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When Botched Medical Treatment Bleeds You Dry, USClaims Injects Liquidity

By USClaims

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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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 Diner Dash Away from the Responsibility of Paying for your Slip-and-Fall Accident

By USClaims

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

By USClaims

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

By USClaims

“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

By USClaims

“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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Don’t Let Another’s Carelessness on the Job Cost You

By USClaims

It wasn’t the most glamorous job, but “Lonnie” (not a real person) enjoyed the solid, dependable nature of working in a warehouse.

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Even Careful Drivers Can Have Accidents

By USClaims

“Joanie” (not a real person) was a cautious driver – perhaps to a fault. She rarely drove on highways, preferring to take longer trips on side streets than deal with the fast-moving traffic.

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