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Can I Say "Sorry" After an Accident?

“I’m sorry” is a phrase that is often uttered as a gut reaction in any situation where another person is harmed or even slightly inconvenienced. From bumping into someone in an elevator to interrupting someone mid-sentence, many people have been trained to offer some sort of ...

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Blog Posts in 2016

  • Should I Accept a Split Liability Agreement for My Injury Case?

    After an accident which causes you to suffer an injury, you likely have a rough idea of the level of responsibility you have for your own damages. In ...

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  • What Should I Ask My Doctor After a Car Accident?

    A car accident can be an incredibly jarring and frightening experience. While you may feel overwhelmed during the immediate aftermath, it is ...

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  • Are Hands-Free Mobile Devices Safer?

    Distracted driving – particularly in regards to cell phone use – is one of the greatest causes of car accidents in America. Due to the physical, ...

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  • Getting Permanent Disability Benefits in a Workers' Comp Claim

    The typical workers’ compensation claim will only last a few weeks or months before the injured employee heals completely and can resume regular work ...

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  • How Long Will My Injury Settlement Take?

    One of the most common questions personal injury lawyers receive is “How long will it take to settle my case?” The answer to this question depends on ...

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  • Workers' Compensation & Mental Illness

    According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the most common workplace injuries involve falls, falling objects, ...

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  • A Guide to Preparing Your Personal Injury Claim

    The time immediately after suffering an unexpected injury can be stressful and confusing. While your first priority should be to seek medical ...

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  • What is Medical Treatment Authorization for Worker's Compensation?

    If you are injured on the job, you can receive compensation through your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance, right? While that is the theory ...

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  • Labor Department Calls for Federal Control of Workers' Comp

    If the United States Department of Labor’s most recent report is an indicator of shades to come, there is a chance that workers’ compensation in the ...

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