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Jeffery L. Robinette

Morgantown Insurance Law Lawyer.

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  1. Both have same insurance co who do i sue?

    Answered about 1 month ago.

    1. Brian M. Wendler
    2. Stephen I. Lane
    3. Emily Mapp Brannon
    4. Matthew A. Stout
    5. Jeffery L. Robinette
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    In a truck collision injury case, you may be entitled to pursue compensation for past and future pain and suffering, past and future medical bills, past and future lost wages, and loss of enjoyment of life. If your boyfriend was at fault, he will not have to pay for your damages, but rather his insurance company will be responsible for your medical bills, etc. If the other driver was found to be at fault, that driver's insurance will have to pay. Part of a lawyer's responsibility is to...

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  2. How much information should I give the other parties insurance company?

    Answered about 1 month ago.

    1. Jeffery L. Robinette
    2. Jon Friedman
    2 lawyer answers

    One of the top five mistakes injury victims make is signing a medical release form before consulting with a lawyer. The insurance adjuster wants to know all about you, especially your personal medical history. Giving the insurance adjuster free access to all your medical history will likely result in your medical conditions being shared with other insurance companies, and your claim minimized or even denied. So, take advantage of the free consultation with a local car accident lawyer before...

  3. How do I no the right amount to ask for in a pain and suffering settlement?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Christian K. Lassen II
    2. Jeffrey Mark Adams
    3. Jeffery L. Robinette
    4. Richard Todd Rosenstein
    5. John L. Schroeder
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    Accident victims can be compensated for economic damages: actual dollar losses such as medical bills, lost wages, and lost future income earning ability. Pain, suffering, humiliation, loss of enjoyment of life, and grief over the loss of a loved one are some of the non-economic losses for which a person may receive compensation. The amount of compensation depends on a great number of variables such as medical expenses incurred and losses suffered, as well as the skill of your lawyer. If...

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