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USClaims Can Help You Get Back in the Game After Your Slip-and-Fall Accident

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“Kurt” (not a real person) was a soccer fanatic. He rooted passionately for his favorite teams, both domestic and international, and played in an adult league at the local community rec center every weekend.

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When You Get Rear Ended, Pre-Settlement Funding From USClaims Moves You Forward

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Five months after she and her children’s father separated, “Christa” (not a real person) finally had the new morning routine down to a science. After rousing the kids from bed, getting them dressed, and making sure they had something approximating a breakfast, she would walk them to the bus stop.

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Even Cyclists Can be the Victims of Aggressive Drivers

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“Anna” (not a real person) loved to ride her bike. She always took her rides in the early morning, both to take advantage of the cooler weather and to avoid heavy traffic. One Sunday morning, the temperature was a balmy 60 degrees, but the other part of her plan didn’t go nearly as well.

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A One-Time Doctor’s Error Can Lead to Long-Term Suffering

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“Kyle” (not a real person) had been taking blood thinners for his entire adult life. He had inherited a genetic disorder from his father that led to him forming blood clots and the medication was needed to prevent serious impairment – or even death.

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Don’t Let a Work Accident Cut into Your Productivity

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It was only Tuesday, but it was already shaping up to be a long week for “Melvin” (not a real person). His student loan payment was due by the end of the week, and his cat was sick, necessitating an expensive visit to the vet.

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Is the City at Fault for Your Mass Transit Accident?

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“Chester” (not a real person) worked as a night security guard at a local mall. His starting and ending hours coincided nicely with the city’s last evening and first morning buses.

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A “Wrong Person” Operation Is Every Patient’s Nightmare Scenario

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When her abdominal pain became too much to bear, “Renee” (not a real person) finally took her husband’s advice and went to see her doctor. She had acute appendicitis, he said, and would need to have her appendix removed as soon as could be arranged.

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USClaims Can Help Bear the Weight of a Personal Injury Lawsuit

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“Austin” (not a real person) had been into lifting weights since he was in his teens. He wasn’t “ripped,” like a bodybuilding pro, but he liked how his twice-weekly workouts kept his muscles toned and looking good. Now that he was in his 40s, it was even more important than ever that he keep himself in good shape, through both a healthy diet and regular exercise.

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If Your Car Crash Is the City’s Fault, and They Won’t Pay Up, USClaims Can Help

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“Marcus” (not a real person) had been contracted to work on a construction site in a small town in central Arizona. It didn’t offer much in the way of hospitality or nightlife, but he preferred it that way.

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USClaims Can Help While You Deal with a Difficult Sexual Discrimination Lawsuit

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“Carmen” (not a real person) was, without a doubt, the top sales person at her car dealership. She closed difficult deals without being pushy, winning praise from both satisfied customers and other staff and garnering many repeat buyers.

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