Is An Auto Accident Draining Your Pockets Because The Insurance Company Won't Pay? Get A Lawyer Fast

Posted on: 26 September 2016
If an auto accident has caused a variety of financial problems and medical problems, and you weren't the one who caused the accident but you only have minimum coverage insurance, you want to call a lawyer. If you aren't going to get enough from the insurance providers to cover all the expenses that you have, and the insurance companies are ignoring your requests, you want to get legal help.  Here are a few things to do before your consultation happens, so you're ready to file your case against the other driver and their insurance company.
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Why Cell Phone Usage Causes Accidents

Posted on: 23 September 2016
Although many people realize that cell phone usage while driving is dangerous, they may still use their electronic devices when operating a vehicle. As a result, accidents that could be avoided may occur due to the distractions of phone usage. When people are distracted while driving, they may be more likely to swerve back and forth in a lane, vary in speed, or react to a dangerous situation too late to prevent a collision.
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Four Reasons Your Long-Term Disability Claim Is Likely To Be Approved

Posted on: 14 September 2016
Long-term disability claims are sometimes challenging to follow through with because you have to submit enough proof for the claim to be approved. Many times, long-term disability claims are denied the first and even the second time because there was not sufficient proof to approve it. This is why you need a disability attorney by your side to help you document your case. You should also know these four reasons that your claim is most likely to be approved:
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Injured? Know What To Expect From The Insurance Agency

Posted on: 23 August 2016
If you've been injured in a car accident, you may be extremely relieved that the at-fault driver was insured. After all, physical injuries are bad enough without having to pay those medical bills out of your own pocket or paying for your own car repair. Knowing what to expect from the insurance company and how damages are calculated is important, so read on to learn more. Damages The impact that the accident has on you can be summed up in one word: damages.
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