Carol Lynn Schlitt’s Guides

Carol Lynn Schlitt

Huntington Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. What to Do After a Car Accident: a Six Step Guide on What to do Next

    Written by attorney Carol Schlitt, about 1 month ago.

    If you or a loved one has been in a car accident, you know that the experience can be a frightening shock. You may be upset and not focused or not know what to do next, but there are steps you need t

  2. Slip and Fall at a Train Station: What to Do Next

    Written by attorney Carol Schlitt, 3 months ago.

    Tran stations are filled with commuters so it is not it is not surprising that people slip and fall when the ice and snow is not cleared. Here is a step-by step guide of what to do if you are injured

  3. I Tripped and Fell in a Stairway in My Building, What Should I Do?

    Written by attorney Carol Schlitt, 3 months ago.

    A fall down a flight of stairs can be frightening and can cause serious injury. If you fell down the stairs because of negligence in the design or maintenance of he steps, then you may be entitled to

  4. What to Wear to a Deposition

    Written by attorney Carol Schlitt, over 2 years ago.

    At our law firms website and blog, we often hear from people who have a simple question: What do I wear to a deposition? It is always important to remember the objective for the deposition: You want to make a good impression. You want the opposing attorney to know that you will m...

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  5. New York’s Serious Injury Threshold Law for Injuries in a Motor Vehicle Accident

    Written by attorney Carol Schlitt, over 2 years ago.

    If you have been in a car accident in New York and you want to seek compensation for damages from another driver, you will need to prove to the courts that you have met New Yorks threshold for a serious injury. The definition of a serious injury, while outlined in New York State...

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  6. What Should I Wear to Court? (And a Few Tips on What Not to Wear to Court)

    Written by attorney Carol Schlitt, over 2 years ago.

    I hear all the time from people who want to know how to dress for a court appearance. Some are plaintiffs, some are defendants and some are witnesses. You want to dress well to make a good impression and you want to be comfortable. Remember, how you dress in court will affect how...

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