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Ranken, Shnider & Taylor, Attorneys at Law

What to Know Before an Insurance Adjuster Calls

If you have been injured in an automobile accident, you might experience a great deal of stress and anxiety. The situation can become even more stressful when you start getting calls from an insurance adjuster.  However, before you pick up the phone and speak with an insurance adjuster, it is crucial to understand your rights and know what you should and should not say during the conversation.
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Ranken, Shnider & Taylor, Attorneys at Law

Why You Should Seek Medical Attention After a Car Accident

If you’ve ever been in a car accident, you know what a stressful experience it can be, not only for you but for your loved ones as well. This is especially true if you’ve been injured. In Hawaii, there are an average of 416 accidents each year that result in serious injuries, according to the 2020 State Highway Safety Report. It can be difficult in the minutes, hours, and days following an accident to know exactly what you should be doing.
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Ranken, Shnider & Taylor, Attorneys at Law

Do I Still Have a Case If I Was a Victim in a Hit & Run?

Every year, many people are injured or killed in hit-and-runs in Hawaii and across the United States. Statistics from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety indicate that there were about 737,100 hit-and-run crashes in the United States in 2015, causing 138,500 injuries and 1,819 fatalities.
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Anthony Ranken & Associates

What Factors Determine the Viability of A Personal Injury Claim?

There are three things we need to factor in to prove you have a viable personal injury case, negligence, causation, and damages. Negligence means the legal liability of the other side for their conduct. We need to show it was not just an accident, but it was due to something the other party did wrong.
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Anthony Ranken & Associates

How Does the Process of Bail Work in Hawaii?

The process of bail is set automatically by a schedule the police have based on the level of the offense. You can post cash bail, or you can post a bond by going through a bond company, or bondsmen.
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