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Blog Posts in January, 2016

  • Settling My Car Repair Claims Before My Injury Claims

    After you have been in a car accident that left you injured and your car considerably bashed up, you might not be able to get to work, school, or other functions easily, or at all. On the off-chance that the other driver’s insurance adjuster accepts liability for the damages and offers you a settlement, should you take it? What if you are also suing the driver for your personal injury damages? Can ...
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  • Defective Airbags: Failure to Deploy

    Back in 2014, the public became aware of a serious airbag defect in many of General Motors’ (GM) automobiles. Evidence suggested that ignition switches could randomly malfunction and disable the power steering and the airbags. The results were allegedly 13 or more fatal car accidents that should have not resulted in passenger death if the airbags had not failed to deploy. The National Highway ...
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  • 5 Common Injuries Sustained in Car Accidents

    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), car accidents injure more than three million Americans each year. While the resulting injuries from a car accident can be influenced by a myriad of different factors such as the wearing of seatbelts, speed, and location of impact, certain injuries that are more common than others. 1. Soft-Tissue Injuries: Soft tissues, such ...
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  • How Long do I Have to File a Car Accident Injury Claim?

    Did you know that personal injury claims after a car accident are subject to a statute of limitations? A “statute of limitations” is predetermined period of time in which a person is allowed to take legal action. If this time limit expires, a person will lose their right to file a lawsuit. Statutes of limitations apply to nearly every type of legal action and vary in lengths from state to state. ...
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