Personal Injury Books Written by Bisnar Chase
|The Seven Fatal Mistakes That Can Wreck Your California Personal Injury Claim. What do you need to know to effectively deal with an insurance company to settle your personal injury claim? The answers are in this book. In this book, John Bisnar explains in detail the pitfalls awaiting honest, fair-minded, self-represented personal injury victims. He shows how to avoid those pitfalls so as not to be victimized again. The Seven Fatal Mistakes is a must-read for personal injury victims before they work on settling their claim. It will save you time and keep you from leaving money on the table. The Seven Fatal Mistakes is the book that insurance companies hope you never read!|
|Still Unsafe at Any Speed. In 1965, then-unknown lawyer Ralph Nader wrote Unsafe at Any Speed, an expose of the automobile industry's disregard for consumer safety. Four decades later, car makers continue to cause needless human suffering by producing defective, unsafe vehicles. Auto defects cases cover a wide range of possibilities, and an attorney is well advised to pay close attention when someone has suffered a catastrophic injury or loss of a loved one in a vehicle accident. Did an SUV roll over? An airbag fail to deploy? A tire come apart? A fuel tank explode? Sometimes, attorneys mistakenly believe they do not have a case against a car manufacturer - or worse yet, don't even think about it to begin with.|
|NEW! California Personal Injury Law - a reference guide for accident victims. This reference guide is an overview of personal injury law,
the personal injury claim process and the litigation of a personal injury
case. It provides a step by step guide through the entire process from injury
This is an easy to read and understand guide meant to help you cut through the redtape and be compensated for your injuries. If you've had an accident or injury at the fault of someone else, we wrote this book for you!
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