"Am I A Good Candidate For A P...

“Am I A Good Candidate For A Personal Injury Claim?” – Free eBook

About Personal Injury Claims And You

If you have recently been in an auto accident, there is a very good chance that you need medical treatment for your injuries. As long as the accident wasn't your fault, you have resources at your disposal to help restore you to full health.

You have the right to pursue recovery. Yet, most people don’t understand the legal process and policies surrounding the incident of an injury caused by an auto accident, and therefore, most don’t receive adequate monetary coverage for their personal healing process.

Most people who are injured in car accidents…

+ Don’t want to be “that guy” – the person that files a lawsuit in order to finagle the legal system and get more money from the insurance company
+ Tend to discredit their pain, thinking that it is less severe than it really is
+ Simply deal with the aching symptoms of their injuries
+ Don’t seek medical attention that will restore them to full health

Dax Jones, a professional, experienced personal injury lawyer is on hand to help you receive the treatment that you need free of charge. His law firm will interface with the insurance companies, doctors, and other sources to supply the proper chart notes, documents, and various other forms of proof that are necessary to substantiate a fair insurance claim.

The goal is that you won’t have to pay the medical bills, and you will still be able to receive effective treatment for your injuries that will resolve your pain and restore you to full health.

Learn more by downloading the eBook via the simple form to the right!

eBook Summary

    • Introduction
    • Chapter 1: Do I qualify?
    • Chapter 2: How do I rate my pain?
    • Chapter 3: Where do we start?
    • Chapter 4: What does a claim look like?
    • Chapter 5: How does the claims process work?
    • Chapter 6: What’s my role?
    • Chapter 7: How will I pay my attorney?
    • Chapter 8: Ready to feel better?
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