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Insurance Attorney, Personal Injury, Personal Injury Lawyer | October 4, 2010

MedPay Demystified

If you live in a state that has some sort of “no-fault” insurance laws, you will be required to purchase either MedPay or Personal Injury Protection (PIP). In a nutshell, MedPay pays for the medical expenses, or for funeral costs, of anyone involved in an accident with the policyholder—passenger, other drivers, even a pedestrian—regardless of whose fault the accident is.

The limit of most MedPay policies is

Car Accidents | October 4, 2010

What is Whiplash?

If you’ve recently been in a car accident, you may have been diagnosed with whiplash. Whiplash is basically a neck sprain or neck strain that results from your head jerking forward and back as a result of impact. It is characterized by neck pain, stiffness, tingling in the shoulder and back, dizziness, and headache. While these symptoms may present themselves immediately following the accident, it’s not uncommon

Car Accidents | October 4, 2010

Six Steps You Must Take After an Accident

If you’ve ever been in a car accident, you know that the moments following can be incredibly confusing and hectic, particularly if there are injuries involved. It’s hard to think straight, but this is one of those times where thinking straight is really important. Coming up with a plan and knowing what you should do in the event of an accident will ensure that you don’t make

Firm News, Personal Injury Lawyer | August 13, 2010

HSAs and Personal Injury

Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are becoming increasingly popular among certain demographics, particularly among the self-employed. Typically, HSAs go hand-in-hand with high-deductible, sometimes called “catastrophic,” insurance policies. These plans allow you to pay a lower premium in exchange for having a higher annual deductible. You may then put a limited amount money in a tax-free banking account for future approved medical expenses. An individual may put up to