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recorded statement to the insurance company car accident

After a car accident, it is important to avoid making a number of potential mistakes. One of these mistakes involves what you may say to others at the scene of the accident. Avoid saying anything that could be used against you in a legal case. It is natural for some people to simply be cooperative…

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Hit by a speeding driver Tennessee

Today it seems commonplace to see drivers whipping past you in the fast lane, sometimes so fast you can’t even figure out how fast they’re going. Even getting pulled over by police and being ticketed typically only slows them down long enough for the patrol car to leave their rearview mirror – until they cause…

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Dealing With an Auto Insurance Adjuster

Not long after you have experienced a car accident, a representative from an insurance company may contact you to verify certain details about the event or ask you some questions about your accident claim. There are many pieces of information you are not obligated to and should not provide to an insurance representative. Below are…

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Coronavirus nursing home safety

As the country continues going through the motions of dealing with a pandemic, it seems we get a new surprise almost daily. That’s to be expected when dealing with the unknown. We’ve gone from the notion that it’s just like a bad flu that only affects the elderly or those with weak immune systems to…

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Cyberbullying

As one might expect, children are at higher risk of being bullied and sexually exploited online during the COVID-19 pandemic than ever before. More than 1.2 billion children across the globe have moved to remote learning because their schools closed for in-person instruction as a result of the pandemic. Experts have been warning parents and…

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Workers’ Compensation and Immediate Medical Needs

If you have sustained any type of injury or illness in your workplace, whether it is minor or extremely urgent, it is important to move forward quickly to obtain a medical evaluation and treatment. This is important not only for your recovery and health, but also for securing the maximum amount of workers’ comp benefits…

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Recent proposed cuts to disability benefits announced by the White House Administration consist of new rules that would govern the Social Security Disability program, impacting tens of thousands of recipients. The new proposed rules would add more stringent verification requirements in the form of more frequent paperwork checks of those who receive benefits. This increased…

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