Blog posts in Personal Injury

Protect Your Personal Injury Claim – Three Things you MUST Do!

If you have suffered a personal injury as a result of an auto accident, there are three simple things that you MUST do in order ...

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Disputed Liability Claim is Settled for $175,000.00

Todd Henningsen was able to successfully convince the insurance company to offer a total of $175,000.00 to resolve a disputed liability car accident case where ...

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Firm Settles Motorcycle Injury Case for $150,000.00

Todd Henningen was able to obtain a $150,000.00 settlement for his injured client despite the fact that initial reports showed that his client was at ...

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What is a Soft Tissue Injury?

There are two types of tissue in a body. Bones are hard tissue. All other tissue is soft tissue. There is a large range of ...

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Spinal Cord Injury Claims

Spinal cord injuries are devastating to an individual's future. Accidents that cause spinal injury can happen in an instant, but the physical and emotional consequences ...

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Broken Bones and Personal Injury Claims

Broken bones can be caused by a variety of accidents and injuries. They are a common occurrence in various types of vehicle accidents and slip and ...

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Grounds for Personal Injury Claims in Georgia

If you or a loved one has been injured due to the reckless or negligent behaviors of another person, you may be entitled to financial ...

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Todd Henningsen is Interviewed on CBS News Atlanta

It is that time of year again where students are heading back to school. With increased traffic on the roadway, there is even more of ...

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How Medicare Can Affect a Personal Injury Settlement

Before you settle your personal injury claim, you need to make sure that you address any health liens that may be involved in your claim. ...

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Health Insurance Liens Go Before the U.S. Supreme Court

A case with wide reaching ramifications for victims of personal injury will shortly be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court. It is expected that a ...

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