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Car Accident Injuries Significant Enough to Make a Claim in New York?

Car Accident Injuries Significant Enough to Make a Claim in New York?

Car Accident Injuries Significant Enough to Make a Claim in New York?

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New York Car Accidents

Case Manager Julie Trinidad of Parker Waichman discusses how severe your injuries must be to make an insurance claim.

With each insurance claim, there is a certain guideline that you must meet to qualify for benefits. In regards to your injuries, they must be severe in nature. Examples of a severe injury include dismemberment, fracture, disfigurement, permanent scarring, and also fatality. We can answer any questions you may have with your insurance claim. Watch the video now to learn more.

For more information about personal injury accidents and our firm, visit our educational website at http://yourlawyer.com. If you have any additional questions, give us a call at (800) 800-9797.



 

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