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There are many types of car accident injuries that victims suffer. These injuries range in severity, and heavily influence the value of a car accident claim. More severe injuries can increase a victim’s losses, and have a long-term effect on his or her life. It’s important to be aware of the impact of car accident injuries and what kind of compensation those injuries qualify for when starting a claim. 
Premises liability refers to the liability the owner or occupier of a building or property has when a visitor suffers an accident on his or her property. If the owner was aware of the dangerous condition or was negligent, he or she could be held liable for medical bills, pain and suffering, and other damages incurred. 
If you were injured in a trucking accident in Chicago, Berwyn, Oak Lawn, Cicero, or a nearby community, call the injury attorneys at Lloyd Miller Law for a free consultation.

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two police officers responding to a traffic accident. Concept of the anatomy of a rideshare accident claim
As a victim in a rideshare accident in Chicago, you can bring a claim to seek compensation for your injuries. It is important to understand the ins and outs of rideshare accident claims. Specifically, you should know who’ll be considered responsible for the accident and which insurance company to contact for compensation.
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Passersby helping an unconscious casualty of a car accident lying next to the bike. Concept of Who Is Liable for a Hit and Run Accident
Figuring out who is liable for a hit and run accident is more complicated than in a traditional car accident case. Illinois state law requires drivers to remain at the scene of any accident they are involved in. Unfortunately, many drivers leave the scene before law enforcement can arrive. This complicates matters for victims who sustain losses in the wake of an accident.
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Serious doctor was stressed with the clock in the dark room. Does doctor apology count as confession concept.
A healthcare provider’s apology for an adverse medical event does not constitute an admission of guilt. Apologies and shows of sympathy are a part of human interaction. In the healthcare profession, however, ambiguities exist regarding whether a doctor apology counts as a confession.