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Facial Trauma in an Auto Accident

Facial Trauma in an Auto Accident Facial trauma in an auto accident, also known as maxillofacial trauma, are some of the most common injuries reported after a car accident in the United States. Studies by the have shown that more than half of those involved in a collision will face a facial trauma. The severity of facial injuries susta...

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Auto Accident Compensation For Broken Ribs

Auto Accident Compensation For Broken Ribs If you have suffered a chest injury in a car accident, you may be able to claim auto accident compensation for broken ribs. When it comes to rib damage, our Auto Accident Attorney network can help you claim compensation from your insurer or the other party, depending on who was at fault....

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PTSD Car Accident Compensation

PTSD Car Accident Compensation PTSD car accident compensation is on the rise in the USA as it becomes increasingly recognized as significant trauma. In 2019 15% of all auto accident compensation claims contained an element of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Due to the increased frequency and risks of harm associated with car accidents,...

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High Speed Rear End Collision Injuries

High Speed Rear End Collision Injuries During high speed rear end collision injuries at the moment of impact the head first snaps back, causing extreme trauma and soft tissue damage to the neck and shoulders as the force of the accident ricochets through the body at ultra high speed and force. The neck can snap in again when the vehi...

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Compensation for Permanent Scar from a Car Accident

How Much Compensation for Permanent Scar from a Car Accident? According to leading Attorneys in the network a facial scarring personal injury claim as the result of a car accident can start at $85,000 rising to over $250,000 depending on aggravating factors such as location of scar, length of scar, and the amount of 'beauty' lost....

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Passenger in a Car Accident

Injured as a Passenger in a Car Accident You can file a claim against the driver's insurance policy of the vehicle you were in or against the opposing driver's insurance policy. If you have been injured as a passenger in a car accident, you can file a lawsuit or a personal injury claim to receive compensation for your injury and damage....

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Severe Whiplash Payout

How to Get a Severe Whiplash Payout Whiplash is a soft tissue neck injury present mainly in people involved in auto accidents. It’s caused by a sudden collision impact where the head is thrown forwards and backwards, in a whiplash motion. Depending on the speed and weight of the vehicles involved in the collision the soft tissue damag...

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Negotiate a Settlement with an Auto Insurance Adjuster

5 Tips to Negotiate a Settlement with an Auto Insurance Adjuster   Insurance. Necessary. However, at times, stressful.   Americans pay on average $1500 a year in auto insurance, and this is just to cover losses in case of an accident. Still, how many times have you hear...

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No Fault Insurance State

What is a No Fault Insurance State Policy No fault insurance is a type of Auto Accident Insurance in which the policy holder is covered for the losses by their own insurance cover. In a no fault insurance State it does not matter who is deemed to be at fault, because the policy holder is covered by their own Insurance Company. Di...

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Payout for Whiplash

There are approximately six million motor vehicle accidents in the United States alone, every year. Of those, three million people end up injured. One of the most common of these compensation claims? Payout for Whiplash. Whiplash injuries, which can occur at speeds as slow as 5 miles per hour, include soft tissue damage typically synonymous with...

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