’s and don’ts” of your situation. A person that has been hurt in an accident can easily make … Continue reading

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Examples of Nonfeasance in Terms of Tort Law

There are so many terms in regards to tort law that it can be confusing understanding what a simple sentence means in a legal or court document. Personal injury lawyers are the solution to comprehending confusing legal jargon and paperwork … Continue reading

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Discussing Personal Injury Protection (PIP)

In the past weeks, we have discussed several facets of personal medical insurance coverage and liabilities, including medical payments coverage, personal umbrella policies, and personal injury protection. We mentioned that Indiana is a tort state, so additional insurance policies like … Continue reading

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What is a Reservations of Rights Letter?

Once a personal injury victim files a claim with or against an insurance company, the first document they will send to the insurance adjuster is called a demand letter. The first document they might receive from the insurance provider is … Continue reading

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