What should you do when an adjuster asks for information about the accident?
It can be really hard to tell when you've reached your maximum medical improvement, and even harder to predict whether you'll need care in the future. Even if you're relatively sure you'll need future care, you can bet that the adjuster will interpret any ambiguities against you. For this post, our good friend and nurse-paralegal extraordinaire Martin Ginsburg offers his sage advice for (i) determining the need for future care and (ii) communicating that need to the insurance company.
It's an age-old question, and one of the first ones that I get asked in a lot of car-accident cases. Check out the final answer from our friend Marty Ginsburg!
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Pre-settlement funding isn't illegal in North Carolina, but it's gotten a definitive side-eye from our State's courts over the years. Why the skepticism, and is it a good idea for injured claimants?
Medical treatment is very expensive; often prohibitively so. If you need treatment now, but can't afford it, then you may have options.
The Statute of Limitations is a simple idea, but it is subject to some important exceptions. We can't make it too easy on you!