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Year: 2020

Don’t Talk to an Adjuster About Your Injuries

It’s reasonable to seek help after a car accident. Speaking to someone who will listen feels helpful. But talking to an insurance company immediately after your accident does more harm than good. You deserve the right kind of help – and there are some big reasons you won’t get it…

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Pursuing a Car Accident Claim on Your Own

Pursuing a Car Accident Claim Without a Lawyer Following a car accident, it’s normal for you to have questions. If you plan to pursue a car accident claim without a lawyer, you will need a few tips to get you started. The steps you take are critical to building a…

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Your Property Claim After a Motorcycle Accident

Being a motorcyclist means you care for your ride. More so than drivers of most other vehicles, you invest a lot of money in your motorcycle and gear. This includes the insurance you expect to help you in the event of an accident. But investing in protection doesn’t mean the…

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Is My Claim for Personal Injury or Workers’ Compensation?

If you’ve been injured in an accident, legal assistance can make a big difference in the compensation you ultimately receive. So what kind of lawyer should you call? Naturally, you would think of a personal injury lawyer. But that may not be the case if you were injured at work….

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How Much Is My Claim Worth?

Recovering after an accident is probably new territory for you. An important question is how much you will need from the insurance settlement to cover your losses. Having your bills reimbursed makes sense, but you might need more. This is especially the case if you are missing work, need future…

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Don’t Settle too Quickly

Here’s an ideal outcome from a car accident: you get your car easily repaired, your injuries quickly heal after a single doctor’s visit, and you get a timely settlement check from the insurance company to pay those bills. That usually doesn’t happen. An appraiser may drag out a car damage…

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How Do You Prove a Nevada Dog Bite Case?

Nevada does not hold dog owners strictly liable for dog bite injuries. Strict liability means you do not need to prove anything wrong with the dog owner’s conduct before the dog bit you. For example, if you were bitten by a dog in a strict liability state like California, you…

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Wrongful Death at the Alpine Motel Apartments

Justice is taking its first step after the deadliest residential fire in Las Vegas history. On December 21, 2019, a fire inside the Alpine Motel Apartments left 60 people homeless, injured 13, and took the lives of 6 people. Among the fatalities is Tracy Ann Cihal, aged 57. Her family…

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Dawn Noel Pignuela v. Britney Spears

Britney Spears was not so lucky to avoid her own notable mention in personal injury history. Ordinarily, celebrities characterize a person they’ve hurt as a fame seeker who is just looking to get a “Piece of Me.” But Spears could not claim that after accidentally punching her backup dancer in…

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