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Monthly Archives: August 2017

What the Insurance Adjuster Won’t Tell You After A Car Accident

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

At some point after an accident, an insurance adjuster from the at-fault party’s insurance company will get in touch with you to discuss the collision. You may see nothing wrong with answering his questions, but any personal injury attorney will tell you that…

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Is the Tailing Driver Always Liable in Rear-End Car Accidents?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

There are many different types of car accidents, but one of the most common ones is the rear-end collision. Many people assume that the driver who rear ends the car in front of him will always be at fault for this type of…

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The Safest Cars of 2017

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

The U.S. News & World Report releases a list of the safest cars every year to help buyers decide which vehicles they should choose to protect their families. Driving a safe car may help you avoid car accidents or prevent serious injuries in…

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Myths About Traumatic Brain Injuries

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

There are an estimated 1.7 million traumatic brain injuries every year. Even though these injuries are so common, many people still don’t know much about them. Learn the truth behind these common myths about traumatic brain injuries (TBIs): Myth: If you didn’t lose consciousness, you…

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How Will Insurance Policy Limits Affect Your Personal Injury Case

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Most of the time, the plaintiff in a personal injury case will receive compensation from the at-fault party’s insurance company instead of directly from the individual. Because of this, it’s important that you understand how insurance policy limits affect your personal injury case.…

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What You Need to Know About Independent Medical Examinations After Car Accidents

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Sometimes, an insurance company will ask a car accident victim to receive a medical examination from an independent doctor who can confirm the victim’s injuries. This may sound harmless, but this doctor’s appointment could affect the outcome of your claim. Here’s what you…

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What if You and Your Attorney Disagree About Accepting a Settlement vs. Going to Trial?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Personal injury claims can either be settled outside of the courtroom during negotiations between attorneys or by going to trial. The vast majority of personal injury cases-around 95 percent -are settled in pre-trial negotiations. This means the defendant has made an attractive offer to the…

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Where Do Slip and Fall Accidents Occur?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Slip and fall accidents can happen on any type of private or public property that has not been properly maintained. Here’s a look at some of the most common places for slip and fall accidents: Private Homes People often associate slip and fall…

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What is the Medical Emergency Defense?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

When two or more cars collide, the fault is typically assigned to one or more of the drivers involved in the accident. However, sometimes determining fault is not easy, especially if one of the drivers uses the medical emergency defense. What is the…

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How to Obtain Surveillance Videos After A Slip and Fall Accident

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Slip and fall accidents often occur on public property that is equipped with security cameras. If you are injured in a slip and fall accident, it’s important to find out if there are cameras on the property. Why? The footage may be the…

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