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Disability or Accident Claims & Facebook by Patricia Santucci

7 Reasons Why You Should Be Careful When Using Facebook If you have a Disability or Accident claim, below are 7 reasons why you should be careful when using Facebook. Staying connected to family and friends after an injury or in the face of a disabling condition is really important but there are some things […]

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Motorcycle Accidents by Patricia Santucci

Essential Information for Crash Victims Safety is a cheap and effective insurance policy. – Author Unknown Risky Business Riding a motorcycle is risky business. While motorcycles provide a lot of pleasure and enjoyment, they can also be the source of some pretty nasty personal injuries. As a personal injury lawyer, I have seen first hand […]

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Motorcycle Insurance: Things You Should Know by Patricia Santucci

Insurance is the only product that both the seller and buyer hope is never actually used. – Uknown Time to hit the road! Summer is almost here and motorcycle season is upon us with some great weather. It has been a long winter, and I am sure that most riders are very happy to be […]

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15 Things You Should Do After a Motor Vehicle Accident by Patricia Santucci

1. Check for injuries and avoid further injury As difficult as it may seem, it is important that you remain calm. The first thing to do is to make sure that everyone involved in the accident is okay. If you, or anyone else is injured, call 911. If it is safe to do so, move […]

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6 Questions You Should Ask Before Returning to Work After an Accident by Patricia Santucci

1. Will I ruin my lawsuit if I return to work? Many people believe that their legal case is over if they return to work. This simply is not true. Plaintiffs in personal injury claims have a duty to mitigate their damages, which means that they are required to take reasonable steps to minimize their […]

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Roger D. Yachetti April 14, 1940 – September 16, 2018 “Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.” – Shannon Alder Inspiring people lead by example. Their passion, intelligence, and leadership reflected not just through their own achievements, but also […]

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