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Maximizing Your Injury Claim: Simple Steps To Protect Your Family After An Accident is a non-fiction self-help book written by Matthew D. Dubin. The author does not show you how to pursue your own injury claim; rather his book is designed to instruct the reader on personal injury actions, discuss legal representation and illustrate the steps necessary to get fair compensation when you're injured. He recommends that drivers take a second look at the insurance they're carrying on their vehicles, and he gives recommendations for minimum coverage amounts. He explains why this is crucially important and how your PIP coverage can help pay for medical bills after an injury, whether you are in your car or not. Dubin discusses what you should and should not do at the scene of an accident, and then shows you what to expect and do at each step in the process of resolving your claim. He also demonstrates what you can and should expect from the lawyer you select to pursue your claim.
Matthew D. Dubin's educational self-help book, Maximizing Your Injury Claim: Simple Steps To Protect Your Family After An Accident, describes the entire compensation process starting from even before you have that accident or injury. His discussion on insurance coverage had me double-checking my policy and considering whether I should go for more coverage. I really appreciated his cautions on speaking to claims adjusters right after an accident. Most people feel there's nothing to hide or to lose from an honest question and answer session and are eager to get things going, but the author shows how this can work against your best interests. Dubin discusses legal representation and how he feels that a personal injury lawyer's job is to take care of the details while you get better. He discusses an attorney's obligations and what a client should expect from his or her counsel. I was most impressed with this informative and helpful book. Dubin clarifies a convoluted and often confusing legal process, and he does so in language and with anecdotal examples that are written with the layperson in mind. Maximizing Your Injury Claim: Simple Steps To Protect Your Family After An Accident is most highly recommended.