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The History of Personal Injury Law

Personal injury law has been part of the mainstream culture since the 1970s, when its first newspaper ad appeared. While technically, personal injury protection, under the larger umbrella of law, dates back to ancient times, we will be explaining and highlighting some...

What Type of Compensation Am I Entitled to?

The costs involved in an injury accident can be staggering. For car accidents, the emergency room visit alone costs $3,300, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If the injured person must be hospitalized, medical expenses climb to $57,000....

Personal Injury Accident FAQs

After someone has been in an accident, it’s normal to have many questions. Who should be held responsible? Who will pay the medical bills? How can someone who suffered severe injuries support himself and his family? At the Law Office of Gregory E. Price, we want to...

When Are Pedestrians Most at Risk?

In 2013, 4,735 pedestrians were killed in traffic crashes in the United States in 2013, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Another 156,000 were treated for injuries in emergency departments. With little to protect them in an accident,...

Top 5 Things That Can Affect Your Personal Injury Claim

After an accident, emotions run high. At best, the people involved are shaken up. At worst, they are critically injured. During this chaotic time, there are many opportunities to help or hurt your chances for being compensated for your injuries. Keep the five tips...

How to Handle a Hit and Run

In about 11% of car accidents, a driver flees the scene, thereby committing a hit and run. That number is much higher in certain cities, such as Los Angeles, where 48% of accidents feature a hit and run. Chances are good that you will be the victim of at least one...

Things to Do Immediately Following a Car Accident

The moments following a car accident can be intense, and common sense often falls to the wayside. It’s easy to get swept up in your body’s stress response and completely forget about obtaining critical pieces of information from all involved parties. Knowing what to...

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The History of Personal Injury Law

Personal injury law has been part of the mainstream culture since the 1970s, when its first newspaper ad appeared. While technically, personal injury protection, under the larger umbrella of law, dates back to ancient times, we will be explaining and highlighting some...

What Type of Compensation Am I Entitled to?

The costs involved in an injury accident can be staggering. For car accidents, the emergency room visit alone costs $3,300, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If the injured person must be hospitalized, medical expenses climb to $57,000....