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January 16, 2018

What’s a Realistic Settlement Amount for My Traffic Accident?

Lawsuits are often time-consuming and emotionally draining, so it’s little surprise that many people want to settle their claims outside of court. A settlement allows you to avoid going to trial and possibly losing, and …

January 15, 2018

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  Many people are burned by defective products or overly hot food or beverages, but traffic accidents also cause their fair share of burns. The effects of burns can be devastating, causing serious pain and injuries …

January 10, 2018

How Expert Witnesses Can Help Your Traffic Accident Lawsuit

  To hold someone accountable for your traffic accident, you need to present evidence. Quality evidence will include eyewitness testimony, including your own testimony, about what happened. Even though you don’t have to prove the other …

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