Vehicle Accidents Can Trigger Or Worsen Spondylosis Symptoms

Posted on: 14 January 2015

If an automotive insurance company is offering you a low settlement after an accident because you have cervical spondylosis, you need an experienced personal injury attorney such as Hammer, Ferretti, and Schiavoni for legal representation. This tactic is to be expected from an insurance carrier, as the underwriters look for reasons not to pay large amounts to injured persons.  How Insurance Companies Justify This Tactic Cervical spondylosis, a common type of disc degeneration in the neck bones, tends to develop with aging due to general wear and tear over time.
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3 Things To Do Immediately If You Find Out Your Spouse Is Cheating On You

Posted on: 8 January 2015

Upon finding out that your spouse is being unfaithful, it can be tempting to go into a blind rage, to call your best friend or to crumble into a ball and cry. None of these reactions will truly help you in the long run, however, and the way that you react can affect your future. As soon as you find out that your spouse is cheating on you, follow these steps.
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Preparing for a Court Summons

Posted on: 5 January 2015

If a legal problem has landed in your lap and you have been served with a summons, you may not even know where to begin. Weighing your options and deciding on your best plan of attack is a must. After being served, it is up to you to respond in a timely and educated fashion. Here are three scenarios that may unfold after you have been served legal paperwork. 1. Let the Paperwork Stand
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Party Killing Personal Injury Claims: 3 Property Dangers To Remove During Your Outdoor Event

Posted on: 2 January 2015

You have been planning for weeks: the steaks are in marinade, and the invitations have been sent. But before your first guest arrives for the outdoor event in your backyard, there is one important thing you have to do. You must make sure you are not posing any dangers that could cause injury to your guests. Injury is not purposeful, of course, but it is easy to assume that because your backyard is safe for you, it should be safe for your guests.
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