What do you think the goal in filing a lawsuit for a car accident is? The goal in any lawsuit is to get a fair equitable amount. In my opinion, “getting as much as possible” (or hoping for a windfall) is a fruitless endeavor. A jury will correctly see...
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Law.com has a good summary of a car accident case and whether or not Facebook postings are discoverable in accident cases. This hasn’t come up in any Oklahoma cases (yet). The case involved an auto accident back in May ’07. The insurance company defending...
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Most car accident mediations take between 3-4 hours. Obviously, it will depend on how complicated/contested the case is as well. If the mediation fails to get the case settled, there’s a good chance it’s going to trial.
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You can have a valid car accident claim, and oftentimes, an insurance company will manage to place a low settlement value on your claim. What do they look for? 1)      Are you telling the truth throughout the whole process? a.       What did you say to the responding...
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Pardon the rant today, but I just saw at BusinessWeek.com that Tennesee has jumped on the bandwagon to limit damages for people. They are placing a cap of $750k on non-economic damages. This begs the question: Is an Oklahoman’s pain worth less than someone in...
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