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Do I Need a Lawyer If I Have Suffered a Concussion?

Have you or a loved one suffered a concussion from a car accident?

12/15/2022 0
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Suing for Emotional Distress: How and When to Sue

After most car accidents, you are left with a physical injury, new medical records and a doctor’s testimony that helps you prove physical damages,

12/14/2022 0
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Compensatory vs. Punitive Damages: What’s The Difference?

​If you have been injured in an accident, you may be eligible for several types of compensation.

12/6/2022 0
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How Long Can a Slip and Fall Case Take?

Slip and fall cases range in severity, resulting in injuries that span the spectrum from minor to severe.

11/30/2022 0
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If the Insurance Company Keeps Calling Me After My Car Accident, What Should I Do Next?

If you have been injured in a car wreck, the healing process is difficult enough without dealing with insurance adjusters’ constant calls.

11/28/2022 0
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Can I Return to My Normal Lifestyle After a Traumatic Brain Injury?

Serious head injuries often have lifelong impacts, leaving patients wondering if they will ever be able to enjoy the life they once did.

11/15/2022 0
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5 Things To Do After a Hit-and-Run Driver Leaves the Scene

Serious car crashes can be terrifying, often leaving those involved with painful injuries, surrounded by wreckage.

11/8/2022 0
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If Initial Agreements Fail in My Car Accident Claim, Will I Have to Go to Court?

Car accident claims are included in the personal injury category, making it highly unlikely that your case will require a trial.

10/31/2022 0