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Tag: serious injury cases

slip & fall injuries and trip & fall accidents

Slip & Fall Injuries: Hazards and Legal Challenges

Slip & fall injuries happen when hazardous conditions get in  the way. Ankle injuries, wrist injuries and others result from slip and fall or trip and fall accidents.  Such injuries range from the less severe sprains to much more serious injuries. At the same time, holding property owners liable for […]

Looking at Personal Injury Cases

Common Questions About Personal Injury Cases

What is my Injury Case Worth? This is without doubt the most asked question about personal injury cases. Insurance company software, which actually calculates the settlement value of your case, crunches literally thousands of data points in arriving at the answer. You do not want to hear the personal injury […]

Insurance Exclusions

Insurance Exclusions: When is a Comma Worth One Million Dollars?

Insurance exclusions take away coverage for damages you might otherwise think are covered in an insurance policy.  Insurance exclusions often appear as a clause in an insurance policy that eliminates coverage for specified events.  For example, homeowner’s policies often exclude coverage for flood damage. Simple, right? Anyone actually sitting down and reading […]



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