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What Can A Personal Injury Law Firm Do For Me?

How Do I Choose the Right Personal Injury Law Firm?

When it comes to choosing the right Personal Injury Law Firm, the Statute of Limitations matters. No matter how exceptional the Firm, if a victim exceeds the Statute of Limitations, the case will not proceed. This is why the best Personal Injury law firms don't waste time. A great law firm will get the entire team working on Discovery, and obtaining "the book" of the client's life from the first day. After consultation, a great lawyer gets to work. In a follow up to April's How Do I Choose the Right Personal Injury Law Firm? Shaked Law Firm explains the importance...

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Top 5 Tips for Motorcycle Accident Prevention

Motorcycle accidents are preventable with the right experience and riding gear. For first time buyers, one cannot call themselves an expert upon purchase. New riders simply do not have the same experience in road safety and accident prevention as those who have been on the road for many years do. Therefore, it's important to seek advice from those with insight. Those who prefer to use a motorcycle in place of a car most of the time, as well as reputable motorcycle mechanics, salespeople, and through doing research via online forums are the best places to start....

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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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