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  • How Can I Prove I Was Harmed by a Defective Product?
    How Can I Prove I Was Harmed by a Defective Product?

    Proving that you were harmed by a defective product is more complicated than just displaying your injury. Some items, like lighters or buzzsaws, are inherently dangerous, and the user takes ...

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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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  • What Are the Most Common Summer Personal Injuries?
    What Are the Most Common Summer Personal Injuries?

    Summer is here, which means more time for outdoor activities as well as injuries. While personal injuries can happen at any time of the year, summer sees an increase in certain injuries as people ...

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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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  • What Are the Most Common Types of Personal Injury Cases?
    What Are the Most Common Types of Personal Injury Cases?

    Accidents are one of the leading causes of injuries and death across the United States. In fact, over 400,000 personal injury claims are filed across the nation each year. Today, we review the most ...

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  • Personal Injury Versus Catastrophic Injury: What Is the Difference?
    Personal Injury Versus Catastrophic Injury: What Is the Difference?

    While both catastrophic injury and personal injury cases affect an individual on a physical, emotional, mental, and psychological level, there are major differences between them. The type of ...

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