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Philadelphia Injury Lawyer Discusses More Best Practices


Chapters 2 and 3 of my book, Winning Personal Injury Claims, address issues concerning the hiring of a personal injury attorney. These chapters should help you decide: 1) whether to hire a lawyer, 2) which lawyer to hire and 3) how to negotiate a fee agreement with the lawyer you hire. Chapter 3 lists the information you should bring to the first meeting. Chapter 3 also addresses the issues involved in firing your lawyer, hiring a new one, and how to keep your lawyer on top of your case.


Chapter 4 describes the various kinds of injury cases. If you have been injured in a car accident or a fall down accident, by a defective product, a negligent doctor, vicious dog, or tainted food, or on the job, you will want to check out Chapters 4 and 5.  Chapter 5 looks specifically at medical malpractice cases.

The doctor you select to treat your injuries is vitally important-both for your physical health and for the viability of your personal injury case. See Chapter 6 for a detailed discussion of medical treatment.


If you decide to pursue a claim against the other person’s insurance company without a lawyer, you will need to understand the concept of damages. Damages include your property damage, medical bills, lost wages, lost earning capacity, pain and suffering, emotional trauma, and any other losses that are related to the accident. Damages are discussed in Chapters 4, 7, and 11.

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