Car Accident Got You Feeling a Little Less Than Lucky?

Good luck, four-leaf clovers, and overflowing pots of gold…these are just a few things we associate with St. Patrick's Day.

But if you have been injured in a car accident you did not cause, you may be feeling a little less than lucky.

 

You may be asking yourself…

  • Who will pay for my losses?
  • Who will repair or replace my car?
  • Am I responsible for all of these bills?
  • Am I being taken advantage of?
  • Do I need a lawyer?

Most of all, you’re probably thinking, I could use that pot of gold right about now.”

 

My book, Sharing the Secrets, Learning the Lies: A Guide to Florida Personal 

Injury is packed with golden nuggets of powerful information
My book reveals 37 secrets and 19 lies about injury law and car accidents and has a five-star  rating on Amazon.com.
 

 

From my book you will learn… 

  • The ONE THING you must do within 14 days of your accident (page 42)
  • The two most important factors in determining case value (page 10)
  • How to understand what your insurance will and will not cover (chapter 3)
  • 6 critical steps you must take after an accident (page 65)
  • Why you should not trust the insurance company’s repair shop (page 72)
  • How to choose the right doctor (chapter 5)
  • A claim you could make against your own insurance company if your car is damaged, but not totaled (page 86)
  • The secrets to getting a fair settlement (chapter 10)
  • An 8-step breakdown of the normal process for lawsuits (page 109)
  • The one 4-letter word that might cost you (chapter 12)
  • How to start gathering the most important evidence you need (page 75)
  • …and more!

All of this information, valued at $16.95 is yours –absolutely free! You won’t even have to pay for shipping. 

 

Change your luck around and request your copy here. You have nothing to lose and a pot of gold to gain.

 

The first 10 people will get a bonus Special Report and CD! 
 

This offer is only good until March 17th so don't wait! Request your copy now. 


Sincerely, 
 

 

 

 

Photo Credit: JD Hancock (CC by 2.0)

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