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There are other fascinating aspects of personal injury law that we will share with you in other areas. And whatever your condition is you find us, we truly hope that you will recover soon and that you will be treated fairly when it comes to reimbursement.
We readily agree that there are some (not many, but some) insurance companies who do the best they can to treat injured victims fairly. Just like every other thing in life, there are good ones and bad ones. Just like there are good plaintiffs and bad ones.
If you have been injured in an accident or your insurance claim has been denied, and if your injuries are just and truthful, and the defendant’s insurance company is treating you like you don’t exist, or worse, let our attorneys help you negotiate with your insurance company.
One true fact of personal injury law is this: insurance companies have little incentive to negotiate with non-attorneys or young lawyers who are all pep rally and no touchdowns. They have an experienced team of defense attorneys on retainer. Some of them are even on-staff (what does that tell you?). And they know how to run you (or your novice lawyer) through the grease. Nothing short of an experienced Texas personal injury lawyer stands a chance against them in court. And that’s where your opponents must know they’re headed if they don’t pay serious attention to you and your just, rightful injury claims.
We have seen numerous cases where people would threaten to file a lawsuit, but their insurance company just let them and then had their case dismissed because the victim didn’t know what he or she was doing: nor his “legal counsel.“
So if you or someone you love has suffered from an injury due to someone else’s negligence, the attorneys with our Law Firm stand ready to assist you and make certain that you get the fair justice and full damage reimbursement you deserve. We have been fighting for clients just like you for decades and have won thousands of personal injury damage claims and cases. We’ll do whatever it takes to help you, too.
Put our years of experience to work for you if you want to know what your rights are, how to proceed with your claim and how much compensation you can win from your personal injury case. Regardless of how it happened, we’ll answer all of your questions. Call our Law Firm now at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free) for a free consultation and find out how we can help you.
ABC News, and almost every other international news agency, has recently reported that former Chinese Communist Party Politburo member Bo Xi Lai has recently lost the appeal of his corruption conviction. As a result, his life sentence stands.
Most commentators, IPG Legal included, seem to agree that the charges brought against Mr. Bo were politically-motivated and the entire legal system in China, particularly as it relates to cases that may seriously affect China’s political or economic system, is still in large part controlled by the Chinese Communist Party.
I have myself observed a Chinese criminal court try and convict a man who had no access to a lawyer. The case involved a large company suing a private businessman for fraud. Before issuing her final ruling on the case, the judge went into a backroom where she consulted with Communist Party officials on how the case should be concluded. Unsurprisingly, the man was convicted, and even more unsurprisingly, the judge was quite frank about what she was doing in the backroom.
This was just one guy defrauding a mid-tier business… so, we can imagine what must be happening behind the scenes when something actually important comes along.
IPG Legal will keep you updated with more news about the case as it happens. We don’t think we’ve seen the last of Mr. Bo just yet.
To learn more about the case and read the article from ABC News see:
China Court Upholds Bo Xi Lai Conviction, Life Term.
IPG has seen great development in China over the past decade, but worries that many recent developments projects are occurring to quickly and without proposer feasibility studies. Opportunities abound in China, but the recent issues with retail and residential space notes an issue that can kick investors in the butt – China has a real estate bubble that may be ready to pop. The bubble may be bringing opportunities to the more creative investors.
The Financial Times has noted that:
- As crowds shouted and pushed for the latest iPhone in Beijing on Friday, a glitzy mall across the street was bathed in silence, with just a handful of shoppers hunting for bargains.
- The frenzy at the Apple store underscored the rise of the Chinese consumer, a development that analysts say is needed to support the global economy and make China’s growth more sustainable.
- But the empty SOHO complex cast a different light on what is happening in the world’s second-largest economy: consumption is rising, but not nearly as fast as vast shopping centres are being built.
- A boom in the number of malls without a matching increase in actual shopping gets to the heart of what analysts see as the fundamental problem of the Chinese economy: too much investment, too little consumption.
- “There was an exponential two or three years where record numbers of malls were built around the country,” said Frank Marriott, senior director for Asia at property consultant Savills. “It has to take a bit of a breather.”
- Within a half-hour walk from Beijing’s fashionable Sanlitun district, eight shopping complexes have opened in recent years. While one mall called the Village – home to the Apple store that was pelted with eggs on Friday – is bustling, many of the others are visibly struggling.
We will be posting articles, in the near future, for investors interested in capitalizing on the Chinese real estate bubble.