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Property Damage and Insurance

One of the first rules you must know in personal injury is that the person responsible for causing the car accident can be held liable for the cost of any necessary vehicle repairs. This can include something as simple as…

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Motorcycle Accident Insurance Claim

The following factors are necessary in order to have a successful motorcycle accident insurance claim: Availability of adequate insurance - one of the most important keys to a successful motorcycle accident injury case is having the correct insurance policy for…

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Witness Credibility, Why Important?

If you are involved in a car accident you will certainly need to get the names, addresses and phone numbers of any witnesses to the accident. Getting the contact information of witnesses may be easy but determining the witnesses' credibility…

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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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Do and Don’ts After a Crash

There are a number of dos and don’ts when it comes to handling matters after a crash, some of these include the following: Do not wait too long before getting medical treatment - it is best to seek medical treatment immediately…

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Car Bicycle Accidents and Compensation

As with any other personal injury matters if someone else’s negligence causes an accident and injuries or property damage the injured has the right to file a personal injury claim. This also applies to where a person riding a bicycle…

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Witness Statements and Your Case

Witness statements support the following factors in a car accident case: Support claims of innocence It must be noted that an injured person’s compensation award can be reduced or completely eliminated if he or she is found to have been…

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Lawyers and the Discovery Process

According to the Cornell Law School Legal Information Institute discovery is defined as, “in civil actions, parties use the pretrial discovery process to gather information in preparation for trial." Basically, discovery is a pre-trial investigation process where both sides to a…

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