Is Personal Injury A Need Or A Joke!

Written by Mohammad Latif

Has this ever happened to you... You're at home enjoying your meal and you get a knock at your door. "My name is Jack and I'm calling from (company name), have you or your family had an accident inrepparttar last 3 years? If so you could be entitled to personal injury compensation?"

Now for that moment what are you thinking? Are you looking back overrepparttar 149071 last 3 years to see if you or your family have incurred any personal injury? Or are you thinking of slammingrepparttar 149072 door in their face or settingrepparttar 149073 dog on them?

The fact is each one and much more has happened to salespeople who go knocking on peoples' door.

Firstly it's not polite as they're reminding you of your accident which could have been traumatic and secondly another personal injury company has saidrepparttar 149074 same thing they are saying 2 days ago.

So in effect it gets frustrating and over time causes anger and you'll probably take it out on a new recruit who is on their first day at work and you happen to berepparttar 149075 first door.

So what is it? A Joke or a Need?

Personal injury has become a joke! Why? There are so many sales people knocking on doors for personal injury claims. Inrepparttar 149076 beginning everyone was like 'really, can you claim for this' or 'you should go and see this company for your injury'. Nobody was aware what was going on but millions of people were claiming for god knows what! Now overrepparttar 149077 pass few years it upset a few people.

Injured people weren't getting their compensation. They were getting either a small proportion ofrepparttar 149078 compensation or were paying out of their own pockets. In those days as claims were new, you had to believe everything. It was like, 9 month road to riches. But it never really was riches in your pocket however it was for them as they knewrepparttar 149079 game. They made it seem like they were helping you but in fact were helping themselves with your money.

Lemon Law Basics

Written by John Lee

Lemon laws are laws to protect consumers who purchase defective automobiles. For example, if you buy a new or used car and then find outrepparttar car has a serious problem that is not fixable,repparttar 149003 manufacturers is requested by lemon law to buy back or replacerepparttar 149004 defective vehicle ifrepparttar 149005 defect can not be repaired within a certain number o attempts or within a certain time frame.

Generally speaking, cars and trucks are covered by lemon laws in most states, while some states' lemon laws cover motorcycles and motor homes as well. Also,repparttar 149006 exact criteria for what falls under a lemon law differ from state to state. Most lemon laws define a lemon as a new vehicle with condition or defect that substantially impairsrepparttar 149007 value or use ofrepparttar 149008 vehicle and which has not been repaired after a reasonable number of attempts.

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