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How Do Insurers Value a Personal Injury Claim in New York?

Personal Injury News | August 18, 2020

Understanding how much compensation you should receive in a personal injury claim is vital to your recovery. Your injury settlement must pay for your ongoing medical costs, along with the other financial, physical, and emotional losses you incur. Accepting a lower settlement than you deserve can cause additional hardships later on, so calculating your estimated…

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Commonly Overlooked Things in Personal Injury Claims

Personal Injury News | April 29, 2020

When you are filing a personal injury claim after an unexpected accident caused by a third party, there are a lot of factors you have to keep in mind. Many people already know they need a police report copy, medical record copies, and pictures of the damages. However, the one thing that many people overlook is…

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Are Malpractice Apology Laws Ineffective?

Personal Injury News | April 15, 2020

Different states have different laws when it comes to handling medical malpractice. Some states have apology laws that allow physicians to apologize to patients without any legal repercussions. When it comes to medical malpractice apology laws, recent studies have found these laws to be ineffective for reducing liability risks. This has led some medical professionals…

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Truck Accidents Caused by Negligence

Accident News | April 8, 2020

Figuring out what to do after a serious truck accident can be difficult. There are multiple causative factors involved in truck accidents. In these scenarios, negligence can fall into the hands of the truck driver, trucking company, truck manufacturer, or other drivers involved. Determining who was negligent requires collecting evidence and recalling how the accident…

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