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Written by attorney Mark Wolfe, this 16 page guide has important information about every aspect of an auto-crash insurance claim.  This includes coverage explanations, information on property damage claims, bodily injury claims, computer assisted claim evaluation programs, hiring a lawyer AND critical information about providing a recorded statement to the insurance company.

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When it comes to an insurance claim you have to realize that your objective and the insurance company’s objective are not the same. That is: You would prefer they pay the claim and they would prefer not to pay the claim..

This two page summary of Alabama property damage laws also has important consumer tips and links to a variety internet resources related to property damage claims from a motor vehicle collision.

This 8-page booklet summarizes important information and Alabama legal principles related to insurance claims. It is designed to help claimants better understand and navigate through the insurance claim process.

We offer this guide to help clients better understand this somewhat confusing and perplexing area of the law known as Mass Tort Litigation.

Many times insurance companies require a recorded statement from the claimant to process a claim. These requests for a statement often occur before the victim knows whether or not an attorney will be needed. This four page guide helps you to make sure your statement is accurate and complete.

In Alabama medical malpractice cases are one the most difficult type of tort cases to successfully prosecute.1 From 2004 through 2008 health care providers won almost 80% of the medical malpractice cases tried by juries in Alabama.

One of the most common areas of inquiry we receive as personal injury attorneys is regarding a slip and fall injury. Many people are under the mistaken concept that if they are injured on the premises of another, then the premise owner is strictly liable for all general damages (medical bills, lost wages, pain & suffering, emotional distress, etc.)

If you have a dispute with someone that involves $3,000.00 or less you may want to considerpursuing your claim in the Small Claims Court.

While most of us hope that a life insurance claim arising from the death of a loved one will be a simple and hassle free process, the fact is some life insurance claims are initially denied. These denials can be for many reasons. Some times the reasons for such a denial are legitimate, but many times they are wrong.

It’s a fact, many life insurance benefits go unclaimed because beneficiaries do not realize a policy exists. Below are some tips for locating additional life insurance policies.

The U.S. insurance industry has trillions of dollars in assets, enjoys average profits of over $30 billion a year, and pays its CEOs more than any other industry, but insurance companies still engage in dirty tricks and unethical behavior to boost their bottom line even further.

In our continued attempts to help consumers confronted with a variety of legal issues, we have again expanded the free information available from our office.





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