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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 & Higgins free of charge.
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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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Key Questions to Ask Your Car Accident Attorney

If you have been injured in a car accident, it is important to prepare a list of questions for your initial consultation with a car accident attorney to ensure that you hire a qualified attorney and are compensated for your losses. The experienced attorneys at Lipkin and Higgins are well qualified to help represent your interests and to make sure that you are adequately compensated for your pain and suffering.
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Steps to Take After a Hit and Run Car Accident

Have you been involved in a hit and run car accident in Illinois? There are a number of steps that should be taken. Learn more from the personal injury attorneys of Lipkin & Higgins
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Texting and Driving in Illinois

Know your rights and the laws for texting and driving in Illinois to protect yourself, your passengers and fellow motorists on the road.
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Orthopedic Doctors Specialized in Care & Treatment of Traumatic Injuries

Guide to selecting an Illinois orthopedic doctor if you have suffered broken bones, torn ligaments or tendons, herniated discs or other injuries caused by an accident.
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