Four Hints For Success When Negotiating An Injury Settlement With Insurance Adjusters

Posted on: 3 April 2017
Being injured in a car accident is certainly no fun, and negotiating an injury claim is even less enjoyable. In fact, it can be incredibly stressful, and a mistake on your part could cost you thousands of dollars in settlement money. That is why it's important to have an understanding of how to negotiate with insurance claims representatives. Going into negotiations blindly can leave you floundering and stumbling around, since you are no match for a professional adjuster without obtaining upfront advice.
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3 Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Car Accident Attorney

Posted on: 30 March 2017
Have you recently been in an automobile accident? Are you worried that the insurance company isn't going to properly compensate you for your losses? Unfortunately for you, it's often in an insurance company's best interests to drag the settlement process out for as long as possible. But when you've got bills to pay, you obviously want to have the insurance money as quickly as possible. In order to get a fast settlement offer, you may need to hire an attorney to help you with your case.
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4 Things You Need To Do Following A Motorcycle Accident

Posted on: 29 March 2017
If you are involved in a motorcycle accident, it is important that you take the right steps following the accident. Here is what you should do immediately following a motorcycle accident. #1 Call The Police Following your accident, you should call 911 and request that an officer come out to the scene of the accident. You are going to want a police officer to create a police report concerning your accident.
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Questions Business-Owners Have About Slip & Fall Accidents

Posted on: 27 March 2017
Slip and fall accidents may be more common than you think. If you are a business owner or employer, slip and fall accidents may be on your mind. If you own a physical business, you may have been worried about slip and fall incidents happening on your premises. These tips, many of which any lawyer will tell you, could help you avoid a slip and fall or wrongful death court case.
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