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- What to Expect in Making an Insurance Claim
When you wind up making a claim on an insurance policy, an insurance claim can be a complicated process, and it can be full of unpleasant surprises and frustrating delays. Don't forget, the insurer only makes money if it doesn't have to pay out money. Even with the most established companies, there is almost always going to be some resistance to paying your claim.
- Understanding Automobile Insurance
Trying to understand all the terms used in relation to automobiles, particularly automobile insurance, can be a daunting task. In many cases, terms relating to your automobile insurance may be defined within the policy itself. In other cases, words may come up in conversation with your insurance agent, or after you have been involved in a car accident, which are not defined in the policy.
- What to Do if You Are in an Automobile Accident
Would you know what to do if you drove your car into another car? A pedestrian? When a car accident happens, injuries may be severe and emotions may be high. However, there are important things that must be taken care of both at the scene of any accident and following an accident. The following is a list of things that should be done, if at all possible, when any accident occurs.
- Top 10 Reasons to Hire an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney
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- Bicycle Accidents in North Carolina - Knowledge Can Help Avoid Injuries
Bicycling is becoming more popular in the United States. A report from the Governors Highway Safety Association says that Americans are turning to biking for its health and environmental benefits. Plus, millennials, people born between 1979 and 1995, seem to have a preference for living in cities and having their lives less tied to their car. Unfortunately, our region has not traditionally been very friendly to bikers.
- Ford to Petition Regulators to Avoid Recall of Vehicles With Defective Airbags
The petition would let Ford to continue analyzing the inflators for defects.
- 3 Reasons Why People Confess to Crimes They Didn't Commit
If you think only guilty people confess to crimes, you couldn't be more wrong. In fact, innocent individuals are often convicted after they provide police with false confessions.
- Accidents and Student Drivers: Who’s Responsible?
Everyone on the road has been a new driver at one point or another. Anyone who's ever been behind the wheel had to learn how to drive before they could have the experience necessary to navigate the distractions and obstacles that exist on roadways every day. Unfortunately, accidents do happen, and sometimes, they occur when new drivers are still students -- accompanied by their instructors.
- Michigan Birth Injury Litigation 101
You spent nine months dreaming about what your baby would look like. You eagerly anticipated holding him for the first time. Hearing that first cry. Instead, there was panic. Labor took too long. You listened to the fetal heart rate monitor anxiously awaiting the next bleep that let you know your baby's heart was still beating.
- Potential Defenses to a Minnesota Dog Bite Case
Dog bite cases are frequently an issue when the owner does not contain the animal, the pet has broken free of confinement or the owner is not able to contain the creature within the home. To mitigate the damage, the owner must defend himself or herself from these cases when none of these factors exist and the individual taunted the dog.