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5 Questions to Ask an Insurance Adjuster After a Car Accident

Insurance adjusters can be intimidating to deal with after you have been injured in a car accident. They are not looking out for your best interests. By asking these questions, you can give yourself the information you need to get the full compensation you should receive for your injuries.

Why Are Prescription Drug Lawsuits So Common?

If you’re sick or dealing with a prolonged illness, chances are that you’ll be prescribed medications by your doctor to assist in your healing. Prescription medications in the United States are governed by the Food and Drug Administration, and in virtually all cases, a prescription drug cannot be sold until it has been thoroughly investigated by the Administration. Unfortunately, some prescription drugs have been found to do more harm than good, even after being approved by the FDA.

Why You Need a Premises Liability Attorney

If you were injured while on someone else’s property you may need to learn a thing or two about premises liability law. It is advisable that if you have been injured while on someone else’s property you should seek out proper legal help. An advantage of hiring a personal injury attorney is that he or she will be there to guide you through the complicated maze of Drs. and treatment and recovering for your losses.

Are You Prepared For Your Slip and Fall Injury Case?

Do you know what do you need to do to take care of any current or future potential medical expenses or lost wages? Knowing ahead of time the way to proceed can be invaluable in getting proper help and care in your slip fall injury case.

Winter Sports Injury Liabilities

Winter is a time when many people dust off their skis and snowboards and head out to the mountains. Skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, ice skating, hockey, and sledding are all popular pastimes during the winter, but each has the potential to result in serious injury. Sports also present unique challenges for plaintiffs trying to recover damages. Sports injuries in which a plaintiff can recover for damages tend to fall into three categories: injuries from defective equipment, unintentional injuries from competitors, and deliberate injuries.

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