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  • What is the Value of My Case?
    What is the Value of My Case?

    By: Allan M. Siegel Clients and prospective clients frequently ask what their personal injury case is worth. Unfortunately, it is a very difficult question to answer. First of all, if you were just ...

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  • Automobile Insurance Coverages that Protect Against Your Carelessness and Coverages that Protect You Against the Carelessness of Others
    Automobile Insurance Coverages that Protect Against Your Carelessness and Coverages that Protect You Against the Carelessness of Others

    1. What are the available insurance coverages? Many people do not understand the insurance coverages available to them and as a result they frequently do not obtain all of the insurance they need. We ...

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  • Chantix: Suicide Risk Higher Than Expected
    Chantix: Suicide Risk Higher Than Expected

    A new study has found that Chantix is eight time more likely to result in reports of suicidal behavior or depression compared to nicotine-replacement products. The findings contradict those of the FDA ...

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  • Matthew W. Tievsky Wins Substantial Award in His First Trial on Damages
    Matthew W. Tievsky Wins Substantial Award in His First Trial on Damages

    Our client was driving through an intersection when the Defendant, who was driving in the opposite direction, attempted a left turn in front of our client without yielding the right of way. Their two ...

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  • Compensatory Damages
    Compensatory Damages

    There are basically two types of damages for which an individual can recover, compensatory damages and punitive damages. Compensatory damages in a personal injury case involve compensating the ...

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  • Damages
    Damages

    An individual can recover for damages for bodily injury even though the person may have a preexisting condition or a susceptibility to injury. What that means is that the wrongdoer does not benefit ...

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