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Did I Forfeit My Right to Compensation By Saying I Wasn’t Injured at the Time of the Accident?

That gut feeling is telling you that you made a huge mistake at the scene of your recent accident by telling everyone you felt fine. But not to worry; stating that you did not believe you were injured at the … Continue reading

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Can I Lose My Claim for Compensation if I Say I’m Not Injured at the Scene of the Accident?

Not all injuries are immediately discernible. A gradual onset of injuries is a common occurrence among accident victims. Sometimes when a person is involved in an accident, they may not experience any pain or discomfort at first, so they tell … Continue reading

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Do Not Assume That You are Not Hurt After an Accident

Sometimes a person can feel just fine after an accident, but then later on, experience an onset of injuries. This is a common occurrence among victims of serious accidents, primarily car collisions. Directly after an accident, a person can still … Continue reading

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