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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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Z-Pak Strep Throat ‘Cure’ Can Cause Severe Scarring or Even Death

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“Regina” (not a real person) was the type of person who never caught a cold. She felt invincible, even through the harshest of winters, so when she developed a stubborn sore throat and fever in the spring, she was utterly perplexed.

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Don’t Get Painted into a Corner with your Personal Injury Woes

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“Turner” (not a real person) loved to paint. Along with his son, he had owned and operated a thriving painting business for fifteen years, winning praise from his clients for his fine handiwork and fair prices. When a local supermarket changed ownership, Turner and his son got the call to repaint the exterior in a color more suitable for the new brand.

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Don’t Let a Car Crash Shatter Your Savings

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“Randall” (not a real person) dealt with a 20-mile commute to work every day, but it was only the last half mile that ever gave him pause. The off-ramp that took him off the freeway and toward his house had a short lane for merging onto the street, making things a little tricky on the drive home, especially during rush hour. Still, he’d managed to avoid accidents for more than three years.

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Don’t Let a Diner Dash Away from the Responsibility of Paying for your Slip-and-Fall Accident

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It was a bright and sunny weekday afternoon when “Kellie” (not a real person) picked up her two young daughters from school.

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Fighting a Discrimination Lawsuit Against Your Ex-Employer? USClaims Can Help

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Within a few months of graduating with honors from college, “Luis” (not a real person) landed a job as a junior programmer with a big tech firm. By the end of his first year, he’d found his groove and was whizzing through routine tasks – and handling difficult ones – like a 10-year veteran, drawing raves from his co-workers.

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If You Suffered a Bad Break at Work, it Might Not Be Your Fault

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“Grant” (not a real person) worked for a private moving company, loading and unloading the company truck several times a day. He was tall and strong, but he also knew when a lighter touch was called for, such as when handling valuables.

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A Medical Misdiagnosis Can Set You Back Years

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“Andrew” (not a real person) had been undergoing treatment for his multiple sclerosis for six years. In that time, he’d undergone dozens of MRI exams, paid a small fortune for medications, and, he joked, “seen more of my doctor than my wife.”

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Rear-ended in a Car Accident? USClaims can help

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After years of being careful with her money and saving every penny she could spare, “Janet” (not a real person) was finally able to afford her first new car.

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