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Monday, November 19, 2012

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Stephenking323

Injury cases relates to the medical expenses. Since all expenses are to born by the insurance companies the total money which one has as a contract responds to the submission of the money if one loses a case. But as for the medical insurance bearers they have the benefit of retaining their money if they win the case as well as compensate for the injury lawyers fees too.

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