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  • By: Richard Cassidy
  • Published: December 13, 2018
If you’ve been injured in a car wreck, most likely your car has been damaged too. For most people damage to the car is a secondary consideration. After all, even if your injuries are minor, pain gets and holds attention. Once the initial shock has passed, and your wounds have..... Read More
  • By: Richard Cassidy
  • Published: December 6, 2018
If none of the strategies described in our earlier posts are available to help you pay for your accident-related medical bills, there are three more strategies you might employ to get the care you need. Delaying Payment to the Providers In the old days, most doctors and hospitals provided care..... Read More
  • By: Richard Cassidy
  • Published: November 29, 2018
Third: PIP Insurance Most Vermont residents won’t have PIP (Personal Insurance Protection) as it usually sold in states that have a no-fault insurance system. But even here, some people buy it and it will cover your medical expenses up to the stated limits. You or your lawyer should read the..... Read More
  • By: Richard Cassidy
  • Published: November 22, 2018
The Best Source for Paying your Accident Related Medical Bills: Your Health Insurance Any good health insurance plan will cover most of your liability-related medical expenses, subject to your usual deductibles and co-pays. If another person is legally responsible for your injuries, your health insurer will expect to be paid..... Read More
  • By: Richard Cassidy
  • Published: November 15, 2018
If another party is at fault for your injuries, eventually that party (or more realistically, the at fault party’s liability insurance carrier), should end up paying your medical bills, and more. But unfortunately as is often the case timing is everything. It will take time to settle your case, and..... Read More
  • By: Richard Cassidy
  • Published: November 8, 2018
Getting proper medical treatment after an accident seems like a no-brainer. But lots of accident victims don’t do it, or don’t do it soon enough. Some victims don’t go because they are afraid of the expense. As we will see presently, that is penny-wise and pound foolish. Some don’t go,..... Read More
  • By: Richard Cassidy
  • Published: November 1, 2018
The operator of a motorized vehicle involved in an accident in Vermont resulting in a death, personal injury, or more than very slight property damage must file a report of the accident with the state. For motor vehicles, the reporting threshold is $3,000 or more. As to snowmobiles it is..... Read More
  • By: Richard Cassidy
  • Published: October 25, 2018
If you have an accident, you need to know what to do. Frankly, this is not rocket science and mostly it’s not about the law. But, it pays to have thought this through in advance. Take a moment if you can, regain your composure, and assess the situation. Think before..... Read More
  • By: Richard Cassidy
  • Published: October 8, 2018
Last post, we talked a bit about the importance of being prepared and First Aid training. Why do I do that? At Rich Cassidy Law we are serious about promoting safety because we have seen the devastating impacts of accidental injuries on human lives. If by promoting safety we could..... Read More
  • By: Richard Cassidy
  • Published: October 8, 2018
The highway is by no means the only place where people get hurt. It makes good sense to keep your home in good repair, to take a look around for potential safety hazards, and to take steps to correct any that you find. And believe it or not, texting while..... Read More

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