Anthony Castelli, Attorney at Law Announces Website Update

Written by Sara Goldstein

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Mr. Castelli, who has been an attorney for over twenty-two years, stated that he has “focused on protectingrepparttar rights of injury and accident victims andrepparttar 150357 disabled.” He believes that “the most important thing [he] can give [his] clients isrepparttar 150358 knowledge that [he] cares about their needs and that [he] will zealously give [his] best efforts in any matter - big or small.” With his updated website, he will be able to reach out to a larger spectrum of injured people. The website also provides general legal resources for people just needing more information about different types of personal injury law.

For more information regarding personal injury lawyers in Cincinnati Ohio, please click here.

Preventative Lawyering

Written by E. Elizabeth Sweetser

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Whether you’re buying or renewing insurance – be wary!

Don’t be intimidated by complicated language. Ask allrepparttar questions you need to thoroughly understand your policy. If your policy is just incomprehensible, ask your agent to suggest a “plain language” policy.

Legally, any renewal is considered a new contract. Don’t assume you are gettingrepparttar 150309 same coverage! Readrepparttar 150310 renewal policy carefully. Ask your agent to confirm in writing whether there are any changes inrepparttar 150311 renewed policy, and, if so, then what are they so that you are not surprised after a loss.

If a claim is filed against you, immediately notify your insurance company and agent by certified letter, even if you don’t think you’re covered. This is your responsibility. Failure to notify your insurer of an insurance claim is a cause for non-payment of your claim.

If your insurance company or broker denies claim coverage, contact an attorney. Don’t try to negotiate on your own. It is our experience that insurance companies deny responsibility too frequently. An initial denial of your claim my simply be a negotiating tactic.

If you have a dispute with your insurance company, consult your policy to find out how much time you have to start a lawsuit and contact an attorney well before that time expires.

Remember,repparttar 150312 money you spend now for legal fees to prevent future problems is a drop inrepparttar 150313 bucket compared torepparttar 150314 fees you will pay in future litigation. If you use your attorney wisely, it could be one ofrepparttar 150315 best investments you make.

Betsy Sweetser is a partner in complex non-personal injury civil litigation and appellate work with the law firm Pellettieri, Rabstein and Altman at 100 Nassau Park Blvd., Princeton, NJ. Phone: 609-520-0900;

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