Injury Advice

When you’ve been injured in an accident or due to the negligence or wrongful conduct of others, it can be hard to know where to turn. Finding the right information can be a challenge, and it’s a challenge that the personal injury lawyers at Lipkin & Apter understand. We have created a number of personal injury advice resources to assist those needing more information. The information provided here is to be used for informational purposes only and not as legal advice. For more information, please contact Lipkin & Apter.

Uninsured / Underinsured Automobile Insurance - What You Need To Know About Your Auto Insurance Policy

Face it, most people don’t read each sentence in their auto insurance policy. Even if they did, they would not necessarily understand all of the terms and language contained in the policy.

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Work Related Knee Problems, Accident Injury & Treatment Resource Center

Learn more about the structure of the knee, tests of various injuries, and videos to better understand your knee injury. If you believe your injury is work related or the result of an accident or negligence, feel free to contact the personal injury attorneys at Lipkin & Apter free of charge.
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Low Back and Neck Pain Treatment Relief Options

Low back and neck pain are among the most common complaints of everyday life. Learn the facts about low back and neck injuries and see treatment videos provided by the personal injury lawyers of Lipkin & Apter.
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What Are Your Options When IME Disputes Your Doctor’s Recommendations?

An Independent Medical Exam (IME) is an opportunity for the employer to have you examined by a doctor of their choosing. But the IME doctor is not going to engage you in a doctor-patient relationship. And they may not agree with the treating doctor. Here are your options.
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Workers' Compensation Benefits Defined

In order for an employee to receive workers compensation benefits, including (medical, disability and permanency benefits) an injury must arise out of his or her employment. That means that the employee must be subjected to a condition of his or her employment that created or constituted an increased risk of injury beyond members of the general public. What constitutes an increased risk of injury is a hotly contested topic and the subject of a significant amount of litigation.
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Why Medical Bills From Your Car Accident Should be Submitted to Your Group Health Insurance

You’re involved in a car accident caused by another driver’s negligence. Your leg is broken. You need surgery. In a couple of weeks you begin physical therapy to increase the strength and range of motion in your leg. Therapy lasts four months. The medical bills start coming in. You begin to receive collection letters seeking payment of your medical bills. What should you do?
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