• Personal Injury Claims; 3 Things To Do After Receiving A Low Settlement Offer

    Uon filing a personal injury case, you'll usually find yourself wrapped up in a long negotiation process with the other parties involved. In most cases, your attorney will recommend that you at least consider settling with the other parties, as taking your case to court can be expensive. In addition, you might not end up with the results you want. Only approximately 4% to 5% of personal injury cases in the U.
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  • 6 Mistakes to Avoid in a Car Accident Lawsuit

    Bringing a car accident lawsuit against someone else involves a lot of documents and careful preparation. The entire process can be quite complex and stress you out after a while. Unfortunately, the more overwhelmed you are, the more likely you are to make mistakes that may jeopardize your case. That's why it is important to stay calm and follow your lawyer's instructions as closely as possible. Here are six common mistakes you will want to avoid in a car accident lawsuit:
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  • Are Dog Bites Covered By Insurance?

    Dogs can be great companions, but they can also put their owners at risk of being sued if they bite people without provocation. Luckily, you may be saved from having to pay thousands of dollars in damages if you have homeowner's, renter's, or auto insurance, as these policies may cover the damages and losses a victim suffers from dog bite related injury. Here's what you need to know about how the coverage typically works.
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