Should You Represent Your Own Personal Injury Claim?

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If you recently received minor injuries from an indoor slip and fall accident, you may choose to file a personal injury claim on your own. Although a number of people represent themselves during personal injury claims, it may not be advisable for you to do so. Your claim may not be as simple as you may think. Below are reasons you don’t want to represent your personal injury claim yourself.…

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Do You Have The Right To Challenge A Medical Debt?

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With today’s cost of healthcare, any type of accident or illness can leave you in medical debt. Is there anything you can do about it, or do you have to accept the bill? Here’s what you should do. Verify the Debt is Yours Identity theft happens even with medical debt. The first thing you should do with any bill is to make sure it’s yours. If you just went to the hospital for a broken leg and get a bill in your name with related charges, you probably don’t have any identity theft concerns.…

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When Is It Wise To Accept A Plea Deal?

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The vast majority of criminal cases that result in convictions ultimately end up there by way of plea bargains. It’s a standard solution for a criminal lawyer to ask a client to consider. Most folks at least want to consider fighting charges, and that begs a question about when will a criminal defense lawyer tell a client that it’s wise to make a deal. Only After Hearing the Charges and Seeing the Evidence…

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