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  • What to Do After a Car Accident That Wasn’t Your Fault
    What to Do After a Car Accident That Wasn’t Your Fault

    Car accidents are called accidents for a reason. They can happen to anyone, at any time, and at just about any location. It doesn’t matter how prepared or cautious you are, preventing an accident ...

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  • Things to Look For When Hiring an Auto Accident Attorney
    Things to Look For When Hiring an Auto Accident Attorney

    In the moments following an auto accident, there may be many thoughts racing through your mind. While the safety of yourself and others involved is at the forefront of your mind, there are also many ...

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  • What is a Fair Settlement in a Car Accident Case?
    What is a Fair Settlement in a Car Accident Case?

    It should come as no surprise that your idea of a reasonable settlement is vastly different from that of the insurance company who must pay for your injuries. You need the right firm that knows ...

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  • Is Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney Necessary?
    Is Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney Necessary?

    When people are injured in a car accident, or they slip and fall, or are injured at work, or suffer an injury due to medical malpractice, the most common question we receive here at The Ahearne Law ...

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  • Stryker Rejuvenate & Stryker ABG II Hip Implant Lawsuit Settlement Update #stryker / #hiprecall / #hipreplacement / #strykersettlement
    Stryker Rejuvenate & Stryker ABG II Hip Implant Lawsuit Settlement Update #stryker / #hiprecall / #hipreplacement / #strykersettlement

    Since announcing the recall in July 2012, Stryker has offered two settlement programs to those who had already undergone revision surgery. The first was in November 2014 and the second in December ...

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  • Qualifying for a Conditional License in New York
    Qualifying for a Conditional License in New York

    New York courts and the DMV have the power to suspend or revoke a person’s license if they’re convicted of a serious driving-related offense, such as a DWI (driving while intoxicated) or DWAI (driving ...

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