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Three Ways To Proceed After An NVICP Claim Denial

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Although the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP) is supposed to provide people a simple and easy way to obtain compensation for injuries they suffer as a result of complications caused by vaccines, it’s not unusual for claims to be denied. In fact, some people claim the system has become more adversarial and inefficient than it was designed to be. However, having a claim denied by the NVICP doesn’t mean the end of the road. Read More»

Ways to Protect Your Business Against Slip-and-Fall Accidents

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Thousands of people are injured each year when they slip and fall. If this type of accident occurs in your place of business, you may be liable for some or all of the injuries. This can put a huge strain on your business, especially if you are a smaller business or one that is barely staying afloat. Fortunately, a slip-and-fall accident does not have to be the end of your business. Read More»

Injured While Riding Your Motorcycle? How Can You Prove You Weren't At Fault?

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Being the motorcycle rider in a collision between a bike and a car can often leave you recovering from some fairly severe injuries – and more often than not, scrapping your bike and being forced to purchase a new one with your insurance proceeds. Especially problematic can be sideswipe collisions in which fault is difficult to determine; you may find yourself defending against an insurance claim or even a personal injury lawsuit filed by the vehicle’s driver. Read More»

College Students & Car Accidents: Four Financial Impacts In A Settlement Case

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Going to college often involves a complicated schedule that has a mix of classes, traveling to work, and traveling back home to visit family. Through all of these travels, it is unfortunate if you are involved in a car accident that results in serious injuries. Injuries caused in a car accident can have a dramatic impact on your life and create a huge change in your college plans. Along with the costs for medical bills and healing, there are four financial impacts that directly relate to college students. Read More»

Is Your Liability Waiver Enforceable?

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Most people have signed a liability waiver at some point in life. It is normally signed prior to you or your child participating in some type of potentially dangerous or hazardous activity. But exactly what risk are you accepting and what rights are you waiving? The answer to these questions are not as clear cut as you may expect. Understanding what a liability waiver is and when will it may not be upheld may help you if you are ever injured in an accident at a place where you have signed one. Read More»

3 Tips For Collecting A Lawsuit Judgement After A Car Accident

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Going through with a lawsuit when you’ve been injured in an accident is a long and sometimes difficult process. You may feel that justice is very slow in coming. Finally getting a judgement in your favor can feel like a huge weight off of your shoulders. Most of the time, that will be the end of it, and you’ll receive a check from the insurance company before too long. But if you sued an individual instead of a company – an uninsured driver, for example – you may find that you have trouble collecting on your award. Read More»

How Road Rage Makes a Car Accident Lawsuit a Little More Complicated

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Truly accidental car collisions are bad enough when they result in lasting injury and vehicle damage, but purposeful collisions caused by an angry driver can be even worse in both severity and the aftermath. If you’re struggling to recover after a car accident caused by an angry or rage-filled driver, you’ll need the help of an attorney who can handle the extra complications brought on by the aggressive behavior. Manage your car accident case the right way to maximize your compensation from a road rage collision. Read More»

Can Lane Splitting Affect Your Motorcycle Accident Insurance Claim?

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“Lane splitting” is a hot topic among many motorcyclists. It’s a tactic used by many to carefully filter their way through slow-moving or stopped traffic. However, it’s also a practice that unnerves many other motorists and often sets the stage for serious accidents among motorcyclists. If you get into an accident on your motorcycle while lane splitting, you’ll definitely want to know how it could impact your ability to seek compensation for injuries and other damages. Read More»

Can Long Emergency Room Wait Times Kill You? What You Need to Know

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Anyone who’s ever been to the emergency room for a non-life-threatening injury or illness knows that you may end up waiting quite a long time to be seen by a doctor. But is that wait time dangerous? It can be. Emergency room wait times are on the rise, with some hospitals reaching four times the national average wait time of 28 minutes. In 2011, there was an extreme example of just how damaging these wait times can be. Read More»