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    #1

    personal-injury

    It's an ad from a personal-injury lawyer.

    What does this mean? Thanks.

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    Re: personal-injury

    Personal injury lawyers sue for damages on behalf of clients who have had an accident. Usually they do it on the basis of "no win, no fee", and take a percentage of any damages awarded by the court if the case succeeds.


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    Re: personal-injury

    Thanks, Anglika.

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