Who Will Pay My Auto Accident Bills?

Who Will Pay My Auto Accident Bills?

by Esq Paul A. Samakow

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Who Will Pay My Auto Accident Bills? by Esq Paul A. Samakow

Find out what you need to know about car accidents - and win your claim!

Car accidents are the most common cause of death, the most deadly source of injury and they are the #1 cause of acquired disability in the world. As a driver or a passenger, you have a one-in-four chance every time you are in a car to be in an accident. Do you think you're covered? Think again. Insurance companies that are supposed to pay you for your harms and losses are NOT YOUR FRIENDS. Fortunately, here is all you need to obtain proper compensation. Paul A. Samakow, after decades of beating the insurance companies and winning cases for thousands of auto accident victims, shows you everything about:

• Medical bills
• Damaged cars
• Selecting an attorney, doctor and auto body repair shop
• Compensation for lost income, pain and suffering, future medical expenses, and permanent injuries
• Health insurance issues
• Knowing your state laws
• Government benefits
... and more

To protect yourself, you must know what is in this book. Even the simplest collision can cause years of aggravation, wasted time and needless expense, but you can be a winner in every aspect of your claim. Even if the accident was your fault, you can obtain thousands of dollars. Keep this book safe - you may need it to get all the money you deserve!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780925776310
Publisher: Cogent Publishing
Publication date: 12/09/2013
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.64(d)

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Who Will Pay My Auto Accident Bills? 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not a bad book but not that compelling. A bit biased, but in fairness, many good points were made. Insurance-company bashing gets old. I agree they may not be your friends all of the time, but they are not your enemies either, as Paul portrays.