Law Office Of Sam Jurban February 2018

ALWAYS Speak to a Lawyer BEFORE FILING AN INSURANCE CLAIM

N obody expects to file an insurance claim; companies have two goals: 1) collecting premiums and 2) minimizing their payout on claims. If you find yourself in a position to file a claim, it is highly recommended that you speak with an experienced attorney so you can better prepare yourself to fight against lowball offers and improper denials. When filing a claim, there’s a good chance you will be dealing with an at-fault party’s insurance company.The most important thing to know is that you have rights and obligations, regardless of whether you are making a claim or maintaining your insurance coverage.You also have rights and obligations in regard to the information you may be required to share with an insurance company. Another important obligation arises anytime a person is involved in an automobile accident in the state of Florida. If you are filing a claim for injuries related to an automobile accident in Florida, you have an obligation to regardless, claims are made every single day. Those who have filed will tell you that insurance

seek medical treatment within 14 days from the date of the crash. If you do not seek medical treatment within 14 days, you could lose a minimum of $10,000 in Florida “no- fault” benefits you would otherwise be entitled to. Often, consumers find themselves giving up valuable information they never had to share in the first place. Insurance representatives are skilled at obtaining information from you that can be used against you in your claim.That’s why it’s so important to hire an insurance claims lawyer.They can advise you on what information to share and what information to withhold.Your lawyer’s job is to ensure that your rights as a consumer are protected. Low payouts and claim denials help save insurance companies millions of dollars.The only way to protect your rights as a consumer is to retain an experienced insurance claims attorney to represent you. If you need help filing an insurance claim or if your claim has been denied, call us today at (904) 360-6100. Don’t give in! Get the help you need today.

TAKE A BREAK BACON-WRAPPED TATER TOT BOMBS

Sure, your showoff pal can wrap a tater tot with a piece of bacon and call it “The Daniel,” but you can take it a step further. Prepare a couple batches of these savory snacks for your Super Bowl party or the next family get-together. Snag a few for yourself before they disappear!

Wintery Appalachian Pass

Ingredients

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2 cups frozen tater tots, defrosted

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1/4 cup brown sugar

1 ounce sharp cheddar, cut into 1/4-inch squares

1 tablespoon chopped parsley

4 slices bacon, quartered

Directions

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Heat oven to 400 F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside. Press a cheese square into each tot, then wrap with a piece of bacon. Dredge each tot in brown sugar.

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Place tots seam side down on baking sheet. Bake for 20–25 minutes, using metal tongs to turn halfway through. Garnish with parsley, if desired, and serve immediately.

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South Carolina Off-Road Adventure

Recipe inspired by ThisGrandmaIsFun.com.

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