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Blog Posts in 2012

What is MedPay?

Included in most car insurance policies is a type of protection called Medical Payments, which is commonly referred to as MedPay. This is an often overlooked portion of the policy. It is designed to ...
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Settlement for Medical Malpractice Victim

Plaintiff, a forty-year old man, was injured in a jet-ski accident. During the accident, the plaintiff sustained a fracture of his shin bone. Following the accident, plaintiff was taken to a local ...
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$100,000 Settlement for Injured Mulvey Law Client

Last week, a Mulvey, Cornell & Mulvey client received a $100,000 settlement for injuries he sustained in a car accident on October 8, 2011 in Raymond, NH. As our client proceeded down Nottingham ...
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Injured Mulvey Law Client Obtains $45,000 Settlement

Recently, Mulvey, Cornell & Mulvey obtained a $45,000 settlement for a client that was injured in a car accident in Hampton, NH. On October 29, 2011 our client approached the toll booth on ...
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Mulvey Law Client Injured in Motorcycle Accident Settles for $45,000

A Mulvey, Cornell & Mulvey Client that was injured in a motorcycle accident recently received a settlement of $45,000. Our client was driving his motorcyle down Route 1 South in Seabrook, NH when ...
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