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Experience always counts

All lawyers are not the same. They have different backgrounds, different education, different experience in the court room and in business. There are different ways to process a personal injury case. There is no template that fits every case. However, if you have an attorney that is in business to close cases and gets settlements…

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What to do after an accident?

In the aftermath of an auto accident witnesses can be a key factor in determining who was at fault. It is important to find any witnesses. If you are injured this may not always be possible but hopefully you are only dealing with property damage with no injury victims. If there are witnesses, it is…

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How to Conduct an Effective Witness Interview After an Accident

In the aftermath of an auto accident, witnesses can be a key factor in determining who was at fault. However, conducting an effective witness interview is not as easy as it may seem. Here are a few things to remember to improve the odds of winning your case. Reach Out The first step to gathering…

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How Far Do Insurance Adjusters Go to Deny a Claim?

Having to file a personal injury claim is stressful enough. To add to the stress, insurance agents will often times spy on claimants, in hopes of finding some form of activity that disproves their claim. If s/he finds something that doesn’t perfectly match up to the claimant’s condition, the claim may be dropped. Be cautious…

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Buycott App Holds Companies Accountable for Products

As consumers, our purchases represent our stamp of approval for the products we buy (and the companies that produce them). When companies or manufacturers fail to put consumer safety first, consumers can make a statement by refusing to buy products from these companies. However, things aren’t always so transparent; many companies are often owned by…

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Slip and Fall Accidents Cost $60 Billion in Damages Annually

  Slip and fall injuries are becoming an epidemic in the U.S., with the total annual cost of such injuries exceeding $60 billion.Such injuries are the most common accident in the workplace. Statistics show that there are about 25,000 slip and fall injuries that occur every day, which result in an estimated 95 million lost…

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Android Powered Helmet Aims to Prevent Motorcycle Accidents

A new, technology-driven motorcycle helmet has the potential to increase the safety of motorcycle drivers everywhere. After suffering a motorcycle accident in Barcelona, Marcus Weller saw the potential to prevent future accidents by improving the standard motorcycle helmet. He then proceeded to found Skully Helmets – an Android powered helmet designed to give riders a…

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Who is Liable in a Driverless Car Crash?

Science fiction has been predicting the technology for years, but now it is (almost) here: cars that drive themselves. Over the past few years, Google has had tremendous success in the initial trials of their automated car (even testing their fleet of driver-less Priuses on public roads). The cars have operated themselves for hundreds of…

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Dog Bites Cost Insurance Companies $1Billion Every Year

Think that dog bites are rare occurrences? Think again. There are an estimated 4.7 million dog bite reports every year in the U.S. alone. About 50% of those dog bites involve children under 12 years old. Dog owners are legally responsible for keeping their animals on a leash on all public property at all times.  If…

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