Archive for December 2018

2018 Class Action Roundup: Where Are The Top 5 Now?

Our Class Action series spanned numerous articles and touched on all five of the current biggest classes pursuing litigation as of 2018. Now, with 2018 coming to a close, we’ll present a follow-up article on where these “big five” cases currently stand and where they’re set to go going into 2019.

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Helicopter Accidents Are Almost Always Fatal, Avoidable

Mainly used as a rescue vessel for paramedics (“Life Flight”) or as a way to sightsee overheard, most people will never have to travel in a helicopter, and if they choose to, the trip will be short. That’s not a reason to negate safety measures when choosing this mode of transportation.

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Plane Accidents Are Tragic, Unexpected

The question remains, are the advances made in air travel adequate? What do travelers need to know about airplane safety? And what happens if a passenger or their loved one becomes injured while flying?

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Understanding Health Insurance Coverage – Part 3

Share This!In Part 3 of our 4-part series on everything “health insurance”, we’ll look at a less discussed health insurance option: PPOs, or Preferred Provider Organizations. This edition of our series will help to provide a better understanding of the choices behind selecting a PPO, and what’s provided under this type of coverage in comparison to the…

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Understanding Health Insurance Coverage – Part 2

Share This!In Understanding Health Insurance Coverage – Part 1 we set a solid foundation for Part 2 of our series, where we’ll now begin to explore Medicaid, Medicare, and how these two very different types of coverage affect accident victims in various ways–not all of them beneficial. Here on the Blog, we provide our readers with the…

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Understanding Health Insurance Coverage – Part 1

Share This!When it comes to health insurance, the prospect of obtaining adequate coverage can be overwhelming. Obtaining the right coverage can feel nearly impossible, and can be the cause of steep financial burden. It’s easy to become disillusioned by the sheer volume of policies available and the specifics of what each covers.

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