In this installment of my legal strategy series, I will look at two strategies I’ve used to fight slip and falls: an insurance strategy and a general legal strategy.
Both strategies are based on the idea that the risk of loss is less than the risk that you will not be sued if you fail to take action.
In my first post, I talked about how I fought my first slip and fell lawsuit.
In this post, my second strategy is to explain how I’ve come to use my insurance strategy.
If you want to learn more about my general legal tactics, check out the video above.
The second strategy I’m going to talk about in this post is one that I’ve been using for years now: my slip and slide strategy.
Slip and fall lawsuits are a serious problem that requires professional help.
The idea behind slip and falling lawsuits is that you should take your insurance coverage away if you are injured while you’re not using your insurance.
This is known as a “cover-up” strategy.
In other words, the insurance company covers you for the loss, and you have to cover yourself.
When you lose, the insurer will claim that you’re in a “lose-lose” situation.
This “loser-safer” policy is called a “pivot” or “redemption” policy.
This means that the insurer wants to get the loss covered and claim the claim.
In a “lie-down” situation, you are in a win-win situation: You get your coverage back, and the insurer gets to claim it and cover the loss.
But the insurers claim that your claim was a “false alarm” and you should pay out the full amount that you were billed.
Slip-and-fall lawsuits are the worst of all liars.
Even though you may think you are getting a “redemptive” policy, the law is not about fairness.
In most cases, you will end up paying out far more than you were promised.
This can be a real problem when your family is involved.
If your employer and your insurance company can get away with using your policies to claim a loss that you are not entitled to, then the other party can do the same.
Slip, fall lawsuits do not stop with your family.
When your life is in danger, it is very easy for you to fall victim to a slip and lie lawsuit.
Many people have been injured while driving and are left without insurance coverage.
These people may not realize that they may be in a loss-based policy.
And the insurance companies are going to continue to make claims about their “false alarms” and “false claims.”
If you have insurance coverage, then your insurance carrier may be able to claim that a loss occurred when you are on the road.
You may also be able get away without any of the other coverage if you take the “cover up” route.
If the slip-and fall lawsuit doesn’t stop, you may not even realize that you may have been sued until after the claim has been paid out.
The good news is that most people are protected from this type of lawsuit.
For example, if your insurance is covered, then you don’t have to pay for your injuries.
In fact, you can be the one paying for the injuries.
If a lawsuit against your employer was filed in your name, then he or she may be entitled to a portion of your settlement, which could include a portion that you paid into your insurance policy.
In some states, employers and their employees can get a “coverage waiver” from their insurance companies to avoid having to pay out for your “loss” even if your claim is not covered.
It’s important to understand that there are many things that can happen to your claims and that they are not covered by your insurance if you lose your insurance and are injured.
For the sake of my readers, I’ll only be talking about the most common situations where people lose their insurance coverage: You’re injured on your way to work or at your workplace when you’re at your desk or at home when you aren’t.
You are driving while you are driving.
You have a minor injury.
You accidentally fall from your chair while you aren, say, reading a book or reading a magazine.
If all of these scenarios occur, you might be in the position of being in a position where your insurance does not cover your injuries, even though your insurance claim is a “true” loss.
You will need to find a lawyer to get you settled on the insurance claim, or at least negotiate a settlement.
In the meantime, the lawsuit may continue for years.
This case study will demonstrate that it is important to get a lawyer involved to get your claim resolved.
You’ll need to contact an attorney to negotiate a deal and get you paid out of your lost coverage.
This attorney will be able help you navigate your claim process.
As an example, I recently had a lawyer represent me in a slip- and fall