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Should You Accept The First Offer Made To You For Your Whiplash Injury Compensation Claim?

05th January 2012
Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray If you have been involved in a road traffic accident in which you sustained a whiplash injury you may be thinking about starting, or may already be in the process of, making a claim for compensation for the injuries and l...
Author: Robert Gray Solicitor

How Long Will My Whiplash Settlement Take?

15th December 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Nicholas Jervis Whiplash is one of the most common injuries arising from road traffic accidents. If you have sustained a whiplash injury you may be wondering whether to make a claim for whiplash injury compensation - or you may have ...
Author: Nicholas Jervis
Accident claims

What A Lancaster Motorcycle Accident Attorney Advises After A Motorbike Mishap

06th October 2011
As per a Lancaster Motorcycle Accident Attorney a motorbike accident can be a shocking, horrifying, and life-threatening experience. Crashes can occur before either party has time to react, resulting in severe injury and damage to anyone and everything in...
Author: KevinMadden

How Much On Average Is A Whiplash Payout?

06th June 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Nicholas Jervis If you have been involved in a road traffic accident and have sustained a whiplash injury you may be thinking of making a claim for compensation. If this is the case, you may be wondering how much you might receive fo...
Author: Nicholas Jervis
Medical Malpractice

Improper Diagnosis and Medical Malpractice

09th May 2011
Any mistake on the part of a medical expert doesn't justify as a valid reason to file a lawsuit and claim compensation. If you happen to really feel that the negligence of a medical practitioner has resulted in any harm to your or a near one's physical an...
Author: Irvin Mcelreath

Moderately Severe Whiplash Injuries - How Much Compensation Should I Receive?

03rd May 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Nicholas Jervis If you have been injured in a road accident and suffered a whiplash injury, how much compensation will you receive for a moderately severe whiplash injury? What is a whiplash injury? A whiplash injury usually ...
Author: Nicholas Jervis
Medical Malpractice

What Medical Malpractice Is

20th January 2011
Now it is extremely important that you are aware of exactly what medical malpractice and personal injury are if you consider yourself a victim of medical negligence. One would think that medical doctors are working to help their patients. Don't get me wro...
Author: TonyMcGuiagano

Guide To Compensation For Whiplash

17th November 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray If you have suffered a whiplash injury as a result of a road traffic accident, or other type of accident, you may be considering making a claim for compensation and may wonder how the amount of compensation you receive wi...
Author: Robert Gray Solicitor
Personal Injury

Personal Injury Accidents: How to Deal with Them

08th November 2010
Different kinds of accidents happen, but all of them have one thing in common they all cause personal injury. Personal injury accidents can lead to a wide variety of injuries from scratches and bruises, to traumatic injuries and disability. What is im...
Author: LosAngelesLawyer

What Will Happen At My Social Security Disability Hearing?

15th April 2010
Social Security Disability Hearings are meant to be non-adversarial proceedings. They are administrative, rather than judicial in nature. As such they are not held in "court," but in less formal office-like settings. Hearings in some locations are even he...
Author: Ginny

How Does Your Solicitor Assess The Value Of Your Whiplash Compensation?

31st July 2009
Every solicitor will need to prepare your whiplash claim as if it was going to go to a final Court hearing. In the majority of cases this will not happen, but your solicitor must always prepare for the worst case scenario. Therefore, they have to obtain a...

How a Disability Hearing is Conducted

11th July 2009
A disability hearing is often conducted when one's Social Security Disability (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) application is denied. In most cases, this is the best opportunity for a claimant and his lawyer to present their case to the admini...
Author: Mesriani Law Group