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What Is the Process of a Claim Against a Municipal Entity?

It is important to understand that in the State of New York there are different statues and rules that must be followed when you have a claim that involves a municipal entity rather then a private individual or company. There are certain time restraints that differ from other types of claims and certain filings that must be followed to make sure the claim is set up properly to proceed.  It is these differences which make it imperative for one to contact a lawyer immediately.

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Why Is the Insurance Adjuster Doing Everything in Their Power to Limit My Recovery?

It is almost inevitable that any claim that one submits to an insurance company will be challenged either as to it validity or to how much the claim is worth in value, or in many instances as to both validity and value.  Insurance companies spend tons of money training their claims adjusters how to pay as little as possible on as few claims as possible.

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What Are the Stages of Litigating a Motor Vehicle Accident Case?

So you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident that was caused by another person and now you are sitting there asking what do I do next and what are the steps of the entire process? Although there is no exact outline on what steps are to be taken when, there are basic stages that should be completed throughout the litigation to have a successful outcome. These stages can be quite overwhelming for an accident victim so that is why it is so important to get the proper attorneys to help you navigate the process.

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Getting Proper Compensation from an Insurance Company

The insurance industry is one of the largest business sectors in the world. These companies spend major money on advertising to appeal to consumers. They have Geckos that claim they are there to protect you, Super Bowl winning quarterbacks claiming that the insurance company they represent protects you better then their football teammates and catchy jingles that state they are “on your side”.

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What Does It Mean When Someone Tells Me That New York State Has a ‘Serious Injury Threshold’ for a Motor Vehicle Accident Personal Injury Case?

There are many states that are known as No-Fault States. However, all of these states have different rules as to what it means to be a no-fault state. New York is one of many states that has their own unique No-Fault system and process for car accidents that occur in state.

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What Are the Signs that I Have Whiplash from My Motor Vehicle Accident?

So you were involved in a serious accident involving a motor vehicle and you are feeling pain to your neck. Although it could be numerous conditions or injury there is a risk that you may have sustained a whiplash injury.

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In What Ways Can a Witness Play a Part in A Car Accident Case?

When a person is involved in a car accident it can be quite a traumatic experience. At the Law Offices of Spencer M. Fein, P.C., we have handled numerous automobile accidents and have first-hand knowledge of the moments right after a car accident.

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What Does a Free Consultation with an Attorney Actually Mean?

The best course of action for those Individuals involved in accident in which they are injured is to seek legal help. By doing such they can be compensated correctly for their injuries.

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How Do I File a No-Fault Claim After a Car Accident?

New York is one of many states that has their own unique No-Fault system and process for car accidents that occur in state. Just like it sounds No-Fault means that the insurance company for the car you occupy (or if you are a pedestrian the car that comes into contact with you) will be responsible for paying certain benefits no matter whose at fault for the accident.

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What Types of Injuries Do We Most See Associated with A Personal Injury Accident?

Traumatic Brain Injuries --TBI’s are caused when an outside force causes (usually a violent blow to the head) causes brain deficiencies. Some traumatic brain injuries can be minor but others can have severe medical consequences.

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