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“You May Not Need A Lawyer”

Before You Deal with the Insurance Company, Get a Lawyer or Sign Anything on your Personal Injury Case , You Need to Read this Book on Accident Law in Alabama. It’s Entirely Free. Just Email Jim@JimHasserLaw.com and it’ll  be Emailed Directly to You.

Other Books are Free Too. They are on Alabama Compensation LawLongshore and Harborworker’s Compensation Law and How to Buy Car Insurance in AlabamaAgain, They are Entirely Free. Just Email Jim@HasserLawFirm.com and they will be Emailed Directly to You.

How Can I Get A Copy Of Jim’s Book On Alabama Accident Law?  

How Can I Get A Copy Of Jim’s Book On Alabama Worker’s Compensation Law?

How Can I Get A Copy Of Jim’s Book On the Longshore and Harbor Worker’s Compensation Act?

How Can I Get A Copy Of Jim’s Book On How to Buy Car Insurance in Alabama? 

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How Long Do I Have to File My Alabama Accident Claim?

Do I Need A Lawyer For My  Alabama Accident Case?

What Do I Do If I Was Just In A Wreck In Alabama?

Do I Have A Case?

 

What do I do at an Informal Conference on my Longshore comp claim?

                                                                              

 

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What do I do at an Informal Conference on my Longshore comp claim?

You try and work out your differences and settle. To learn more, order a free pdf copy of my book on Longshore comp law. Email Jim@JimHasserLaw.com or call 251.343.5081.

 

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 Newsletter of the Month:

Congress finalizes sweeping opioid package.

 

The Hill (9/25, Sullivan, 3.54M) reports a bipartisan group of congressional leaders in both chambers on Tuesday “unveiled a massive bill aimed at fighting the epidemic of opioid abuse in the United States, capping months of work.” The opioid package “takes a wide variety of actions aimed at fighting the crisis,” including lifting some limits on Medicaid paying for care at treatment facilities, targeting illicit opioids being imported through the mail, and encouraging “the development of non-addictive painkillers as an alternative to opioids.”

 

Researchers say young-to-old blood transfusion startup is endangering clients’ lives.

Business Insider (9/25, 5.63M) reports Stanford Medical graduate Jesse Karmazin, “who launched a startup called Ambrosia Medical that fills older people’s veins with fresh blood from young donors” for $8,000 is endangering patients’ lives. Researchers who study the procedure “say it poses major risks for patients, including an elevated risk of developing several serious conditions later in life, such as graft-versus-host disease, which can occur when transfused blood cells attack the patient’s own cells, and transfusion-associated lung injury.” Karmazin defended his business, saying, “Millions of plasma transfusions are performed safely in the US each year and the FDA monitors the safety of the blood supply and transfusions closely.” The piece says that because blood transfusions are already approved by the Food and Drug Administration, “Ambrosia’s approach has the green-light to continue as an off-label treatment.”

Hawaii health officials announce nut product recall due to possible E. coli contamination.

The AP (9/25) reports that Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut products from Hawaii “are being voluntarily recalled because of potential E. coli contamination, state health officials said.” The article says E.coli was detected “in the well water and distribution system supplying the company’s facility in Kea’au.” The piece adds, “As of Monday, no illnesses related to the water had been reported to the state.”

Cargill ground beef recall could include retailers across the nation.

The Los Angeles Times (9/25, Parvini, 4.87M) reports that the Cargill ground beef recall over possible E. coli contamination could affect “Meijer, Safeway and Sam’s Club stores nationwide,” according to the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service. The USDA said on its website that its list “may not include all retail locations that have received the recalled product or may include retail locations that did not actually receive the recalled product.” The article adds that the outbreak “has killed one person and sickened 17 others.”

 


Why “Free Consultations” Or “Personally Returned Phone Calls” Should Not Be A Selling Point When Choosing Your Lawyer
   


Most personal injury lawyers offer free consultations and personally return calls. I do too. I have to to figure out if you have a case worth taking.  The only way to do that is to talk to you! Below are the real questions you should be asking yourself when looking for a lawyer which are answered in the book on accident law:
 1. “Do I even need a lawyer for my case?” 2. “What kind of lawyer is best for my case?” 3. “How do I choose a lawyer?” 4. “How does the attorney relationship work?”

Alabama Accident Law FAQ

Should I Give The Adjuster A Recorded Statement?

What If I Was Partly At Fault In Causing the Accident?

What Do I Do About Getting My Car Fixed And How Am I Going To Get Around While They Fix It?

My Car Is Totaled; What Do They Owe Me? 

Should I Settle My Property Damage Claim Before My Personal Injury Claim? 

Should I Sign A Medical Records Release? 

Which Insurance Company Is Supposed To Pay My Medical Bills? 

What Do I Do If My Husband, Wife or Child Was Killed In The Wreck?

What Do I Do If My Husband, Wife Or Child Was Brain Damaged Or Paralyzed In The Wreck?

Alabama Comp Cases FAQ

“Do I need a lawyer?”

“What kind of lawyer do I need?”

“Which lawyer do I choose?”

“How does the attorney relationship work?”

“Should I give the adjuster a recorded statement?”

“What if I was partly at fault in causing the accident?”

“What am I entitled to be paid on my Alabama comp case?”

“Should I sign a medical records release for the insurance company in my Alabama comp case?”

Longshore and Harborworker’s Comp FAQ

Who does the Longshore Act cover?”

“Should I give the adjuster a recorded statement?”

“Should I sign a medical records release?”

What if I was partly at fault in causing the accident?”

“What am I entitled to?”

“Do I need a lawyer?”

“Which lawyer do I choose?”

“How does the attorney relationship work?”

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