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Whiplash Injuries and Valuation

Whiplash is defined as “a non-medical term used to describe neck pain following an injury to the soft tissues of the neck (specifically ligaments, tendons and muscles)”. It is important to note that damages in a whiplash case are normally…

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Fair Compensation for Whiplash Injuries

In a whiplash injury claim, victims must take certain legal steps to retain their ability to recover compensation for damages. The best chance an injured person has of obtaining a settlement offer is by filing a lawsuit against the potentially…

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Personal Injury Claims: Injury FAQs

There are a number of questions that arise after a car accident with regards to the injury sustained and proving elements of the accident. Q.: How do I value a fractured foot in a car accident settlement demand? Note that…

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Post-Accident: Keeping a Diary

Post-Accident: Keeping a Diary One of the most important things you can do after a car accident is to keep a diary. The diary must document the crash, focusing on such things as: how it happened, how it affected you…

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Key Asbestos Case Worth Factors

Key Asbestos Case Worth Factors Because every asbestos case is unique, there is no accurate formula that will determine the value of your case. However, there are key factors that must be taken into consideration. This article will look at…

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FAQs on Class Action Lawsuits Pt. 3

FAQs on Class Action Lawsuits Pt. 3 There are a number of questions that arise with regards to how class actions work. This article will discuss some of frequently asked questions with regards to class actions. Q. What kinds of…

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Important Factors in TBI

Important Factors in TBI After serious accidents it is possible that traumatic brain damage (TBI) may be overlooked but only to suffer later on. A TBI can leave a victim’s life irrevocably changed, permanently damaging their relationships, work, mental capacity…

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Valuing Injuries: Tooth Damage

Valuing Injuries: Tooth Damage If you broke, chipped or damaged your tooth in an accident and have a valid personal injury claim the question is, how do you value your losses? Generally, there are many factors present in any case…

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