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Alternative Dispute Resolution Techniques: Mediation

Not all cases are decided in court. Dana Brooks explains one of the alternative dispute resolution techniques used by lawyers to resolve cases, mediation. Mediation is when two parties use a neutral third party to find a resolution that both sides can live with. Give us a call today to discuss your personal injury case!

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How to Settle a Case Pt. 3: Proposal for Settlement

Jimmy Fasig continues his series on “How To Settle a Case” with the ‘Settlement Proposal’. He explains how the proposal is sent to the opposing party and the court is notified of the complaint. If the proposal is rejected then the case continues to trial where the judgement will be made.

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Settlements

Dana Brooks explains the importance of getting sound legal advice before accepting the initial settlement that insurance companies will often offer after an ‘accident’. Once you sign the settlement agreement there is no going back, so it is imperative that you receive professional legal advice from lawyers with years of experience in this field. Give […]

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Jimmy’s New Year Resolution System

With 2019 wrapping up, it’s important to focus on what lies ahead! Jimmy Fasig describes his system of creating meaningful New Year’s resolutions that you can stay faithful to for the entire year.

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How to Settle a Case Pt. 2: Litigation

Partner Jimmy Fasig continues his two-part series explaining the litigation process. Here he explains the process in which a case is filed through the court. Often times it takes leverage from both the court and a possible jury trial for the insurance companies to take the complaint seriously. Give Fasig | Brooks a call today […]

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Tort Reform

Partner Dana Brooks explains how insurance companies, chamber of commerce, and legislature use tort reform to limit their liability and damages at the end of the day. Our job at Fasig | Brooks is to always get you the amount that you deserve. Give us a call today to discuss your case!

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