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The Role of a Personal Injury Lawyer

Monday, 16 January 2017

The Role of a Personal Injury Lawyer

#AskRobertGabor

Over the years, personal injury lawyers have been the butt of many jokes, and been referred to by the derogatory term “ambulance chaser”. The reason for this is most people go through their lives fortunately never having to utilize the services of a personal injury lawyer, and so their exact role and the benefits they provide to their clients are not well understood by the vast majority of the population.

 

Increased Risk of Personal Injuries in the Winter

Tuesday, 27 December 2016

Increased Risk of Personal Injuries in the Winter

#AskKevinButler

The cold weather often brings ice, sleet, and snow with it. Of course, the holiday season also means more parties and get-togethers that often involve nighttime driving and alcohol. These conditions can be dangerous, regardless of whether you are simply walking down the sidewalk or driving in traffic. Personal injuries like slip and fall accidents and motor vehicle accidents are much more common in the winter because winter conditions can make travel challenging.

The Risk of Injury During Christmas Decorating with Yaniv Spielberg

Tuesday, 20 December 2016

The Risk of Injury During Christmas Decorating with Yaniv Spielberg

#AskYanivSpielberg

The Christmas season is upon us, and, for many people, that means lights, Christmas trees, and garland. Unfortunately, the weather can be treacherous and climbing on a ladder to light your home can be one of the most dangerous feats you attempt all year. Holiday-related injuries are relatively common, and, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), they are on the rise.

Pro Bono vs. Contingency with Steven Wilder

Thursday, 15 December 2016

Pro Bono vs. Contingency with Steven Wilder

#AskStevenWilder

A new client recently asked me why how often I provide pro bono personal injury law services. When I asked why they thought I provided pro bono services, they replied ‘your commercials say that people don’t pay unless you win and nobody wins every time’. Clearly, they were confused between pro bono services and contingency fee agreements.

Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs)

Friday, 02 December 2016

Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs)

#AskYanivSpielberg

Medical examinations or Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs) are also known as “adverse” or “compulsory” medical examinations. A Plaintiff may be invited by the insurance company, or required by the court, to submit to a medical examination for the specific purpose of validating the Plaintiff’s alleged injuries.

Sandra Zisckind provides an educational article for viewing, it should not be construed as legal advice.  If you need Legal advice please contact a lawyer or Sandra Zisckind at 1 800 567 HURT.

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