How to win your personal injury claim

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Nolo.com, 1999 - Law - 244 pages
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Armed with the right information, anyone can handle a personal injury claim without a lawyer. Attorney Joseph Matthews provides strategies for handling every stage of the insurance claim process including how to:- protect one's rights after an accident- evaluate what a claim is worth- handle a property damage claim- avoid insurance company run-arounds- obtain a full and fair settlement- save thousands in attorney fees.

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How to Win your Personal Injury Claim

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This book has been very helpful in helping to know what to do in a personal injury matter that I recently had. Read full review

Contents

A BAsIC RuLEs oF LIABILITY
2-2
B LIABILITY IN SPECIFIC TYPEs or ACCIDENTs 2
2-8
FREQDENTLY AsKED QUEsTIONs ABouT FAuLT 226
2-26
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About the author (1999)

Matthews has been an attorney since 1971. He has for many years been involved in matters relating to seniors.

Barbara Kate Repa is an attorney and expert on employment rights. She has been a guest on national radio and television including The Today Show, ABC News, NPR, CNBC, Court TV, KFI and KGO radio and has been quoted in a number of publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today and more. Author of Avoid Employee Lawsuits, Your Rights in the Workplace and Sexual Harassment on the Job, Ms. Repa is an author and editor at Nolo.com. She has 20 years of experience working as a legal journalist covering workplace issues, and more recently, as a consultant on workplace discrimination. She currently lives in San Francisco.

Patricia Gima is an attorney specializing in intellectual property law. A former Nolo editor, Patricia is also the co-author of Nolo's Guide to California Law.

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