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  • How to Tell If Your Insurer Is Negotiating in Bad Faith

    June 09, 2014

    In theory, filing an insurance claim should be relatively straightforward: you submit a claim to your insurance company, an adjuster investigates the facts of the accident to determine the amount you’re entitled to under your policy, and the insurer makes the payment. But that’s just in theory. While filing a claim may go smoothly, many […]

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  • When Do I Have a Professional Malpractice Case in Florida?

    June 03, 2014

    There’s a reason professionals who work in fields such as medicine, law, and accounting have to complete years of specialized training: these are the people who can affect our health and finances based on how well they perform their job. They have a duty of care to their patients and clients, and they’re expected to […]

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  • If You Have to, Take Negligent Drivers to Civil Court

    May 29, 2014

    Criminal and civil law are two very different systems: civil law is designed to handle private disputes between organizations or individuals, while criminal law is set up to handle cases involving individuals who are deemed harmful to society. However, there are some cases where the line between criminal and civil law becomes less visible. One […]

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  • Education Influences Recovery after Traumatic Brain Injuries

    May 19, 2014

    The type of car accident, fall, or blow to the head can have a life-long impact. Even a mild traumatic brain injury can cause symptoms like headaches, insomnia, memory problems, mood swings, and changes in sensory perception. A moderate to severe brain injury can result in all those symptoms, as well as problems like slurred […]

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  • Insult to Injury: Hospital Asks Car Accident Victim to Foot Bill

    May 14, 2014

    If you’re injured in a car accident, your only thought should be getting proper medical care; next, your energy should be focused entirely on recovering from your injury. How you’re going to pay for medical care should be the last thing on your mind, but that’s exactly what one Kansas City woman was put through […]

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  • Children on Family Cruise Ships: Are You Putting Their Lives at Risk?

    May 06, 2014

    Are spending a lovely, relaxing vacation with your spouse and enjoying the company of your children mutually exclusive? Granted, in the past there weren’t a lot of options for vacationers if they didn’t want to be called “Mom” and “Dad” or have to change diapers in between guided tours. But then, cruise ships came along, […]

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  • What Happens When Individual Drivers Collide with Public Transit?

    May 01, 2014

    While it’s not something that happens every day, individual automobiles and public transit vehicles do sometimes collide. When these accidents occur, how are legal responsibilities divided? Of course,we expect both drivers to be held responsible for their share of the blame, but if public transit is concerned, the city is also automatically involved—and that’s where […]

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  • Homeowners: Watch Out for Water Exclusion Clauses

    April 06, 2014

    If you’re a homeowner, you don’t need to be told just how expensive it can be to make major repairs to your property. Even things that seem small can sometimes end up costing thousands, and bigger jobs easily climb into the tens of thousands – especially if there’s structural damage or changes to the plumbing […]

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  • In Florida, Traffic Accidents Can Lead to Drowning Deaths

    March 31, 2014

    With its miles of coastline as well as plentiful lakes, streams, and channels, Florida is the ideal setting for anyone who loves spending time on the water. Unfortunately, our easy access to water also means that traffic accidents involving submersion are a problem in our state. Not only does Florida lead the nation in boating […]

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  • How to Fight Stingy Insurance Companies

    March 25, 2014

    When it comes to filing insurance claims, it’s hard to know how things will play out, despite the seemingly clear terms of your policy and how valid you believe your claim is. With regard to disability claims in particular, it seems that insurance companies have recently been denying some perfectly valid claims on unfair and […]

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