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How Do I Show Evidence of My Pain & Suffering?

Posted on : April 13, 2021
Slip and Fall Personal Injury Lawyer, Appalachian Injury Law
Damages for pain and suffering can be included in your accident claim if your injuries were critical, severe, or costly.  You can show evidence of your pain and suffering after an injury or accident by:  Getting Copies of Your Hospital Records   Your hospital records are one of the most important pieces of information in your […]
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How Will I Know If My Injury Settlement Is Good Or Not?

Posted on : January 20, 2021
If you’ve been injured in an accident that was the result of someone else’s negligence, it’s important to ensure that you’re properly compensated. Knowing whether or not a settlement offer is good enough to accept can be challenging — here are some ways to tell and where to get the legal advocacy you need after […]
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How Do I Pay My Personal Injury Lawyer?

Posted on : December 28, 2020
Being injured or involved in an accident is devastating enough without worrying about how you’ll pay for all the expenses. You can file a legal claim, but you may be concerned that you won’t be able to afford the lawyer first. However, accident attorneys often work on contingency, making it easier for victims to pursue […]
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Do I Have to Go to Court to Resolve My Personal Injury Case?

Posted on : September 28, 2020
Georgia Auto Accident Lawyers
Injuries due to someone else’s negligence can wreak havoc on your life, causing you to incur thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in expenses. You may be able to collect financial restitution for the damages you incurred, but is a lawsuit necessary? Or can you settle outside of court? Here’s what to know.  […]
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Why Don’t Some People Hire an Attorney After a Collision?

Posted on : July 3, 2020
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Motor vehicle accidents can be utterly devastating, particularly when they are very serious in nature. However, some people don’t call a lawyer or file a lawsuit after a car crash. Why not?  It Takes Too Much Time  A commonly held myth about personal injury lawsuits is that the majority of them take a long time […]
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What Steps Should First Responders Take After Being Hurt At Work?

Posted on : March 22, 2020
Appalachian Injury Lawyers
The value of first responders is difficult to dispute, and they are responsible for saving many lives every year. They take point during emergencies and are able to react calmly to crisis situations under pressure. However, this also means that first responders are at a greater risk of being injured or falling ill on the […]
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Does a Car Accident Lawsuit Always Include Pain and Suffering?

Posted on : February 15, 2020
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Damages For Pain And Suffering   You may have heard of pain and suffering damages being added to accident lawsuits to balloon the damage awards exponentially. While this isn’t always the case, pain and suffering compensation can increase the value of your claim and is the only legal remedy available for this type of damage. […]
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What Is My Georgia Car Accident Case Worth?

Posted on : December 26, 2019
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After a car accident, do you have the option to pursue a lawsuit? After a car accident, you may have the option to pursue a lawsuit against the at-fault driver or in some cases another party, such as the manufacturer or seller of the vehicle. Valuing your claim is an important first step to determining […]
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What Is Loss of Consortium?

Posted on : November 13, 2019
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Loss of consortium is damage often paid out in personal injury claims. Here’s what you need to know about what loss of consortium is, who can bring forward a claim for it, and what limitations there are on collecting compensation.  What Is “Loss of Consortium”?  The concept behind loss of consortium damages is that the […]
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How Are Medical Malpractice and Hospital Understaffing Linked?

Posted on : July 31, 2019
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The last thing most people who are ill or injured expect when they check into a hospital is to be made worse by the very establishment they needed help from. When this happens to people who are especially vulnerable, it can be truly surprising. Here’s what you should know about the link between hospital understaffing […]
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