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Cell Phones and Accidents: Is Legal Cell Phone Use Negligence?

Motor vehicle accidents happen more often than not due to driver inattention. Jabbering on the cell phone, texting, eating, drinking, turning to communicate with passengers, daydreaming and many other distractions reduce driver attention. Unfortunate but true, tragedies like this are not uncommon. More people are using phones every day as […]

LIENS ON PERSONAL INJURY CASES

Like locks on a gate, liens prevent final settlement of personal injury cases until they are addressed.  Government liens, private liens, statutory liens and others lock down settlement until dealt with. Medicare & Medicaid Liens Medicare & Medicaid, by statute, have liens on injury cases where accident related bills have […]

Independent Medical Examination: Do They Care?

Independent Medical Examination in Personal Injury: the “IME”

Independent Medical Examination is anything but independent.  The exams, also called an “IME” are also not medical examinations in the sense of a physician performing an unbiased examination seeking clinical findings for the purpose of healing. IMEs are set up by insurance companies solely for insurance company purposes.  So, the correct […]

New Years Resolutions Legal Angle

New Year’s Resolutions: Legal and Financial Matters

  Resolutions: Lose weight.  Exercise.  Eat Healthy.  Great. But, here are some smart New Year’s resolutions to upgrade your legal and financial status: 1.   Balance & review all accounts monthly or more often.  Rampant identity theft and big box store security breaches make this one of your top resolutions.  Some people […]

Why Statements are Tricky

Never Give “Statements” in Your Injury Case Without An Attorney

  After an accident insurance companies want to take statements.  It’s how they document claims. You have a duty to cooperate with your own insurance company.  And, it’s a good idea to cooperate with the insurance company for the person or company that caused an injury.   So, allow the insurance company to look at a car […]



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