When you’re involved in a car accident, your first instinct will be to call 911 or push the other driver off the road. However, this can lead to further complications. Instead, follow these steps if you want to avoid an insurance claim:
Injuries that have resulted from a common accident are covered.
Homeowner’s insurance represents a promise of liability coverage for the policy holder/homeowner.
A typical policy has a limit on the amount of money available to the injured party. Some homeowners purchase an umbrella policy. It would cover a more expensive treatment, if an accident victim, needed such a treatment. It would also cover the medical expenses that were linked to an injury caused by an uncommon accident. Read More
The best way to get more money from your settlement is to be prepared. You may have already hired an attorney, but even if you haven’t, it’s important that you know what goes on at a mandatory settlement conference in a personal injury case. Here are some things to think about before you get ready for your first meeting with the other side: Read More
Medical malpractice is when a medical professional fails to provide a level of medical care in the community. This may lead to serious injury or death for the patient. Medical malpractice claims can be complex. Every state has rules and procedures that apply to medical malpractice claims. Below is a list of requirements and details you should know if you have been seriously injured in a medical malpractice case. If you need additional information, consider contacting an experienced injury lawyer in St. Catharines. Read More
The nature of the dog bite and the claims settlement process will affect how much of a settlement you’ll receive. 95% of personal injury claims settle out of court. Many of these are dog bite claims. That’s why you need to understand the dog bite claims settlement process and the settlement amount (if any) that you’ll get. You need to understand: Read More
If you have been hurt in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be able to file a claim against the person or company responsible for your injuries. In many cases, insurance companies will offer settlements before going to court. But if they refuse to pay what you think is fair compensation for your injuries, you may need to take your case to court. Read More
If you guessed that you need to have a good strategy to get the best settlement after your personal injury accident, you’re absolutely right. You’ll have no trouble formulating the perfect settlement strategy if you follow these secrets: Read More
The legal community has established guidelines for verifying the severity or permanence of an accident victim’s injury. By the same token, it has created a guide to the standard features of a permanent injury. Read More