8 Car Accident Myths That Can Cause You A Lot Of Money

Posted on: 4 April 2017

Do you know what to do if you are involved in a car accident? Many people have false information about car accidents, injuries, and legal claims related to car accidents. Read through this list of car accident myths to find out the facts.  Insurance doesn't need to get involved.  Sometimes people who are involved in an auto accident think that they should just work the situation out between themselves. This can be a very dangerous risk.
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How To Prepare For A Career As A Car Accident Lawyer Beginning In College

Posted on: 20 September 2016

Working as a car accident lawyer can be a rewarding and lucrative career. As an auto accident attorney, you get to represent people who were injured and had property damaged -- and you'll likely be financially rewarded each time you're successful. According to AllLaw, auto accident attorneys typically receive between 25 and 40 percent of their claimants' settlements. The field is competitive, though, and you'll need to start preparing as soon as possible.
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Frequently Asked Questions You May Have After Being Injured In A Hit-And-Run Accident

Posted on: 22 June 2016

If you are injured in a car accident in which another party is at fault, you are able to file a personal injury claim against the other party and their insurance company to recoup any money you are out. This includes medical expenses, lost wages and even pain and suffering. But, if you are involved in a hit-and-run accident, you may have many questions about what your rights are to recoup money in that situation.
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Severe Hand & Arm Injury Cases: Four Financial Impacts for Professional Chefs

Posted on: 24 May 2016

Being a professional chef requires a lot of skills and hard work. If you've been involved in an accident that caused a severe injury to your hand, your abilities to perform as a chef may become extremely limited. When someone else is liable for your personal injuries, they are not only expected to compensate you for your initial medical bills, but for any other costs directly related to your injury. One way to help recuperate these costs is with a settlement case.
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