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We are pleased to announce Tien Law Firm negotiated and secured a second pre-trial settlement for the same client, this time against GEICO.
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We are pleased to announce that litigation attorney Sonya Tien negotiated and obtained three settlements for our clients against American Century Casualty Company.
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Tien Law Firm is pleased to announce that litigation attorney Sonya Tien negotiated and obtained a successful settlement against Allstate for our client.
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We are pleased to announce that Tien Law Firm has negotiated and obtained a settlement for our client in a pre-trial win against Nationwide.
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A motor vehicle is considered a “total loss” if the cost of repairs plus any supplemental claims (such as towing, storage fees, and rental car expenses) equals or exceeds 75% of the vehicle’s fair market value prior to the accident. How Is the Value of a Totaled Vehicle Determined? If the vehicle is determined to be a total loss, the insurance carrier is required to pay the owner of the vehicle the fair market value of the vehicle prior to
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The total loss check will be issued to the owner of the totaled vehicle if the car has been paid off and the owner holds the title, meaning that there is no remaining loan payment for the car. If, however, the vehicle is being financed, the insurance company will have to determine the pay off amount of the vehicle. If the total loss settlement exceeds the pay off value, the insurance company will generally issue one check for the amount
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Unfortunately, North Carolina is one of only four states that still follow the law of pure contributory negligence. What this means is that victims who are partially at fault for their injuries, even just 1% at fault, may be barred from obtaining financial compensation. The out-dated rule of contributory negligence is commonly used as a means for insurance carriers to escape liability. The Difference Between Pure Contributory Negligence Law and Comparative Negligence Law The majority of states follow the law
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The American Association for Justice (AAJ) has exposed some of the most underhanded ways insurance companies attempt to make money at the expense of victims in a publication called Tricks of the Trade: How Insurance Companies Deny, Delay, Confuse and Refuse.  According to the AAJ, insurance companies have trillions of dollars in assets, pay their CEOs more than in any other industry, enjoy average profits of over $30 billion a year, deny valid claims to boost their bottom lines, and
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Our personal injury lawyers relay that it is crucial for an injury claim to be documented and supported by medical records. Even if you do not feel hurt, you need to get checked out. It is extremely common to not feel any pain for the first few days after the car accident, only for the pain to set in at a later point. If you did not get checked immediately after the accident, the insurance company may argue that you
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Generally, the rental vehicle provided to you should be comparable to the vehicle that was damaged, but the rental company’s inventory at the time is usually taken into account. Before obtaining the rental car, it is wise to first contact the insurance company to ensure that they will pay for the cost of the rental car. Usually, insurance companies can quickly make a rental car reservation for you. Rental Cars for a Total Loss Claim If your vehicle is totaled,