Top 32 Types of Claims an Insurance Lawyer handles

by Christian K. Lassen on Mar. 13, 2018

Business Insurance Accident & Injury  Personal Injury Accident & Injury  Medical Malpractice 

Summary: Learn about the top thirty-two types of claims an insurance attorney handles

 These are the thirty-two top types of cases an insurance attorney handles 

 #1. Denied life insurance claim

#2 Car accident injury claim

#3 Truck accident injury claim

#4 Tractor trailer accident injury claim

#5 Bus accident injury claim

#6 School bus accident injury claim

#7 Bicycle accident injury claim

#8 Pedestrian accident injury claim

#9 Hit and run accident injury claim

#10 Motorcycle accident injury claim

#11 Slip and fall accident injury claim

#12 Work accident

#13 Construction accident

#14 Crane accident

#15 Explosion accident

#16 Electrical accident

#17 Electrocution accident

#18 Industrial accident

#19 Premises liability

#20 Daycare accident

#21 Dog bite claim

#22 Drowning accident

#23 Hunting accident

#24 Horseback riding accident

#25 Elevator accident

#26 Escalator accident

#27 Amusement park accident

#28 Carnival accident

#29 Boat accident

#30 Cruise ship accident

#31 Medical mistake

#32 Medical malpractice

 

 When you need an insurance attorney who handles claims throughout the nation, best to call the Lassen Law Firm:

 The Lassen Law Firm

1515 Market St #1510

Philadelphia, PA 19102

215-510-6755

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