What’s Your Insurance IQ – The Price Isn’t Always Right

Buying just the minimum auto insurance coverage may cause you much heartache later on. Accepted medical literature shows that in some cases, apparently “minor” accidents can cause you serious permanent injuries, particularly depending upon your body position at the time of impact. Here are a few IQ-tips to prepare you for scenarios beyond your control:…

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When an Accident Occurs, What Should You Do?

At KBG, our attorneys spend every day fighting for our clients. Standing in the way of fair and just results is the insurance industry, a multibillion dollar industry whose only goal is to pay out as little as possible on any claim whether it is legitimate or not. Each of our attorneys have handled hundreds…

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Are You “The Suing Type?”

We hear about them every day on television, the internet and talk radio shows: frivolous lawsuits. Ridiculous stories like the one about a burglar who tripped and fell while in the victim’s house and then brought a successful lawsuit against the victim for his injuries. Stories so outrageous that we just want to scream, “What’s…

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Keeping Your Kids Safe In your Vehicle

You love and cherish your children, so take the time to protect them in your vehicle. Use approved booster seats and car seats. Rear-facing seats should be used in the back seat from birth to at least 1 year old and at least 20 pounds. Forward-facing toddlers seats should be used in the back seat from age 1 and…

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Saving on Insurance

In this time of economic downturn, it may be tempting to save money on your auto insurance – or even drop your auto insurance. Before you drop your auto insurance entirely, consider the following: it is illegal to maintain a registered motor vehicle without at least state minimum insurance coverage and you may be subject to criminal penalties if caught;…

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Premises Liability: Slip & Fall Cases

Most people are surprised to learn that property owners are not automatically liable for falls that occur on their property due to inclement weather. Property owners generally have a duty to make reasonable efforts to clear snow and ice from the travel portions of their property within a reasonable time. If snow and ice accumulates…

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