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Having represented personal injury victims for more than 30 years, we know what your concerns are. We can answer your questions, like who will pay your doctor bills, how will you make up for your wage losses, and who will fix your damaged car.

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  There are steps that every motorcyclist should take before getting on the road. First, it is important to make sure the tires on the motorcycle are in good condition. Then, check the controls to be sure the lights and turn signals are working properly. Be sure that you are current with maintenance for the oil, fuel and coolant. As you are about to get on the road, double check that your brakes are working...
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  Approximately 50% of people who die in traffic accidents every year are not wearing seat belts at the time of the accident.  This is in spite of the fact that national seat belt usage rates are currently at a record 86%.  Car accident lawyers believe that more people could be encouraged to wear seat belts through the wide spread use of seat belt reminder systems in automobiles. A new study by the Insurance Institute...
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When you have been injured in a car crash, motorcycle accident, dog bite, slip and fall accident, or been the victim of a drunk driving accident, it is vital that you document your accident and injuries. It is important to report your accident and/or obtain a copy of the accident report from the owner of the premises. We need to get the names, addresses, and phone numbers of any and all witnesses. I cannot stress...
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Pedestrian accident statistics from the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) Traffic Safety Facts show that in 2012, a total of 4,743 individuals were killed in traffic accidents throughout the country, and another 76,000 individuals sustained injuries. – There were 808 crashes in which a pedestrian was injured or killed by a motor vehicle. – People under age 25 accounted for 33 percent of those killed and 10 percent of those injured. – Males were more likely...
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