Will I Have To Go To Court For My Auto Accident Case?

Not necessarily. We understand that going to court is a stressful experience. In an ideal world, every client of ours would reach a satisfactory settlement without ever needing to set foot in a courtroom. In fact, most of the clients we sign at Premier Law Group will receive a settlement offer they are happy with 

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How much will I get if I win my car accident case?

In our experience helping victims of auto accidents, most people seeking our services want to know one thing: How can I get better from my injuries? In any personal injury case, the client’s foremost responsibility is always to attend appointments with doctors, do prescribed treatments, and rest and relax. We occasionally have the client who 

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VIDEO: What is UM/UIM coverage and should I have it?

Hi I’m Jared, I’m from Premier Law Group, and today I’m going to answer a common question I hear: Should I purchase UIM or UM coverage? And the answer to that is, yes. But before we get to why you want to get that coverage, let me explain what that is.

Video: Will there be attorney’s fees if I lose my case?

A common concern for people who have never hired a personal injury attorney before is if their attorney will charge fees if they lose their case. If you’ve hired a lawyer, you’re obviously worried about whether or not you would owe an attorney if they’re unsuccessful in your case. You’ve been in an accident, you 

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How to heal from a ruptured patellar tendon injury

Images are provided by:Med Legal Visuals Though patellar tendon injuries are often associated with physical activities like running and jumping, they are one of the most common lower-body injuries that result from car accidents. They can be bad, or they can be worse. The kneecap (patella) is connected to the top of the shin bone 

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Video: Should I sign documents the insurance company sends me?

Today I’m going to answer the question I hear a lot from people, Should I sign the documents the insurance company sends wants to? The short answer is no. You should never sign anything the insurance company sends you before you talk to an attorney. However, there are some documents that, even after you’ve talked 

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