AGL Accident and Health Claims We’re committed to our clients’ financial security just like you’re committed to your own family’s security. That’s why we provide quality products designed to help make sure you’ll have the protection you need, when you need it. As the costs of medical care continue to climb, employers are providing fewer and fewer benefits, leaving a serious gap in healthcare coverage.
If you have been injured in an auto accident, you are going to want to be compensated for medical bills, lost wages, and related expenses. Taking the following steps after an auto accident will help you get the most out of your personal injury claim. Ask a Personal Injury Attorney 1) Call the Police After the Auto Accident Even if you are only mildly injured, it is imperative that you call the police from the scene of the accident, and later obtain a copy of the official police report.
*********** Headaches, Neck Pain and Back Pain are the most common auto accident injuries. *********** Difficulty sleeping? Problems bending, lifting or standing at work? Pain while getting dressed, bathing, showering, putting on your bra, socks or shoes? Car accidents hurt. “For those who have never been in an accident, it’s difficult to understand just how debilitating auto injuries can become, especially when left untreated,” says Dr.
Navigation Dedham Woman Dies in Pedestrian Accident September 24, 2014 – Anne McIntyre, 70, of Dedham, Massachusetts. has died as the result of serious personal injuries sustained after being struck by a vehicle. The accident occurred Tuesday at 7:00 a. m. on High Street in Dedham. According to the Dedham Police Department. a 25 year old Boston man, whose identity has not been released, was driving on High Street when his car hit McIntyre.
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The Colombian personal accident and health insurance segment posted a review-period (2009-2013), compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13. 7% in 2013. During the review period, factors such as regulatory changes, a rise in the number of fatal road traffic accidents and sustainable economic development had a favorable impact on the growth of the personal accident and health segment.
Why Call our Accident Advice Centre? If you’re thinking of claiming for an accident that wasn’t your fault you can take your pick of companies promising great things. We’ve all seen the adverts on TV, heard the radio jingles, and read the editorial in the papers. But when it comes to experience and credibility, we’ve got it covered. We’re the Accident Advice Helpline and we’ve helped thousands of people claim compensation for non-fault accidents under the no win no fee agreement.
Many people suffer from an injury due to an accident at work at no fault of their own, due to negligence of a colleague or the employer. Work accidents can occur in any workplace, in a supermarket, store room, office construction site, factory, warehouse or even on public sites. Here at the Accident Advice Bureau, we are here to assist people to receive compensation for accidents at work on a No Win No Fee basis.
Other People Are Reading At the scene If you are involved in an accident, there are several initial steps to follow to ensure a smooth claims process. Immediately after the accident, exchange information with the other driver. Gather the other party's name, address and drivers' license number, the name of his insurance carrier and policy number and the year, make and model of his vehicle. If the driver is unwilling or unable to provide information, gather the license plate number, car information (year, make and model) and any other information you can collect.
Click any State and County Find the Answers to all Your Car Accident Questions Every year, thousands of people are involved in an accident that can leave them injured, facing lawsuits and with no place to turn to for help. Whether you have been involved in an automotive, work place, or motorcycle accident, it is imperative that you seek the proper legal counsel to represent your accident case.
1 Photo Each year, thousands of people are involved in traffic accidents during the Memorial Day Weekend. If you are one of these unfortunate people, will you know what to do in the aftermath of a collision? How you react can prevent further injuries, reduce costs and accelerate the clean-up and repair process. The Consumer Protection Association of America is increasing public awareness on this subject by designating the week before Memorial Day "National Driver Education Week.