Wrongly Accused: Criminal Defense 101

Can The State Really Take Your Vehicle From You For A DUI?

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When it comes to DUIs, the state’s primary concern is keeping intoxicated drivers off the road and it will use any number of tools at its disposal to achieve that goal. One consequence you may face as a result of a DUI charge or conviction is having your vehicle impounded, confiscated or otherwise rendered unusable. Here’s what you can do to avoid having the state take your car or truck.…

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What To Do When Your Insurance Company Denies A Claim?

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When it comes to any type of accident, you expect your insurance company or that of the responsible party to offer due compensation for your damages. However, it’s never guaranteed that an insurance company will respond in a favorable manner. Understanding the steps you can take in light of a denied claim can help you receive the compensation you deserve. Reasons for Denial There are plenty of reasons why a typical entry claim may be denied by a claims adjuster.…

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Battling For Workers Compensation: Should You Settle Or Go To Court?

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If the workers compensation insurance companies deny your claim or give you a counteroffer after an injury, you have two options: settle your case out of court or take it all the way to the judge. Both options have their benefits, and you’ll need the help of a skilled attorney no matter which route you pick. What Are The Benefits Of Settling? Settlements are typically much quicker to resolve than court cases for a number of reasons:…

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