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Blog Posts in August, 2017

The Bicyclist Juror: "The Great Levelers" ©

Imagine opening your mail box one day and receiving a letter from the courthouse summonsing you to Jury Duty. Some might send in an objection to get out….whereas others will report at 8:00 a.m. ...
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DMV Justice! ©

THE DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES RE-EXAMINATION PROCESS What can you do when hit and seriously injured by a motorist you believe should not be driving due to age or a mental or physical disability in ...
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Paying Your Medical Bills©

Once you’ve identified your medical bills so they can be paid; it’s time to begin the payment process. (Read this article after my previous article called “Negotiating Medical Bills ...
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NEGOTIATING MEDICAL BILLS MADE EASY©

In light of the complexities of current medical billing and collection efforts by the health care and insurance industries, I put together some suggestions to protect my injury clients’ ...
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Getting Your Fair Share of the Settlement©

THERE ARE SEVERAL ways to maximize your bicycle injury settlement. One of the most effective ways is to ensure your insurance company doesn't get its hands on what is rightfully yours. A current ...
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