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What Indicates Whether Or Not a Settlement Offer Is Acceptable?

Posted on : January 15, 2021
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Were you offered a settlement after being injured? Before accepting, it’s crucial that you make sure it’s what you need to cover your expenses and what you deserve for your suffering. Here are some indications that you may want to consider accepting the settlement and where to get legal help to ensure your best interests […]

Why Do Some Lawyers Work on a Contingency Basis?

Posted on : December 15, 2020
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If you or someone you love are in an accident, you may be worried about how you’ll pay for all the damages. Medical bills and vehicle repair are costly, not to mention time spent out of work while you recover. A lawsuit can help you get compensation, but many people mistakenly believe they have to […]

Will Posting to Social Media Hurt My Car Accident Case?

Posted on : July 26, 2020
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It May Be Smart To Stay Off Of Social Media After being involved in a car accident and filing a personal injury claim, you can be sure the other side is gathering as much evidence against you as possible to avoid paying a settlement. One way that defense lawyers obtain evidence is through your social […]

What Evidence Do I Need to Prove My Slip and Fall Injury?

Posted on : June 23, 2020
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Slip and fall accidents are all too common during Florida summers. If you slipped and fell on someone else’s property and were injured as a result, you may be able to collect compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages. Here’s a list of some of the evidence you’ll need to support your […]

Should First Responders Take Action Against Their Employers After a Work Injury?

Posted on : April 22, 2020
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First Responder Work Injuries & Illnesses First responders are integral to the health and safety of the American population. They remain calm and focused under stress and can administer emergency, lifesaving services. However, this does mean that the nation’s first responders are at a greater risk of facing a work-related injury or becoming ill due […]