Is Food Poisoning Grounds for a Personal Injury Claim?

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Foodborne illnesses don’t always qualify as an injury claim. But in unique instances, you may be eligible for compensation. You went to your favorite restaurant and ordered the dish you always do. Everything tasted the same, but once you got home, you realize something isn’t right. Your stomach is upset, and over the course of…

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What Are Annuity Payments in an Injury Case?

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Find out the difference between annuity payments and lump sum payments before you accept an offer from the insurance company. The sole purpose of a injury lawsuit is to retrieve damages for the victim so that they may pay for losses (i.e., pain and suffering, medical costs, lost wages, and more). In some cases, these…

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Are Personal Injury Cases Small Claims Court Cases?

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After a severe injury in a car accident, you find yourself at a stalemate with the insurance company. They refuse to settle, pay your bills, and now you find yourself with excessive costs piling up and nowhere to turn. With settlements no longer an option, you must decide if you plan to sue or forget…

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Personal Injury and the Loss of Earning Capacity Claim

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Pennsylvania’s Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer As part of personal injury compensation, you are entitled to collect compensation for your lost wages as well as future earnings you will now be denied due to your injury. When injuries are severe enough to affect your ability to earn a living, or the injuries are considered long-term, calculating…

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10 Rules to Remember When Giving an Injury Deposition

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Once your injury claim reaches the lawsuit phase, it is likely that you will attend a deposition. The deposition is requested by the defense, and it is part of the discovery phase. Think of depositions as spoken testimony, which may be recorded or videotaped. Everything you say in the deposition can be used at trial,…

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