Lincoln Financial Group Introduces Innovative Motor Vehicle Accident  Coverage

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Caraccidents often result in significant and unforeseen costs ranging from carinsurance deductibles and car repairs to costly medical bills. With theLincoln Motor Vehicle Accident Rider, employees can receive an additionalcash benefit to help them deal with those unexpected expenses. The rider isnow available for new groups for July 1, 2014 and beyond effectivedates. Thousands of people are in accidents each year, and this coverageprovides peace of mind to help cover the unanticipated costs that resultfrom the accident Accidents happen, but motor vehicle accidents, although common,have never been specifically covered as an accident insurance rider untilnow, said Eric Reisenwitz, Senior Vice President, Group ProtectionUnderwriting, Product and Operations, Lincoln Financial Group.Lincoln is proud to be the leader in being able to offer this vitalcoverage to new groups, said Reisenwitz. After a car accident, individuals and families can potentially facecostly vehicle repairs and medical bills. This rider helps fill the gap forunplanned expenses by providing an additional benefit if the insured isinjured in a covered motor vehicle accident. Thousands of people arein accidents each year, and this coverage provides peace of mind to helpcover the unanticipated costs that result from the accident, saidReisenwitz. We understand life happens and thats why we haveoffered this unique product. We will continue to look for ways to bestserve the needs of group employees everywhere, said Reisenwitz. Key features and value-added services: Can cover employee, spouse, children and family. The plan is portable;employees can keep the plan after leaving a job. Guaranteed renewablepolicy.
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If you feel that you need to file a personal injury lawsuit after an auto accident, you are strongly encouraged to engage the services of a qualified auto accident attorney. He or she has the expertise and knowledge to file this type of lawsuit, negotiate with defendants and their insurance companies, and advocate for your rights in court if necessary. Ginnis & Krathen has compiled years of experience in litigating auto accident lawsuits. The firm has an excellent track record of securing monetary settlements and judgments for their clients whose lives have been adversely affected by an auto accident. If you have been injured in an auto accident caused by the negligence or recklessness of someone else, contact Ginnis & Krathen at 954-905-4600 for a free, in-person consultation, or visit the firm’s website at to set up an appointment with an attorney. About Ginnis & Krathen, P.A. Ginnis & Krathen, P.A. is a personal injury law firm that assists clients in Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Broward County, Miami-Dade County, and throughout South Florida. Their highly qualified attorneys are skilled in all areas of negligence, including auto accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, slip-and-fall accidents, and product liability cases. Ginnis & Krathen prides itself on providing personal attention, straightforward answers to questions, and superior legal representation in your individual case.
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Lance Buddy Franklin involved in car crash with four cars in Sydney | Mail Online

Nina has a microchip, making it possible to positively identify her, but her fear after the accident most likely kept her away from people. Not just dozens but hundreds, even thousands, of print and television media pieces spread like wildfire, and the hunt for Nina was on. Luke Macner lost his cell phone in the crash and his car was totaled, but the loss did not stop there. He also suffered damage to his prosthetic leg, wheelchair, and, of course, he lost his new best friend. Nina was meant to serve as his new wheelchair service dog, and Macner tearfully told news crews Im lost without [her]. And so it was cause for celebration when an HSTB representative informed this author that Nina appears to have been found. Apparently a woman found a dog fitting her description just one half-mile from the crash site on Saturday night, April 19, 2014. It wasnt until the woman saw the news on Monday, April 21, 2014, that she realized who the four-legged girl in her home must be and called with the good news. Nina will be transported to HSTB to be checked for injuries tomorrow morning, April 22, 2014. Although the final verification has not yet come in, all indications are that Nina has been found. No word yet on whether the woman will be collecting the one thousand dollar reward HSTB began offering over the weekend for Ninas safe return.
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Salma Hayek’s Brother’s Car Crash — Cops May Recommend Manslaughter Prosecution |

In a nightmarish series of events, the Cardinal Wiseman School pupil was trapped in the car on Dorchester Way for a horrifying ninety minutes. When she was released, doctors at Coventrys University Hospital found they were not able to save her leg. When Courtney and her father Alvin spoke to the Telegraph earlier this year, their story touched readers hearts. Fleur Sexton, managing director of PET-Xi – an educational training group in Coventry – still remembers reading about the Bell Green teenager. Fleur said: Courtneys so brave. My colleagues and I read that story and I can still remember the moment when doctors told her shed lost her leg. In the article, Courtney said, I cried for about three minutes, and then said, Can I get a new leg?. I just got on with it. I will never forget that its just inspirational. At that time, we were deciding in the office what to do with the money we had raised throughout the year through our foundation. We saw Courtneys story and instantly thought, Yes. She has got to have it. Courtney King-Wilson with the PET Xi Training team Courtneys father has been fundraising incessantly since his daughters accident because Courtney needs a range of new prosthetic legs as she grows.
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Buddy Franklin interviewed by police after Rose Bay car crash

Lance Franklin

“A Jeep that was travelling west along New South Head Road hit four parked vehicles,” a police spokesman said. In a spot of bother: Buddy Franklin. Photo: Getty Images “All four vehicles were damaged as a result of the crash.” Jesinta Campbell with her Jeep in December 2013. Photo: Rachel Murdolo The spokesman described the driver, who was the only person in the car, as a 27-year-old man from Bondi. He was not injured, but was interviewed by police. Photos from the scene, taken by Mr McDonald, show a row of several damaged cars after the crash. Police officers took a statement from Franklin and conducted roadside breath tests, which were negative. Franklin was not injured in the crash. “He was just hanging around,” Mr McDonald said. “He got recognised and he was trying to stay out of the light of the cameras.” Mr McDonald said Franklin was picked up from the scene by a friend. Franklin was signed by the Sydney Swans in October, for a nine-year contract worth $10 million, after almost a decade with Hawthorn. Buddy Franklin has just totalled three cars on New South Head road outside my place #buddyfranklin Craig McDonald (@CraigMcDonald2) April 23, 2014 It is not the first time the Perth boy has been involved in a car accident.
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Fort Lauderdale Car Accident Attorney Provides Advice on Accidents with Out of State Drivers

for manslaughter prosecution. LAPD got a search warrant — obtained by TMZ — which allowed them to root through the car Sami was driving — a 2006 Ford GT. Cops were zeroing in on a device called an RCM — restraint control module, which is like a black box for cars. Cops believe the RCM will confirm the stories of some eyewitnesses … that Sami gunned his car and lost control, which then caused him to fishtail over the center line and hit a car coming in the opposite direction. According to the search warrant, cops reveal they anticipate sending the case to the L.A. County D.A. for possible felony vehicular manslaughter prosecution. The legal docs don’t reveal the results of the RCM analysis. And, according to the search warrant, Salma and her husband OWN the car and he often drove it when they were out of town. Under California law, if the victim’s family sues, the registered owners could also be on the hook. Get TMZ Breaking News alerts to your inbox Yes! Also send me
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Coventry teenager who lost leg in car crash given £3k boost for new prosthetic limb – Coventry Telegraph

Courtney King-Wilson with the PET Xi Training team

The boyfriend of Jesinta Campbell allegedly drove along New South Head Road in Rose Bay, Sydney, when the incident occurred around 7.30pm. The 27-year-old was driving a black Jeep SUV believed to belong to his model and TV presenter partner, the same vehicle they were caught parking in a disabled spot in back in January. Car crash: The AFL player was driving the Jeep SUV he shares with girlfriend Jesinta Campbell when the accident occurred in Rose Bay, Sydney, on Wednesday night A male witness who first responded to the crash told MailOnline Franklin ‘collected’ four parked cars on New South Head road and ‘totalled’ the jeep he was driving in. ‘It was half up on the gutter, half on the road and facing in toward the footpath,’ he said. ‘It’s gone.’ The collision caused the airbags of the jeep Franklin was driving in to deploy. They said Franklin was traveling along and did not appear intoxicated. ‘He wasn’t drunk or anything, he was fine. He was giving police a statement and then he left eastbound.’ Star recruit: Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin has been an A-List acquisition for the Sydney Swans club, picture playing on April 19 Rose Bay resident Craig McDonald was on the scene and tweeted photos of accident, including images of the damaged Jeep and other vehicles involved.
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