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A Photo is Worth a Thousand Words... Especially after a Car Wreck

A Photo is Worth a Thousand Words… Especially after a Car Wreck

If you have been involved in a car wreck, put those smartphones to good use: Take as many photographs and videos as you can. Photographs can help establish the scene of the collision, the speed of the vehicles prior to impact, and ultimately who was at fault in causing the wreck. For example, photographs of...
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Gap Insurance - Automobile Car

Protect Yourself with Gap Coverage

Have you ever heard of automobile gap coverage? Gap coverage makes up the difference between what your car is worth and what you owe on the vehicle if it is totaled in a collision. Do you REALLY need it? Absolutely, if you “upside down” on a vehicle. What does this mean? You are “upside down” on...
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Dog Attack Lawsuit

A Second Bite: Landlords may also be responsible for a renter’s dog attack

Is a dog man’s best friend? If we go by statistics concerning dog ownership, then perhaps that is true. There are approximately 78.2 million dogs kept as pets in the United States. That is more than the population of Great Britain. Unfortunately, man’s best friend bites more than 4.7 million people per year with almost...
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Workers’ Compensation Subrogation: Can Injured Workers Be Made Whole?

Workers’ Compensation Subrogation: Can Injured Workers Be Made Whole?

A workers’ compensation claim coupled with third-party negligence brings to light the tension in the law between the “made whole” doctrine and the statutory prohibition against double recovery. Whether you represent the client on the workers’ compensation claim, the negligence claim, or both, you must understand the implications of subrogation to maximize recovery for your...
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