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Never Deal With Any Insurance Company Without An Attorney

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I have wracked my brain thinking about my blog post today.  So I hope you will really listen.

First, I’d like to clarify that attorneys are ethically bound to be honest.  And I take that obligation very seriously.  Besides, I cannot stand sales pitches, so instinctively have only ever given any of my clients or potential clients truthful, well-intended advice.  In other words, you really should believe me when I tell you:

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Orlando Bicycle Accident Attorney: Bad Week For Bike Riders

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Orlando Bicycle Accident Attorney | Florida Bicycle Crashes

Orlando Bicycle Accident AttorneyI learned by reading the news this morning that two separate bicycle accidents killed several bicycle riders this past week (thankfully not in Florida).  This type of news always scares me on a personal level because my husband and I are avid cyclists and distance runners.  In fact, ...

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Why You Need A Personal Injury Lawyer Rather Than A Case Manager Or Paralegal To Handle Your Case

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There are essentially two ways for a law firm to handle your personal injury case: (1) have you work primarily with a personal injury lawyer throughout your lawsuit or (2) have you work primarily with a case manager or paralegal, particularly during the early stages of your case (when evidence development could not be more critical to the ultimate value of your claim).  I cannot think of any advantages to the second approach, other than increasing the revenue of the ...

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How Much Is Your Personal Injury Or Auto Accident Case Worth?

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Understandably, many personal injury or auto accident plaintiffs want to know how much their case might be worth.  Unfortunately, there is no easy or definitive way to answer that question.  Frequently (although not always) injury claims involve auto accidents, truck accidents, or motorcycle accidents.  In those cases, the insurance company of the other driver and/or the claimant’s own uninsured or underinsured vehicle insurance coverage must pay any valid claim.

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What Should You Expect From Your Personal Injury Attorney?

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what you should expect from your orlando florida personal injury attorneyI have been thinking about what non-lawyers might want to know when they contact a personal injury attorney or auto accident attorney for the first time, particularly if they do not work in a profession or industry where they regularly deal with lawyers in a business capacity.  In other words, if they are ...

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Car Accident That Led To Brain Injury | Sample Verdict | By Orlando Car Accident Attorney Tina Willis

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Brain Injury Attorney in Orlando FloridaHave you ever wondered what a car accident case that causes a brain injury might be worth?  Well, the reality is that the value of car accident / brain injury cases can vary widely depending on a variety of factors, such as how much insurance coverage is available (this is huge because very often the coverage caps ...

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6 Ways You Can Hurt Your Case | Orlando Personal Injury Lawyer

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Call Orlando Personal Injury Attorney NowClients often do not realize that they are one of the most important factors in their case, along with their selected Orlando personal injury lawyer.  Recently a colleague and I were discussing that a client’s credibility is probably the single most important factor in the outcome of any injury case.  The reason is that insurance companies (who ...

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Approximately Two Percent Of Injury Cases Go To Trial & Average Length Of Civil Trial 3.7 Days | Orlando Personal Injury Attorney

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During my endless research of legal issues, I stumbled upon an interesting fact today.  According to the United States Supreme Court, at least back in 1994, and in federal cases, “[l]ess than 5% of cases filed in federal court end in trial.” McDermott, Inc. v. AmClyde, 511 U.S. 202, 216 (1994) (citing Administrative Office of United States Courts, Annual Report of the Director, 186, 217 (1991) (Of 211,713 civil cases terminated between July 1, 1990, and ...

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Orlando Personal Injury Attorney Tina Willis Explains Why You Need A Lawyer Who Does Their Homework

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I just finished a full day of legal research so I am not sure how much energy I have left for this post, but here goes.  I want to make the effort because I am always so frustrated about my inability to capture the difficulty and complexity of legal analysis, which leads to the importance of selecting an Orlando personal injury attorney who will go the extra mile and then some.

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