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Your auto insurance policy might cover a lot more things than you’d expect.

February 4, 2016

Most of the time, auto insurance is fairly straightforward. You’re typically covered for damage to your own car, and for damage you might do to other cars or property. You’re covered for injuries to yourself or others in an accident, for car theft, and possibly for roadside assistance or a rental car if your own car…

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Insurance Company Hits

August 27, 2015

Insurance companies take in billions of dollars of premiums. But when the tables get turned and it’ s time for an insurance company to pay you a settlement because you were injured in an auto acci- dent, the insurance company sings a different tune. An insurer will use any excuse to avoid paying a fair…

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Aging Tires Can Cause Accidents

August 21, 2015

Cars are expensive to own and require the owner to continually buy ” consumables” such as gas, oil, filters, spark plugs, and windshield wipers. Among these consumables are tires, and most car owners under- stand that they will have to replace their tires every so often because the treads will become worn. However, did you…

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Employer Responsible For Employee’s Driving

August 19, 2015

A recent case involving the death of a child illustrates how complex even a seemingly straightforward lawsuit can be. The case arose out of the tragic death of an 11-year-old girl who was waiting for her school bus. She was struck and killed by a truck driver making a turn. Evidence from the scene showed…

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ATVs: Accidents Waiting To Happen

August 15, 2015

Since they were introduced in the early 1970s, ATVs (all-terrain vehicles) have become increasingly popular. With this popularity comes an increasing number of accidents and injuries. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, as of 2012 over 100,000 ATV injuries were recorded and an estimated 25% of these injuries were to children younger than 16…

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