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Matthew Dubin
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Please share this review of my book. If any of you would be inclined to let me guest blog using an excerpt of the book, that would be most appreciated.
 
#Book Review of #MaximizingYourInjuryClaim from #ReadersFavorite - https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/maximizing-your-injury-claim

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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...
Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite 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 ...
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I am so excited to share my experience and knowledge regarding insurance coverage and the injury claims process. This book is essential reading for anyone who drives or who wants to protect their family from the potentially devastating consequences of an unexpected injury. Available now for pre-order on Amazon with an expected mid-June release date. 

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Hey...next time put the book title in 1st line.  I almost skipped this post
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I am so excited to share my experience and knowledge regarding insurance coverage and the injury claims process. This book is essential reading for anyone who drives or who wants to protect their family from the potentially devastating consequences of an unexpected injury. Available now for pre-order on Amazon with an expected mid-June release date. 
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Great review. Remember, my book isn't just for people who have been in an accident. This book contains important information on how to optimize your insurance coverage BEFORE you are in an accident and teaches you what to do at the scene of a wreck. This book is for anyone who drives, walks or uses public transit.
 
#Book Review of #MaximizingYourInjuryClaim from #ReadersFavorite - https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/maximizing-your-injury-claim

Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite

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...
Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite 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 ...
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Check out our latest newsletter. Get a sneak peek at my new book and check out our new TV ad.

Happy Memorial Day everybody!
After nearly 3 years of work, my book is almost here. We are making the final reviews of the PDF before it goes to the printer and gets converted to ebook formats. It is scheduled for a June 15 release. This book is intended to offer everyone the benefit of my twenty years of experience in ...
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I am so excited to share my experience and knowledge regarding insurance coverage and the injury claims process. This book is essential reading for anyone who drives or who wants to protect their family from the potentially devastating consequences of an unexpected injury. Available now for pre-order on Amazon with an expected mid-June release date. 
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Navigating your injury claim is a lot like camping with bears. Having an experienced guide at your side can make all the difference.pp
A few years ago, before our son was born, my wife and I took an extended trip to Alaska. We visited my friend in Anchorage, did some salmon fishing...
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How do you navigate the aftermath of an accident? How do you protect yourself and your family while avoiding the hidden pitfalls that await you? Having a trained and experienced guide can take the mystery out of the process and let you focus on healing your injuries and getting life back to normal.
If you've been in an accident, what is the first thing you should do? Who should you speak to and who should you never speak to? Are there any documents...
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I just competed in Supafly Speed Trials! I came 1st in my NISSAN SILVIA (S15)!

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Best real estate in Seattle. Fun for the kids with a beach, slides, swings, trains, and occasional appearances by Bubble Man. Great for the adults with the most beautiful view in Seattle
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Dr. Devine is amazing. Not only does he do super adjustments, but he explains how what he is doing helps you. He is not interested only in the spine, but in your total well being. In addition to chiropractic adjustments, he is an expert in exercises and supplements to help you be as healthy as you can be. He is a true healer and I give him my highest recommendation.
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Dr. Speidel took a substantial deposit from me for massage and chiropractic treatment in Seattle, then abruptly closed his doors and filed for bankruptcy. Despite an email indicating I would be paid back, it is clear he had no intention of reimbursing me for my payment. Be very careful about prepaying for services from this doctor. You may not get what you pay for.
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