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Private investigators providing surveillance, background checks and litigation support nationwide. We you need proof, contact A.S.G. All cases are strictly confidential.
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An online resource with information on identity theft - identity theft books and reports, credit monitoring, identity theft law, statistics, prevention and a free identity theft protection guide.
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Recent Personal Injury and Car Accident News and Cases
Do you ever wonder if a claimant should hire an attorney or "go it alone" on an accident case? Without an attorney, a claimant has no power to force an insurance company to do anything. According to page 5 of Allstate Insurance Company's own internal document entitled "Unrepresented Segment Training" (which was obtained in a lawsuit in Florida challenging Allstate's unfair claims settlement practices), "represented claims settle for 2-3 times more than unrepresented claims". You can see it for yourself here on page 5 (pdf page 4 of 7). If you review the rest of this pamphlet, you will see that some insurers, like Allstate, actually have training programs to teach their claims representatives how to best persuade claimants not to hire an attorney. Are you still wondering?