Personal Injury
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Made Whole Doctrine California After a car accident, most people turn to their insurance companies. If your car insurance company pays for your property damage or your car insurance or/and health insurance pay for your medical bills, and you were not at fault for the accident, your insurance company may seek reimbursement from the liable party. This is...
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What Is Prop 213? Prop 213—which is still in effect—restricts a person’s ability to collect non-economic damages (e.g., pain and suffering, emotional distress, etc.) in a car accident or personal injury lawsuit if he/she does not carry auto insurance or driving a vehicle that was not covered by insurance – no matter who is at...
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4 Ways Social Media Can Damage Your Personal Injury Claim Humans are connected in ways we never could have imagined thanks to social media. Popular social media platforms are: Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, TikTok, and Instagram. These platforms allow people from around the globe to keep in touch with their loved ones, express their opinions, share...
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Experiencing an injury is terrifying. I know, because it happened to me. I was in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on Halloween night, eight years ago. There was a huge party held in a large industrial warehouse with multiple interactive exhibits. One of them was a net that spanned all the way to the roof acting as a...
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