How to Win Your Personal Injury Claim

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Nolo.com, 1999 - Accident insurance claims - 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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The industries that are supposed to help people when they are injured actually make receiving compensation more difficult, asserts the author, who is a lawyer. According to Matthews, the health ... Read full review

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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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Attorney Joseph L. Matthews has written several books, such as "Social Security, Medicare and Pensions: Get the Most Out of Your Retirement and Medical Benefits" and "How to Win Your Personal Injury Claim," which tell readers how to protect their rights, deal with bureaucracy and minimize legal fees. He has also written a collection of humorous legal stories called "The Lawyer Who Blew Up His Desk.

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