Answers To Questions You May Have About Getting Adequate Compensation From A Wrongful Death Claim

Posted on: 7 December 2015

When you have a family member that dies as the result of the negligent behavior of someone else, chances are the irresponsible party will face criminal charges. However, seeing someone go to prison is not enough if your family is left in financial dire straits and needs to receive compensation to cover medical bills as well as pain and suffering. With the help of an attorney you can file a civil suit against the criminal.
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Truck Accident Demand Letters: 5 Mistakes To Avoid

Posted on: 3 November 2015

If a truck collides with your car and injures you or one of your passengers, you'll need to send a demand letter to the truck driver's insurance company. A demand letter sets out your account of events and outlines what you want the insurer to do, so it's vital that you get this critical document right. Make sure a bad demand letter doesn't jeopardize your claim by avoiding the five following mistakes claimants sometimes make.
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7 Things You Must Do After a Car Accident

Posted on: 7 October 2015

While some vehicle accidents only result in property damage, others cause deaths. Although being in a car accident can be quite scary, it is important to stay calm and take control of the situation. If you take the proper steps, you can improve the situation. Here are seven important things you must do after a car accident: Make Sure Everyone is Okay Before looking at the vehicle damage, it is very important to see if everyone involved in the accident is alright.
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Be Careful About Signing A Confidentiality Agreement In Your Trucking Accident Settlement

Posted on: 23 September 2015

Truck accident settlements are as unique as the people involved in them. However, there is one component most of them have in common: confidentiality agreements. Many trucking companies want to prevent accident victims from discussing potentially damaging information with others and often require plaintiffs to sign nondisclosure contracts as a condition of the settlement. Here's why you should think twice about signing on the dotted line. The Problem with Confidentiality Agreements
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