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Thomas Hurwitz

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Thomas R. Hurwitz, has practiced law in multiple areas throughout his career. He is highly respected in the legal community for his work as a Personal Injury attorney, where he has represented both injured people and insurance companies. He was just chosen by his peers as a "Super Lawyer" - one of Minnesota`s Best Lawyers. The fact that he has experience on both sides of personal injury law means that he has a thorough understanding of all aspects of personal injury law and settlement values. This promotes quick and favorable settlements for his clients.

Edward A. Smith

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California Personal Injury lawyer with 18 years of experience handling automobile accidents, dogbites, slip and fall cases as well as medical malpractice cases will answer your questions regarding these areas. Valuestar Certified. Author of "Top 20 PI sites on the Internet" for Law Office Computing Magazine.

Joseph Maus

U.S.
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I am a Florida attorney representing persons injured due to the negligence of others, and insurance disputes. I handle claims involving injuries from car accidents, boating accidents, cruise ship accidents, slip and falls, and wrongful death claims. I also handle homeowner property damage claims and Florida workers compensation claims.

Carol L. Schlitt

U.S.
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I am a New York personal injury attorney with over 20 years experience handling car accident and motor vehicle cases, slip and fill cases, medical malpractice, premises liability, pedestrian and bicycle accidents and personal injury cases. I have been named Municipal Attorney of the Year in New York City and had my cases listed among Top Ten Verdicts in New York. I publish the leading legal blog, New York Law Thoughts. I am active in the New York Trial Lawyers Association, and the Bar Associations of the Bronx, Brooklyn and Suffolk.

Glenn A. Dorfman

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Thirty-two years experience in personal injury, medical malpractice, medical product liability law and class actions. Qualified to answer all questions regarding injuries and the law, except for worker`s compensation. Actively involved and fully experienced in litigation regarding recalled hip implants as well as the Mirena IUD.

Paul D. Friedman, M.A., Ph.D., J.D.

U.S.
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I am a personal injury trial attorney who is licensed in Arizona, Colorado (inactive) and the District of Columbia (inactive). I am also licensed with the Distrcit Court of Arizona, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.

I am a Certified Civil Trial Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and am Certified as a Speciailst in Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation by the Arizona State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. I was the Special Assistant to the Attorney General for the State of Arizona in the national litigation against the tobacco industry. I handle complex civil litigation inlcuding pharmaceutical liability and professional malpractice.

I can answer questions regarding injury law (accidents, malpractice, product liability) and wrongful employment practices.

For more information, please view my website at WWW.EXPERTETHICS.COM

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2016-10-11 Uncashed workers comp. check.:

Jerry, you know the answer to that.  A photocopy of course.  If they agree, in writing, to replace the check then they would probably want the original back at which time you can provide it to them...

2016-10-10 Uncashed workers comp. check.:

If it was an overpayment they would have stopped payment eventually.  Unless you know for sure that it was, I would go ahead and try to get a new one issued.  Tell them you put it away and just forgot

2016-10-10 Uncashed workers comp. check.:

Wow Jerry, you must be a wealthy guy. Hold that check for 6 years and now thinking you won't even bother to see if you can get it paid?  The advice of the Credit Union is of course what you should do.

2016-09-08 misread xray report:

Maria:  I don't understand why it is important to you that the original report be amended to mention the fracture.  Since it was discovered eventually, the record is clear what  your injury was.  I thought

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