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Lawyer Scott Sandler On Injury Auto Accident Insurance Claims - 6 Things You Should Not Do

Lawyer Scott Sandler On Injury Auto Accident Insurance Claims - 6 Things You Should Not Do

Attorney Scott Sandler on Why You Don’t Give a Statement to the Opposing Insurer After a Car Accident

Find out why accident victims should not give any statement to an opposing insurer after an accident without an experienced personal injury lawyer being present.

Attorney Scott Sandler Talks Personal Injury Lawsuit Payout

Attorney Scott Sandler Talks Factors That Determine the Payout of a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Does Fault Matter in Car Accidents?

Car crashes cause an enormous amount of damage. According to AAA, the average cost of an injury crash in the United States in 2009 was more than $125,000, while the average cost of a fatal accident was closer to $6 million. Add to this the devastating effect on people’s lives from serious injuries that can maim, disfigure, and cause pain and suffering that may last a lifetime, and it is no wonder that victims of car crashes seek compensation.

Understanding Product Liability Law

Attorney Scott Sandler: Understanding Product Liability Law

The Rights of a Family When a Loved One Dies from Negligent Healthcare

When your loved one needed medical attention, you assumed he or she would be in capable hands. Unfortunately, healthcare negligence can lead to serious injury and even wrongful death. If you have lost a loved one as a result of possible medical malpractice or negligence, you may be feeling simultaneously devastated and unsure of what to do next. More than likely, you or other family members have also been left with substantial funeral, burial, and related expenses. What are your legal rights? Where should you turn to seek financial compensation? These are just a couple of the many questions you may be asking yourself during this difficult time.

What To Consider When Choosing A Personal Injury Lawyer

What To Consider When Choosing A Personal Injury Lawyer

Getting a personal injury lawyer

Getting a personal injury lawyer

Why a “Zero Tolerance” Drinking and Driving Policy Might be Best For You

Combining alcohol and driving is incredibly dangerous, which is why many experts recommend a “zero tolerance” policy.

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