When we ask clients to tell us about their automobile insurance coverage, “I have full coverage,” is usually the answer. The phrase “full coverage,” however, is misleading.  “Full coverage” generally refers only to having liability coverage (to protect you in the event you are liable, or at fault, for the accident) and comprehensive and collision…

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If you have ever been in a car accident, you know that there are a plethora of things to consider immediately following the incident. Injuries, emotions and the other driver or their insurance carrier can create complications in an already difficult scenario. Here are eight things to consider if you are in an automobile accident.…

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As parents and grandparents age, it is left to the younger generation to determine the best care plan for a happy and healthy quality of life. Sometimes this means in-home health care, while other times it might require an assisted living or nursing home facility. No matter what the choice, their safety should be a…

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A person or business that owns or occupies a piece of property has a responsibility to ensure the area is safe from hazards that could cause serious injuries or even death.  This responsibility is called premise liability. If you sustain an injury as a result of a hazardous condition on someone else’s property, you may…

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According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), over three million people are injured as a result of workplace accidents every year. If your Employer is subject to the Workers’ Compensation Act and you are injured in the course and scope of your employment you are entitled to file a Workers’ Compensation claim for…

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Being in an automobile accident is never easy. Unplanned medical bills, wage loss and pain and suffering can put a damper on daily activities and create undue stress for you and your family. When an accident occurs due to the fault of another, it is important to know your rights and understand the process for…

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