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THREE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD NOT ACCEPT THE FIRST SETTLEMENT OFFER FROM AN INSURANCE COMPANY

Have you been injured in a car accident? If so, an insurance adjuster may have already approached you about settling your insurance claim. If an insurance company knows that it is liable for your claim and wants to limit that liability, it may offer you a quick, low settlement offer to get rid of your claim. It may be more cost-effective for the company to pay a little now instead of paying a lot more later. Do not fall for this insurance tactic. Before you accept the first settlement offer for your injury claim, you need to know these three important facts about car accident injury claims:

I WAS INJURED BY A STONED DRIVER – WHAT ARE MY RIGHTS?

I WAS INJURED BY A STONED DRIVER – WHAT ARE MY RIGHTS?

5 THINGS YOU MUST DO AFTER AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT

5 THINGS YOU MUST DO AFTER AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT

Can you seek compensation for minor car accident injuries?

A guide to recovering compensation for minor injuries sustained in car accidents.

Watch For Hazards At Pools This Summer

Informational article on the many hazards that are present at swimming pools and how to avoid them.

When To Get A Lawyer After A Car Accident

This article is a detailed explanation of when someone should get a lawyer after being involved in an accident.

Should You Switch Lawyers During a Workers Compensation Claim?

What if the lawyer doesn't seem to be a good fit for you. Your case isn't making any progress and you don't seem to be on the same page. Should you find a new lawyer?

What You Can Do to Help Prevent St. Louis Motorcycle Accidents

A motorcycle can give you the freedom and sense of adventure you are looking for. Keep in mind though that you have a huge responsibility to yourself and others when riding one. Follow these basic safety tips to stay away from harm's way.

What Happens When the Driver of the Car is Not the Owner?

In this article, attorney Charles Allen discusses your legal options when the driver of the car that you were in an accident with does not own the vehicle.

What Happens if My Uber or Lyft is in an Accident?

In this article, attorney Charles Allen discusses your possible legal options if you are involved in an accident while riding in an Uber or Lyft.

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