No, you do not have to talk to the other driver’s insurance company, you should never talk to the other driver’s insurance company. All they’re going to want to do is to get information to figure out how to denigrate or deny your claim.
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Understanding Pennsylvania’s Statute of Limitations
The Importance of PA’s Statute of Limitations and Your Personal Injury Case The legal system in Pennsylvania operates under a set of rules and regulations designed to ensure fairness. One of the
Food Safety Issues
Food poisoning and food related illnesses are more common than you may think. The various bacteria and viruses that can lead to food poisoning include E. Coli, Hepatitis, Norovirus, Listeria and
Child Suffers Burns after Using Crayola Bathtub Fingerpaint Soap.
A pediatrician is warning consumers of the potential dangers of the Crayola Bathtub Fingerpaint Soap after one of their patients suffered a chemical burn after using it. The pediatric group posted
Personal Injury Cases Rise During the Holidays
The holidays should be a time for happiness, joy and excitement. Do not let an accident or injury ruin this special time for you. Go into the New Year without the stress of an accident.
Personal Injury FAQ:
What is my Accident Case Worth?
Another question that's very important to potential clients is, what's my case worth? That's a difficult question to answer, particularly at the beginning of the case. Cases are valued based upon the
What Neck Injuries Qualify for Disability?
Neck injuries and conditions that may qualify for disability are: A herniated disc Nerve damage Infection Whiplash Degenerative diseases These injuries are just a few of many
Can I Change Lawyers in the Middle of a Case?
Yes, you can generally change lawyers in the middle of a case. It is your right to choose your representation. You may change attorneys if you are unhappy with your lawyers for any reason. Reasons
Do I Have a Claim if I was Partially Responsible For My Car Accident?
The simple answer to that question is yes. You can be compensated even though you may be partially at fault for the accident. The example I like to give my clients is, two cars traveling in opposite