Book - 7 Deadly Mistakes That Could Destroy Your Injury Claim

Warning! Do Not Attempt To Handle Your Personal Injury Case Before Reading This Book!

Valued at $16.95, but offered to California accident victims at no cost!

Since 1988, Zev Rubinstein and his associates at The Rubinstein Law Group have handled thousands of personal injury claims and obtained millions of dollars for their clients. The firm has established a tradition of providing exceptional legal services by giving each client the personalized attention they deserve. Their goal has always been to help personal injury victims make informed decisions before taking any action. Knowledge is power and you should never settle a personal injury case without understanding all the factors that can affect the outcome of your case.

In this essential guide to accident cases in California, “7 Deadly Mistakes That Could Destroy Your Injury Claim”, Mr. Rubinstein distills the complicated area of personal injury law down to what you need to know and why. This straightforward guide to handling your personal injury case offers a clear, simple, honest take on the legal process and going about getting a fair recovery. Along the way, Mr. Rubinstein discusses:

  • Myths about how personal injury cases are handled
  • Choosing the right attorney for your case
  • What a good personal injury attorney should do for you
  • Serious mistakes that can destroy your injury claim
  • Questions you should ask the insurance company before signing anything
  • How to spot tactics used by the insurance companies to “wear you down”
  • A unique, and progressive way of looking at attorney fees
  • Verdicts and settlements received in actual personal injury cases

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