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Does my Car Insurance Cover Personal injury claims in Kamuela

Although road and vehicle safety has increased over the years, car accidents do happen almost every day. In the US, an estimated 38,800 people lost their lives to car crashes and 4.4 million people were injured seriously enough to require medical attention in 2019. Hawaii, like most US states, also witnesses a considerable number of […]

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How to Win your Personal Injury Claim in Kona

In Hawaii, accidents are more common than you think. In 2019, there were 108 traffic fatalities in Hawaii. Apart from road accidents, there are also slip-and-falls and dog bites, among other accidents that can lead to injuries or even fatalities. If you or your loved one has been injured in an accident caused by someone […]

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What are Special Damages Personal Injury in Kamuela?

In personal injury cases, compensation includes two factors: general damages and special damages. General damages refers to the compensation that is paid to a plaintiff for their pain and suffering, and the loss of amenities as a result of the injuries they suffered in an accident. These injuries may be physiological or psychological or both. […]

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Can the IRS Take My Personal Injury Settlement in Hawaii ?

When it comes to personal injury claims, it isn’t surprising to find that most are settled out of court before or during the trial. Once you have accepted the settlement offer from the other party and signed a release, the case is considered closed. After receiving the amount, as a personal injury claimant, you will […]

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What is a Kona Personal Injury Lawyer

Becoming a victim of a personal injury due to the negligence of someone else can be frustrating. The physical pain and suffering can seem never-ending when you start receiving bills, calls, and visits from insurance companies, doctors, and law enforcement authorities, while you’re still grappling with your injuries. It can be extremely difficult to focus […]

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How Much To Ask For In A Personal Injury Settlement in Hawaii?

The state of Hawaii is known for being a tourists’ delight. However, it is not spared of its share of personal injury claims. Whether you’re a tourist or a local, if you’ve suffered personal injuries in Hawaii due to someone else’s negligence, you’re bound to have several questions about legal liability and the compensation owed […]

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Kamuela Injury Lawyer Explains Personal Injury Protection

Hawaii is one of about a dozen no-fault insurance states which require Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage in some way, shape, or form. PIP is designed to speed up the compensation process in “fender bender” accidents that only cause property damage and non-serious injuries. The effectiveness of PIP insurance is hotly debated. There is some […]

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What is Considered a Personal Injury in Hawaii?

If you or a loved one was injured because of someone else’s negligence, Hawaii’s personal injury law usually applies. As outlined below, negligence is generally a lack of ordinary or statutory care. Car crashes, medical malpractice, and other such injuries are not “accidents.” People accidentally leave the water on. They do not accidentally drive drunk […]

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How Do Kona Personal Injury Lawyers Resolve Delivery Truck Crash Claims?

Experts predict that, by 2022, the last-mile delivery market will continue growing and exceed $50 billion in North America. The rise of online commerce has fueled much of this increase. Last-mile delivery is also rather perilous. Many delivery drivers load heavy packages into their personal vehicles and depend heavily on GPS navigation devices to get […]

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Seven Specialized Trusts and Kamuela Estate Planning Lawyers

Most Hawaii County families need testamentary trusts. These estate planning vehicles preserve privacy and avoid some taxes. When wills go to probate, as they all must, the contents of the estate become public record. In many cases, that disclosure is embarrassing at best and dangerous at worst. Additionally, the corpus (property in the trust) does […]

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