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Matt Troutman

What Questions Should I Ask My Attorney during the Initial Consultation?

The outcome of your personal injury case could have a profound impact on your financial stability and overall well-being. For example, if you do not recover enough compensation to pay for medical bills and the loss of future earning capacity, you may wind up in overwhelming debt. This is why it is so important to find the right attorney to handle your case.

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Matt Troutman

1 Injured in Accident That Overturned Trailer Carrying 3 Horses

According to police, a car pulled out in front of the trailer, which caused the trailer driver to swerve and the trailer to overturn. The three horses inside the trailer are reported to be ok. They were taken to a nearby equine hospital for medical treatment. The driver of the trailer sustained minor injuries.

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Matt Troutman

4 Effective Strategies for Negotiating Personal Injury Settlements

Even if your case does not go to trial, the settlement negotiation process could be incredibly complicated. This is particularly true if the insurance company or the defendant disputes the legitimacy of your claim. Even if you have sufficient evidence to prove negligence and liability, you might overlook or underestimate the costs of ongoing medical bills and loss of future wages.

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Matt Troutman

6 Steps to Take Immediately after a Tractor-Trailer Crash

Confusion, anxiety, anger – these are just a few of the emotions that are common after truck accidents. Although it may seem impossible to remain calm, it is important to remember that one misguided statement or action at the crash scene could prevent you from recovering fair compensation for property damage, medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses.

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Matt Troutman

What Are My Options If My Car Was Totaled But I Owe More Than It Is Worth?

The average cost of a new vehicle in April 2015 was $33,560, according to USA Today. Unfortunately, most new vehicles depreciate in value by 20 percent after the first year. If you still owe money on a car loan but your vehicle was totaled in an accident, it is important that you learn the financial implications of your situation and take steps to protect your interests.

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