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Yes, lawyer advertising is out of control. What do we mean by that? We mean that it's now virtually impossible for your average consumer to distinguish between lawyers who have the necessary qualifications to assist them with their case and those who do not. The advertisements have perpetuated myths about lawyer qualification that take consumers ever further off track in their search for the right attorney. If you listen to their advertising, for example, you'll conclude that all lawyers are maximally qualified in every area. Not so. With our help, we hope to show you how lawyer advertising has run amok and to expose the myths for what they are. We have a step-by-step system for weeding through the nonsense and trumped up claims and finding a lawyer who is right for you and your case. No decision is more important for the success of your claim than whom you choose to fight on your behalf.
Personal Injury Protection Coverage (PIP) is beyond important if you are injured in an accident. PIP pays for your medical bills up to the limits of your policy. Pretty standard, right? Well, did you know that PIP will pay for your medical bills if you are walking down the street and are struck by a car? Yes, walking! If you are riding a bicycle and are struck by a car, YES... you guessed it--PIP pays again. Irrespective of fault, if you're injured in a car accident, PIP will pay for your medical expenses.</p>
<p>If you feel you require medical attention, don't be shy, and don't let concerns about the cost sway you. Tell the police officer to call for an ambulance immediately. Your physical well-being may be at stake, and toughing it out may have devastating consequences if your injuries are not properly diagnosed and treated.
For most of us, insurance is a necessary part of modern life. By buying the right type of insurance, in the right amount, and in the right way, we do ourselves a tremendous favor. In case of an accident, having the right insurance can be critical to surviving the financial hardships that an accident can bring to you and your family. The right insurance can protect you, your property, and your well-being by helping to assure that you get the best and immediate medical care for your injuries.</p>
<p>When it comes to receiving fair compensation from insurance companies, documentation is everything. Records, we might say, are the language of insurance adjusters, and to get what you need to fully recover, you have to learn to speak their language. We’re here to help guide you through the process.
You just got into an accident. Your adrenaline is pumping, and in the grips of ``fight or flight`` response your instincts may be telling you to drive away, to get out of your car and run, or to scream at the other driver. You may be furious, scared, or confused, but it's important to keep your wits about you. What you do at the scene can have a critical impact on the success of your claim. There's no doubt: if you've been injured in an auto accident, you need all the help you can get.
Liability coverage is very likely the most important type of insurance to have, and to have in the right amount. Liability insurance covers another persons bodily injury, lost wages and pain and suffering, for which you are responsible-or, to use a technical term ``legally liable.`` It also covers property damage, whether to a vehicle or to others personal property. The mere fact that you were involved in an accident in which another person suffered an injury or does not mean that you are liable for those losses. You are only responsible for the losses that are determined to be the result of your negligence.
If your injuries are minor and you feel that you can represent yourself without the benefit of legal counsel, you will want to begin communication with the responsible party's insurance carrier as soon as possible in order to facilitate the resolution of your claim. Suffice it to say that the adjuster's job is to limit the compensation you receive, a fact that you would do well to keep firmly in mind. We’re here to help you receive the compensation you and your family deserve.