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Common Misconceptions About Personal Injury Cases [VIDEO]

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Today I will highlight a few misconceptions I’ve heard from people over the years. One of the most common misconceptions is that when a case settles “out of court,” there hasn’t been a court process. Most times that is not true. Cases do not move well without the pressure created…

Why Should I Review My Automobile Insurance Coverage With My Lawyer?

Why Should I Review My Automobile Insurance Coverage With My Lawyer? by Lisa Leonick

My first employment, even while I was in law school, was working for a major national automobile insurance carrier. Because of this, I’m fairly well versed in the different types of coverages that are available, and more importantly, how they impact your life if you, a family member, or occupants…

What Is No-Fault Auto Insurance, and How Does It Work?

What Is No-Fault Auto Insurance, and How Does It Work? by James Leonick

A no-fault provision in your auto policy literally means you get benefits regardless of who was at fault in an accident. New York is a “no-fault state,” which means that all auto insurance policies sold in the state must include basic no-fault benefits. You may assume that if you were…

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