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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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When the Sudden Loss of a Primary Earner Impacts a Family, USClaims Can Help

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Eight months after Eric (not a real person) died, the main consolation for his widow remained that he probably never knew what hit him. Their attorney knew that a trial would likely award Eric’s estate a substantial sum, and he counseled the family to hold out for a comparable settlement offer.

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USClaims Can Help When A Workplace Accident Cuts Off Your Livelihood

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Everyone on Carmelo’s work crew had known him as the foreman’s right arm. Carmelo jokes darkly about that these days. Thanks to an avoidable workplace accident, he no longer has a right arm. Carmelo’s lawyer told him that he had a very strong worker’s compensation case, but that it might be a while before he saw any money.

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When a Drunk Driver Takes Away Your Livelihood, USClaims Can Keep Your Life Moving

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Kelly (not a real person) never imagined she’d be a morning person, but a month into her stint opening the fitness studio for the pre-dawn classes, she had to admit that the routine was growing on her.

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When Botched Medical Treatment Bleeds You Dry, USClaims Injects Liquidity

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Aaron (not a real person) hated needles, and so he dreaded the increasingly frequent appointments for his knee at the outpatient clinic. It was there, during a procedure that Aaron could barely stand to think about, let alone watch, that a medical technician would insert a frighteningly large gauge needle into his osteoarthritic knee and inject it with a corticosteroid-laced mixture of lubricants.

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‘Stair’-ing Down a Long Recovery from a Slip-and-Fall Accident? USClaims Can Help

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After an arduous series of negotiations to close out a sales deal, a long vacation was just what “Sean” (not a real person) needed. He and his wife packed their bags and headed off to a tropical paradise for a week of sun, fun – and no responsibilities whatsoever.

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Don’t Let Summer Vacation Be Ruined by an Auto Accident

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It was a perfect summer day – bright and sunny and warm – the kind that begs for a break from the stress of daily life. Along with her husband and three children, “Denise” (not a real person) decided to take her family to the water park just outside of town. They’d been planning the trip for weeks, lining up the vacation time from their office jobs, and were delighted that the weather had decided to comply.

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