claims process Blackburn & Green - November 9, 2015

What Medical Records Will I Need to Submit to the Insurance Company?

Medical records are a very crucial part of personal injury claims. To make a claim for personal injury, you must prove it through records and documentation. The insurance adjuster may instruct you to provide them with any and all relevant copies of your records pertaining to the treatment of your injuries. They may also ask […]

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auto accident Blackburn & Green - November 8, 2015

I Wasn’t Wearing a Helmet; Will This Affect My Claim?

Riding a motorcycle is nothing like driving a car. In fact, this is probably one of the biggest reasons why you ride. As such, Indiana motorcyclists have to follow laws specific to their mode of transportation. Most states have specific helmet laws applicable to those riding two or three-wheeled vehicles. Indiana’s helmet law requires riders […]

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auto accident Blackburn & Green - November 7, 2015

Can I Be Compensated for Loss of Use?

In addition to treating your injuries after an auto accident, you also may be dealing with the damage done to your vehicle. Although it may take months of treatment before you are ready to settle your bodily injury claim, property damage claims are often resolved relatively quickly. However, due to the nature of the insurance […]

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claims process Blackburn & Green - November 6, 2015

Why Is it Important to Keep Record of My Injuries?

If you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, you are entitled to full and fair compensation for your injuries. The value of your claim will depend on your injuries, the treatment they require, and the pain and suffering you have and will experience. You may keep thorough records of all your […]

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compensation Blackburn & Green - November 4, 2015

Can I Be Compensated for My Used Sick Time?

Being injured has the tendency to throw your life off track in more ways than one. While you are receiving treatment for your injuries and recovering, you may miss time from work. Every day of missed work represents a lost value. That value is real to your employer and you, and the insurance company should […]

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claims process Blackburn & Green - November 3, 2015

What Is Negligence?

Negligence is one of the most important concepts in personal injury law. It is the standard to which most cases are decided. Negligence is the failure of a reasonable person to act with the ordinary care and concern that another reasonable person would in like circumstances. In other words, a person may be found negligent […]

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claims process Blackburn & Green - November 2, 2015

What Is Premises Liability?

Personal injury claims frequently arise from auto accidents, but they also commonly arise from an injury sustained on someone else’s property. This area of personal injury law is called premises liability. Premises liability laws hold that property owners or property possessors may be held liable for injuries another person sustained on their property, providing the […]

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compensation Blackburn & Green - November 1, 2015

Can I Be Compensated for Massage Therapy?

In a personal injury case, you are entitled to recover damages from the liable party, as long as you are not more than 50% at fault. Damages are the monetary compensation you will receive for your losses. If you have been injured as a result of some else’s negligence, you are entitled to recover the […]

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claims process Blackburn & Green - October 31, 2015

What Is Comparative Negligence?

In some personal injury claims, there may be more than one individual at fault. Each at-fault party holds a percentage of the liability for the injury or loss. This is called comparative negligence, a legal principal that essentially adjusts the damages an injured party can collect, based on how liable they were. Comparative negligence is […]

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claims process Blackburn & Green - October 30, 2015

How Do I File a Claim Against a City?

It isn’t always the negligence of another person that causes injury; a governmental entity may be liable as well. Improperly maintained structures, roads, or properties have a real potential to cause injury to an individual. While there doesn’t have to be another person involved in the injury, an entity that owns and maintains a public […]

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