Stacy E Pepper’s Guides

Stacy E Pepper

Ridgeland Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. The insurance company wants me to give a recorded statement, should I do it?

    Written by attorney Stacy Pepper, 10 months ago.

    Absolutely not. You are not required to do so and you should never agree to do so. Remember, anything that you say can and will be twisted and taken out of context and used against you later. The insurance adjusters may tell you that you are required to do so, but this is not tru...

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  2. Does it matter which type attorney I hire for my accident?

    Written by attorney Stacy Pepper, 10 months ago.

    Yes. Most attorneys focus their practice in a certain area of law such as bankruptcy, family law, employment law, social security disability, or a specific are that they have experience in. The law is ever changing and there is just too many areas of law to know it all. A persona...

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  3. The insurance company wants me to go to the doctor they picked, is this required?

    Written by attorney Stacy Pepper, 10 months ago.

    No. You have the legal right to seek medical help from the doctor of your choice. If you don't have a family doctor, we can refer you to a good trusted doctor that we have worked with before. We keep a list of preferred medical providers and we work closely with the medical commu...

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  4. How long will it take to settle my claim?

    Written by attorney Stacy Pepper, 10 months ago.

    There is no set time. Some cases can be resolved quickly while others take much longer. In cases where there is clear liability and enough insurance coverage to make you whole, we can often resolve the case in a matter of months. In other cases, where the insurance company disput...

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  5. At the scene of the accident, the police office did not write any tickets, so who was at fault?

    Written by attorney Stacy Pepper, 10 months ago.

    Often the officer that arrives on the scene just does not have enough information to write any tickets, and sometimes gets the facts wrong on the accident report. Although the accident report made by the officer certainly helps determine what happened, it is important to remember...

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  6. I don't think I am seriously injured, should I go see the doctor?

    Written by attorney Stacy Pepper, 10 months ago.

    Absolutely. Often you may not even realize how bad you are hurt until days or weeks later. You should never try to play doctor and guess if you are hurt, just go get checked out. You could have serious internal injuries which could be life threatening including internal bleeding,...

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  7. Top 5 Reasons You Should NOT Try To Handle Your Personal Injury Case Yourself

    Written by attorney Stacy Pepper, 11 months ago.

    Do you have a case? Do you know what you are entitled to?

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  8. Hurt in a car wreck and need medical treatment, but don’t have any medical insurance?

    Written by attorney Stacy Pepper, about 1 year ago.

    Hurt in a car wreck and need medical treatment, but dont have any medical insurance? The accident attorneys at Pepper Odom, P.C. get this question all the time. The good news is that you may still have options. First, if you are hurt in a car wreck, go to the hospital and get c...

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  9. Liability, collision, comprehensive, and uninsured motorist insurance coverage and what it all means

    Written by attorney Stacy Pepper, about 1 year ago.

    Liability, collision, comprehensive, and uninsured motorist insurance coverage and what it all means when you have an auto accident? Liability Coverage If you (the policy holder) are involved in a car wreck with another vehicle, then your liability coverage will pay the other dr...

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  10. Statute of Limitations in Mississippi

    Written by attorney Stacy Pepper, about 1 year ago.

    STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS Medical Malpractice Actions in Mississippi Actions against health care providers must be filed within two (2) years of the date that the act or omission giving rise to the injury occurred, or within two (2) years of the date when the injury was, or should ...

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