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Who Pays My Medical Bills in a Car Accident?

When I speak to a client shortly after they are involved in a crash, “Who pays my medical bills?” is a common question asked by many. It is significant for your health and the value of your case. Receive all the necessary medical treatment and start your treatment as soon as possible after a crash. To obtain medical treatment in a timely fashion, you initially...
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Legal Terminology 101: A Guide to Understanding Your Lawyer and Lawsuit

Personal injury lawyers and paralegals frequently use legal terms when discussing cases with their clients. Although this terminology is well-known to people who use it daily, clients may find such jargon unfamiliar or confusing. Therefore, the personal injury team at Brown & Crouppen has put together this short primer to explain the terms that our clients ask about the most during their case. Insurance claim. ...
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Pride Month Spotlight: Q&A with Vincent C. Flewellen

Brown & Crouppen is a proud supporter of our LGBTQIA+ community, and we stand behind our core values of equality, opportunity and respect for all people. We truly believe that we are stronger together. In honor of Pride Month, we asked our social media friends to share their favorite local LGBTQIA+ owned and friendly businesses so we could spotlight them on social media. Covid-19 has...
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What to Do If A Car Accident is Your Fault

Car accidents are traumatic events, even for the at-fault driver. In some situations, the fault is apparent: a driver is distracted by their phone and does not see the brake lights ahead, causing a rear-end collision. Other times, there may be some shared fault. However, if you believe you are the at-fault party, honesty is still the best policy. Here is a breakdown of the...
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16 Swimming Safety Tips for Summer

The official start of summer is right around the corner, and temperatures are already heating up! There is nothing more enjoyable than jumping into a cool body of water to relax after a long hot day. With the reduction of COVID restrictions, recreational areas are busier this year as we slowly find our way to the new normal. Here are some tips to keep you...
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Where Health and Casualty Insurance Meet Following an Accident

If you carry health insurance, you expect that the health insurance will cover the cost of your medical care after your deductible and co-pay. However, when your medical treatment is the byproduct of an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, it may seem unclear whether your health insurance foots the bill or whether the casualty insurance (or the liability insurance for individuals and businesses that...
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How to Protect Yourself from Unemployment Benefits Fraud

Scammers have been working hard to steal COVID-relief payments since the pandemic hit. Victims usually learn about the fraud in one of the following ways: They receive a notice in the mail from their state’s Department of Employment Security about the status of an unemployment claim. They receive an unemployment insurance debit card in the mail. They receive a 1099-G forms for their taxes. Their...
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Do I Need “Full Coverage” Auto Insurance?

The short answer is yes. We recommend that every driver examine their policy to ensure they are fully covered in the event of a collision. It is essential to know what options you have in order to evaluate your needs as a driver. The thought of full coverage usually alludes to having additional personal use coverages on an auto policy in addition to the required...
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Women in Law Spotlight: Co-Counsel Relations Director Cheryl Sept

Cheryl Sept is a Director at Brown & Crouppen Law Firm where she oversees Co-Counsel Relations. We interviewed Cheryl to learn more about her role in leadership, how the firm works to best serve our clients, and more. Cheryl: I interviewed here 18 years ago for a position in our Intake Department, for a call center specialist position. I actually was hired by managing partner ...
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10 Safety Tips for Riders & Drivers During Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

“Driving a motorcycle is like flying. All your senses are alive.” Hugh Laurie There’s no denying that motorcycles are tempting, fun and fuel-efficient. But it’s also true that riding a motorcycle poses more risk than getting behind the wheel of a car. With an enormous amount of space comes tremendous responsibility for motorcycle riders and the drivers of vehicles on the road. We all invoke ...
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