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  • What If I Am Partially Responsible for a Car Accident?
    What If I Am Partially Responsible for a Car Accident?

    Imagine you are out driving, and you decide to roll through a stop sign. You know you shouldn’t, but you’re in a quiet intersection. You don’t see any on-coming traffic, so it shouldn’t be a problem. ...

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  • Should You Speak to an Insurance Company After Being Injured?
    Should You Speak to an Insurance Company After Being Injured?

    If you were injured in a car crash or bike accident , you might be wondering what to do if the liable party’s insurance company calls you. While the insurance agent on the other end of the phone might ...

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  • Could COVID-19 Ruin the Insurance Industry? What the Experts Are Saying
    Could COVID-19 Ruin the Insurance Industry? What the Experts Are Saying

    Recently, insurance industry analysts and professionals have indicated that COVID-19 has the potential to bankrupt the industry—depending on how judges and the US legal system at large handle ...

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  • Why You Should Hire a Lawyer Before Talking to the Insurance Company
    Why You Should Hire a Lawyer Before Talking to the Insurance Company

    Whether you were involved in a car accident or injured in a slip-and-fall accident in your local grocery store, one or more insurance companies are going to get involved. Unfortunately, ...

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  • What to Do After a Boat Accident
    What to Do After a Boat Accident

    A boating accident, much like a motorized vehicle accident, can be an incredibly jarring experience. However, unlike car accidents, boat accidents come with the added danger of drowning or going ...

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  • Is California a Fault or No-Fault Car Insurance State?
    Is California a Fault or No-Fault Car Insurance State?

    In the United States, we have what is called fault insurance states and no-fault insurance states. If you’re not a native of California and you moved from a no-fault insurance state, such as Oregon, ...

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