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Should I Accept the Insurance Company’s Settlement Offer?

In a personal injury claims process, the insurance company you’re working with — often the negligent party’s provider — will offer you a settlement. A common question we get from our clients is whether they should accept that offer and move on with their lives. While accepting the offer will end the case, it’s important Read More

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Distracted Driving Causes Increasing Numbers of Car Accidents, Injuries

Distracted driving has become a common cause of car accidents and subsequent injuries in the United States. The prevalence of smart phones has made it especially problematic, as people frequently text, browse the web or make phone calls while behind the wheel, taking their attention (and eyes) off the road. California has laws that prohibit Read More

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Delayed Symptoms: What to Watch for After an Accident

A car accident is a stressful experience, even if you did not sustain any significant property damage or apparent injuries. You’ll likely experience a surge of adrenaline in the immediate aftermath of the collision, which can result in feeling like you’re practically in a daze while you’re going through the processes of taking photos, gathering Read More

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The Long-Term Effects of a Traumatic Brain Injury

Head injuries can be of great concern not only for their immediate impact but also their long-term effects on the victim’s health. If you’ve recently suffered a head injury in an accident caused by another person’s negligence, an awareness of the long-term effects of that injury will help you to better understand how to seek Read More

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Prescription Drug Abuse a Common Side Effect of Personal Injury Treatment

The most significant drug crisis in the United States right now involves a class of drugs that are initially legally obtained for consumption: prescription painkillers. These opioids are typically used for treating chronic and severe pain, with some of the most common being OxyContin and Vicodin. The big problem with the widespread use of these Read More

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Recovering Emotional Distress Damages in a Personal Injury Case

When you file a personal injury claim, you can seek compensation for emotional distress in addition to compensation for pain and suffering and economic damages like medical bills and lost wages. The amount of money you receive for emotional distress damages depends on the nature of your injuries and the jurisdiction in which you file Read More

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