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How Do I Choose the Right Personal Injury Law Firm?

How Do I Choose the Right Personal Injury Law Firm?

How do I choose the right Personal Injury Law firm? How do I know the firm is credible? When the negligence of another causes an accident with injuries, it's difficult to understand what comes next. Out of work, with lost wages and painful injuries, is there light at the end of the tunnel? The answer is a resounding yes! That is, when there's expert legal representation. Victims and family should never try fighting the insurance company alone. Doing this is sure to kill the case. Having the right Personal Injury lawyer, from a reputable law firm, makes all the difference. The Personal...

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Legally Speaking, What is Accident Law?

Following a injuries or wrongful death, it’s important for a victim or their family to consult with a law firm. Shaked Law Firm explains Accident Law!

Accident law is a blanket term for the practice of law that protects those who sustain injuries due to the recklessness or negligence of another. Occasionally, actions with the sole intent to cause harm to another fall under the umbrella of Personal Injury Law. Whether it's a private citizen, business owner, or a healthcare professional, these acts of negligence or recklessness result in a risk to public safety. These acts can even cause wrongful death....

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What Are Punitive Damages in Personal Injury?

Shaked Law Firm explains why, when a client's injuries are so severe that policy limits are not sufficient, Punitive Damages may apply.

Sometimes, a Personal Injury case warrants more than policy limits. Policy limits meaning, the maximum amount of money the insurance company can provide without a trial. When a client's injuries are so severe that policy limits are not sufficient, Punitive Damages may apply. However, it takes a lawyer with years of experience to establish the necessity of Punitive Damages during trial. Awarding a victim Punitive Damages provides further compensation, while validating the pain, suffering, and mental anguish of the client. What are Compensatory Damages? Punitive Damages are necessary when the negligence of another is so horrific, that Compensatory Damages will not suffice....

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