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Up-To-Date Motor Vehicle Accident Figures

February 9th, 2010 2 comments

Post contributed by Dan Baldyga.

     Three years ago it was reported there were “an estimated” six million, three hundred and fifteen thousand motor vehicle accident’s in the United States. That comes to about 173,000 per day! Read more…

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The Whiplash Injury As Of 2005

February 9th, 2010 No comments

Post contributed by Dan Baldyga.

     In 2004 it was discovered that the delay in the onset of WHIPLASH-TYPE injuries was the “Norm” rather than the “Exception” .
     It was also found that 10% of the victims of ” Whiplash” became totally disabled so it simply followed that the “Pain and Suffering” they endured could become monumental. Read more…

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Lawyers And Their Fees

February 9th, 2010 No comments

Post contributed by Dan Baldyga.

     Every individual, who violates the personal or property rights of another, is financially responsible for the damages cause by his or her act. To be paid for this civil wrong there must be damages or injury; without one or both, there can be no recovery of money.
     If you have a claim that has a complicated set of circumstances or evidence, one which obviously demands legal advice, than you need a lawyer. Read more…

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Everything You Need To Know About Your Personal Injury Claim

February 9th, 2010 No comments

Post contributed by Dan Baldyga.

    Your Attending Physician has released you from treatment for your motor vehicle accident and enough time has passed so you’re about to sit down with Adjuster Henry Hard-Nose. His employer is Rock Solid Insurance, the company who insures Fred Fuddle, the clown who plowed into your rear end, smashing you with a tremendous crash which was responsible for your injuries plus the “Pain and Suffering” you’ve had to endure. Read more…

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Several 2004 Auto Accident “Insights”

February 9th, 2010 No comments

Post contributed by Dan Baldyga.

     There were no “Estimated Accidents” made for 2004 however it has now been determined that back in 2002 there were reported to be six million three hundred and fifteen thousand motor vehicle accidents in the United States for that whole year. That figure comes down to about 17,300 accidents per day! Read more…

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Low Speed Impact “Injury Facts”

February 9th, 2010 No comments

Post contributed by Dan Baldyga.

     Low Speed impacts are those that take pace at speeds under 10 MPH !
     There’s often little (if any) visible Property Damage done to the rear of ones motor vehicle. However, those who are struck (especially in the rear) often have injuries, especially neck injuries. The most common of them are identified as “Whiplash”. Read more…

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“Whiplash” Injuries

February 9th, 2010 No comments

Post contributed by Dan Baldyga.

     The “Bottom Line” regarding “Whiplash Crash Facts” (accumulated during 2004 – – and including all the previous years) are as follows:
THERE ARE EIGHT SERIOUS AND ABSOLUTE FACTS IMPACTING AND REGARDING THAT WHICH IS TODAY IDENTIFIED AS A “WHIPLASH” INJURY. THEY ARE AS FOLLOWS: Read more…

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“Insights” Into Your Motor Vehicle Accident Medical Reimbursements.

February 9th, 2010 No comments

Post contributed by Dan Baldyga.

     QUESTION: “What’s the definition of Mixed Emotions”?
     ANSWER: “Watching the lawyer you just met with drive over a cliff in your new Caddy”. Read more…

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The Motor Vehicle Accident “Evaluation Process”

February 9th, 2010 No comments

Post contributed by Dan Baldyga.

     While Legal Romantics would like to characterize the trial of a lawsuit as a “Search For Truth” that’s not a reality!
     Cases are decided on the evidence. When reviewing cases before them, judges invariably use the phrase, “The evidence shows”, rather than, “The truth of the matter is”. That first phrase is a reality that filters from the courtroom down to the objective evaluation of each case tried. Read more…

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Your Motor Vehicle Accident Insurance Claim

February 9th, 2010 No comments

Some Crucial “Forewarnings” and “Precautions”

Post contributed by Dan Baldyga.

     The following insurance claim insights are about Fred Fuddle the man who flew through a Stop Sign to clobber you, I. M. Smart the typical adjuster assigned to your case, his employer The Rock Solid Insurance Company, Smarts immediate superior in the home office, plus the lawyer you may consider asking to take on your case. You’ve successfully obtained and read a copy of my third “How To” Insurance Claim book.AUTO ACCIDENT PERSONAL INJURY (How To Evaluate And Settle Your Loss) and THE BASE FORMULA advised that your claim has a settlement value of approximately $3,000. Once that’s been accomplished you should consider the following: Read more…

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