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  • How to Find a Motorcycle Helmet

    Fortunately, finding a well-made motorcycle helmet, one that's up to the highest standards is an easy task nowadays. All you have to do is look for a Department of Transportation (DOT) or Snell certification sticker. These stickers guarantee that the helmet meets the strict stand...

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  • Avoiding Pedestrian Accidents: Do's and Don'ts for the Driver

    Do: Slow down when around pedestrians. Excessive speed is one of the most common contributing factors in collisions with pedestrians. The faster you drive, the quicker your reaction time needs to be–

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  • Tips for Testifying in Your Accident Case

    Review your deposition transcript and interrogatory answers. Your attorney will explain to you how critical it is, in terms of the credibility of your case, for your testimony to be consistent with e

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  • How to Separate Myths from Reality in Lawyer Advertising

    "No fee if no recovery" This generally refers to the fact that no attorney fee will be due to the attorney unless and until the case is settled or won at trial. However, the consumer is not told that

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  • How to Choose a Great Personal Injury Attorney

    Gain an understanding of the legal problem you face. Before the advent of the internet and other mass media, knowledge of the law was all but reserved to attorneys and the legal community. However, i

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  • Insurance: Your Questions Answered

    What is insurance, really? You probably have an intuitive understanding of what insurance is and how it works. You may even have had extensive experience in buying insurance and in dealing with insur

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  • What to Do If You Have Been Injured in a Pedestrian Accident

    Write an account of the accident Your memory of the accident is a valuable source of information, but it becomes less and less reliable as time passes and important details can be forgotten. So, as s

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