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A a general rule, personal injury attorneys hope you never need their services. If you do, however, there are things to look for in a Philadelphia personal injury attorney that you choose to represent you. Every client has certain priorities, and you are entitled to a lawyer who meets your specific criteria. Ultimately, if you…

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You’ve been injured in an accident that was not your fault. Your medical bills are piling up, and you haven’t worked in months. You’re considering filing a personal injury claim. You might be wondering how long your Philadelphia personal injury lawsuit or case will take. The answer is – it depends. Let’s take a look…

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Most of us have heard of personal injury lawyers. Unless you have been injured in an accident, however, you may not be exactly sure what an injury attorney does. If you are injured in an accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, how do you get compensated? The answer is, hire a personal injury…

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If you have been awarded a settlement in a personal injury lawsuit, you may be asking, How are personal injury settlements paid out? Essentially, you have two payment options – a lump sum or payment over time. There are a number of considerations that go into this choice, so it is best to consult with…

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When golf legend Tiger Woods crashed his car last month, he suffered a long list of serious injuries. At this point, while his team of medical experts believes he will live, no one can say how long his recovery will take, how much pain he will suffer, or when he will be able to return…

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Personal injury is an area of Tort Law – an area of law that deals with an act or omission that causes harm or loss to another. If you’re asking what is personal injury, it refers to a case and lawsuit brought by an injured person against the person (or corporation) that directly or indirectly…

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How Are Personal Injury Settlements Taxable in PA and NJ? Tax season is here, and you might be wondering, Are personal injury settlements taxable in PA and NJ? The answer is both yes and no. Money that is received in a court settlement is usually considered income and is therefore taxable. However, personal injury settlements…

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Personal Injury Protection Insurance (PIP) in PA and NJ Personal Injury Protection insurance – also known as PIP – is no-fault insurance coverage that pays the costs associated with medical expenses that result from a car accident. PIP covers medical costs even for people who do not have health insurance. PIP may not cover other…