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Category: Personal Injury

Replacing Your Personal Injury Lawyer

Sam & Ash, LLP are the personal injury lawyers who do What’s Right. Not all lawyers do, and you may know this because you hired a bad one. But just because you hired a bad lawyer doesn’t mean you have to remain stuck with them. You can upgrade your lawyer. Being…

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The Real Discounts You Get from the Insurance Company

Insurance companies made headlines offering their policyholders refunds, credits, or one-time payments during the coronavirus pandemic. Many of their policyholders recently lost work because of the economic shutdown. This is welcomed relief. But when ordinary business resumes, what will the insurance companies discount next? Insurance Discounts They Can Afford All…

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What Is a Contingency Fee?

You probably heard that personal injury attorneys work on a percentage of the insurance settlement. How does that work? What is a contingency fee? It’s an alternative to an hourly rate other attorneys charge their clients. A contingency fee is an arrangement between you and your attorney to share a set percentage…

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Starting Your Personal Injury Case from Home

Are you quarantined with an injury that was caused by an accident? You still deserve justice for your pain and suffering, but it’s understandably harder to pursue during the pandemic. While these challenges are new for everyone, you can continue to find help in expertise. The right lawyer can help…

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Bret Michaels v. CBS – Head Injury at the Tony Awards

Accident on Broadway’s Biggest Night Bret Michaels is the lead vocalist of 80s glam metal band Poison and was the host of the VH1’s “Rock of Love with Bret Michaels.” Michaels rode his comeback wave all the way to the 2009 CBS Tony Awards, when he joined a live rendition…

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Can Telemedicine Help My Personal Injury Case?

The coronavirus pandemic has interrupted our normal lives. Social distancing orders and fear of contracting COVID-19 may keep you from going to the hospital or your doctor’s office. If you were injured in an accident, “normal” is not something you feel anymore. But you still deserve a full recovery, so…

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Does Posting on Social Media Hurt My Personal Injury Claim?

You say a lot about yourself on social media. Everything you post suggests something about your wellbeing, regardless of your intention. In fact, an insurance company can use your social media accounts as evidence you were not injured after an accident. Even if a status update is an incomplete picture…

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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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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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