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The 120 Bypass In Manteca Claimed Another Life On Monday

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One motorist was killed, two others suffered major injuries, and an additional six people sustained minor injuries when a six-vehicle collision involving a semi-truck occurred on Monday at 5:15 p.m on the 120 bypass. A semi-truck owned by J.B. Carrier, of Reno, Nevada, jackknifed when it was breaking for the traffic from a collision.  One […]

13 Tactics Used By Insurance Adjusters

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1) If you do not hear from and adjuster within two weeks of the accident it may indicate that the company is understaffed, ignoring your claim, or that the other party wasn’t insured after all. 2) Insist that the adjuster provide you a letter identifying himself and his company. That letter should indicate the policy […]

New Study Shows Texting Bans Cut Down On Traffic Deaths

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Do texting bans work really work? UAB researchers say that they do. They’ve reviewed over 10 years of data and concluded that certain texting bans can reduce teen traffic deaths by as much as 11 percent. The results of the study varied state to state, but it was clear that where officers had the authority […]

Valuing Your Personal Injury Case

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Determining how much your personal injury case is worth is crucial in deciding if you actually want to follow through with the process. If it’s not much money you stand to win it may not be worth your time and effort. There’s a lot of stress and hassle that go along with filing a case […]

What Is A Contingency Fee?

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How Do Personal Injury Lawyers’ Fees Work? The contingent fee is the usual arrangement used by personal injury lawyers. It specifies that the lawyer’s fee is a percentage of the money he collects on your behalf for your injury. The word “contingent” means that if, for any reason, there is no money recovered, the lawyer […]

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