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Florida Slip and Fall Cases - Broken Foot - Expert Advice

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The following is an expert answer given by Florida Premises Liability Lawyer, Joseph M. Maus, and taken from AllExperts.com, a free Q & A service on the internet:

Question: I had a slip & fall which caused a broken foot.   Surgery was done & 10 weeks of physical therapy. What is the usual payout on this type of lawsuit?

Answer: The value of your claim depends on many, many factors, and it would be difficult for me to even guess what your claim might be worth. The short answer is - there is no "usual payout" on an injury claim.  The reason is each claim is different factually, and different in the way it affects people.

Homeowner’s Insurance – How Much Coverage is Too Much

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Protecting your Home with Homeowner’s Insurance Protects your Bank Account

September 13, 2009 — One of the most important things involving your home is the purchasing of homeowner’s insurance. If you were to have a fire or a natural disaster, most of us would not be able to recoup our losses without the help that homeowner’s insurance can provide to us.

You need to make sure that you are covered with homeowner’s insurance but you do not want to have too much either, and this is a common mistake that many homeowner’s make. Many think they must have coverage for the amount that they bought the home for. If you paid $250,000 for your home, you have to take into consideration the land that your house sits upon. To rebuild your home, you do not need to re-pay for your property.

Be Careful to Avoid Life Insurance Rescission

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It's the worst news to get as life insurance policy owner/beneficiary or term life insurance agent. Rescission. We need to find out what exactly does it mean in the world of life insurance and more importantly, how to avoid ever hearing it.

First, we'll start with the formal dictionary definition according to Merriam-Webster for rescinding:

1 : to take away : remove
2 a : take back, cancel b : to abrogate (a contract) and restore the parties to the positions they would have occupied had there been no contract
3 : to make void (as an act) by action of the enacting authority or a superior authority : repeal

Term Life Insurance For Final Expenses

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Term life insurance is a great way to address the needs commonly know as "final expenses". This is inherently different from commonly thought-of uses for life insurance such as income replacement or larger debt payment (such as mortgages). Final Expenses are those associated more or less directly with a person's death. Term life, in addition to addressing other life insurance needs, is an inexpensive way to deal issues that most people aren't even aware of. Let's look a little closer at final expenses and their final solution...term life insurance.

Unless you have been intimately involved in the funeral or passing of a loved one, you may not even know what the term final expenses means. There are many expenses that arise from a person passing away.

Will You Sacrifice Freedom for Free Health Care

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(Best Syndication News) I was contemplating a critique on the plans of President Obama to rescue the “Health Care System”, but as I began writing the words seemed eerily familiar.

I discovered that nothing I wanted to say was significantly different from or an improvement upon what I wrote here. I am, however, obviously distraught that the president did not read my effort to help him restore sanity to the delivery of medical services.

Discussions of new plans of the government to control medical practice are accomplishing little more than herding the general public into a belief that the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses can only be secured by a system of bureaucrats (either from the insurance industry or government) that will assure proper funding for the examinations they consider to be necessary according to flow charts pieced together in their many offices. The very concept is sheer lunacy, but we have no one to blame but ourselves for this absurd reality.

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