Monthly Archives: September 2014

What Are Pain and Suffering Damages?

"Pain and suffering" are two words you often hear together in the context of a motor vehicle collision or other accident. If you have been hurt in a car crash or other incident, you probably know all too well that personal injuries can leave you with a great deal of pain. They also take a toll on various other aspects of your life. In a personal injury case, these types of damages have a very specific meaning and are an important component in the total compensation awarded by the court or agreed upon in a settlement. (more…)

When It Comes to the Insurance Company, Let Your Attorney Do the Talking

After a car accident or other unfortunate event, you are required to notify your insurance company. What you may not realize is that insurance companies and their adjusters don't have your best interests in mind. Like any business – and a big one at that – the insurance company is focused on its bottom line. To protect your important legal interests, it's crucial to let your lawyer handle communication and negotiation with an insurance company. (more…)

5 Steps to Take after a Car Accident

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), car accidents are a leading cause of injury and death in the United States, with over 2.3 million people sustaining car accident-related injuries each year. The NHTSA also reports that car accident injuries come at a high price, costing nearly $1 trillion in loss of life and productivity in 2012 alone. (more…)
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