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September 2013

How Does an Insurance Company Decide How Much To Pay?

By | Personal Injury Blog

When you are injured in a car accident, it seems as though you have enough difficulties without having to fight to have your injuries paid for by the insurance company. Unfortunately, though, you will probably have to contend with an insurance company after an accident, whether it’s someone else’s company, or whether it’s the company that provides your liability insurance…

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I Just Received a Personal Injury Settlement…. What now?

By | Feature Story, Personal Injury Blog

This week, a friend and talented estate planning attorney, Jeremy Cooper, has graciously agreed to contribute a few words about planning for personal injury settlements.  Here is what he as to say: Many clients assume all lawyers know everything about the law.  Unfortunately, that is not the case.  Most lawyers specialize in a specific area of the law, and while…

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What is Bodily Injury Liability Coverage?

By | Personal Injury Blog

Every state requires that you carry auto insurance. In most cases, the insurance you are required to carry is liability insurance. This way, if you cause harm to another person or property while driving your car, the insurance can cover the cost — ensuring that your liability is discharged without completely devastating you financially.  Part of your liability coverage is…

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