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 Making a Personal Injury Claim after a Hit and Run

Many people think that if they are injured in a hit and run accident cannot make a claim for personal injury because the other driver is no-where to be found. This is definitely not the case. You can make a claim on your own policy under the uninsured motorist coverage which, is typical coverage that you pay for when getting your policy.

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 What Steps Should You Take after a Car Accident?

The author discusses what steps you should take after a car accident to preserve your rights whether you are going to bring a personal injury lawsuit or not.

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 Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Benefits

What are PIP benefits? People always ask me what PIP benefits are. In Massachusetts most policies have what is called personal injury protection benefits or PIP. Pip benefits are no fault benefits which means you are entitled to collect these benefits after a car accident whether or not you were at fault or not. Often times more serious car accidents result in injuries to passengers or driver.

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 Dog Bites

People love their dogs and why not they give you affection and unconditional love. However, certain breeds and certain dogs can become aggressive and violent if they feel threatened and are territorial. This does not necessarily mean the dog is a bad dog or it should be killed or sent away. Most dog bites and maulings occur as a result of the negligence of the dogs owners.

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 Examinations under Oath Have Become the Wild Wild West

An examination under oath in Massachusetts is usually used by insurance companies as a tool to deny coverage of PIP benefits. In Massachusetts auto insurance carriers are required to pay for PIP benefits to the inured passengers, drivers or pedestrians. They are required to pay for reasonable and necessary medical bills, lost wages, replacement services and other accident related expenses.

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 Do I Have a Case? Soft Tissue Injuries

Massachusetts is a comparative negligence state. This means in order to succeed the other party must be at least 51% at fault. If you are injured in an accident that is your own fault you most likely will not be able to make a case for personal injury.

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