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Insurance companies usually do not offer significant settlements unless there has been a significant injury

In my opinion, juries usually do not award significant damages in an injury case unless there has been a significant injury. Insurance companies usually do not offer significant settlements unless there has been a significant injury.

A significant injury is: a broken bone or broken bones, scarring, an injury requiring surgery or surgeries, amputation injuries, traumatic brain injuries, and spinal cord injuries. (These injuries are defined elsewhere in this website).

For many years I have represented the families of people who have been seriously injured. I have represented families in California, Georgia, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. I have negotiated settlements for these families, or I have gone to trial on their behalf.

I would welcome the opportunity of meeting with you, at a place most convenient to you, to discuss your legal rights if you, or someone you know, have been seriously injured.

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