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April 2014

 We want to thank all of you who take the time to read the newsletters we are sending and we hope that you are finding the information beneficial.
At Tindall Law Firm, LLC we enjoy sharing valuable tips regarding the law; offering articles on hot issues in the law; commenting on topics of interest; and helping you navigate the tricky world of the law, which is ever changing.  
At any time if you have any questions on any of the materials you find in our newsletter or any other legal issues, please do not hesitate to contact me. If there is any legal issue of interest that you would like to see addressed in our newsletter, please let us know.
We value your feedback very much. We treasure our clients very much and we aim to treat each of you as a member of our family and with a commitment to excellence, zealous advocacy on your behalf, and quality service. 
All the best, 
Attorney Tavis Tindall

Tips from Tindall
Road Hazards: Important Tips to stay safe when you are on the side of the road 



Though you are out of immediate traffic when you pull your vehicle over, this does not mean that you are safe from harm! According to AAA, over 600 pedestrians are killed while on highways in America annually.  Even more staggering is that over 18% of these pedestrians involved in some form of an auto accident were stranded on the side of a road with or in a disabled vehicle. Read More



 Frequently Asked Questions

 We decided to take some time and focus on some of the most frequent questions we are asked. 


Who is liable for the damage to my car for an accident that occurred while I was doing the errands in my car for the employer?


Ultimately the one who caused damage to your car is responsible for your damage. If another driver is at fault, then he or she would be responsible, hopefully through his or her insurance company.  If you caused the damage, then you are responsible under the collision portion of your insurance. If you incurred injuries, lost wages, medical bills and other losses and damages during the accident then you will have a claim for these losses against the at fault party's insurance. If this party did not have insurance, then you can make a claim against your own insurance under the uninsured motorist coverage you are required to have. Sometimes the employer's auto policy provides coverage for uninsured motorist even on your vehicle. If it was the company car, then the company will take care of the damages to the car, and likely go after the party who caused the damages to the company car. You will also have a concurrent Workmen's Compensation claim through your employer if you were injured while doing the work of the employer.

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At Tindall Law Firm we work hard for clients every day. We all want to see clients receive the justice and compensation they deserve. 
As a family-based business, our staff is close, and we extend that friendly, caring attitude to our clients. We treat our clients as if they are our own family and truly care about them as more than just a number.
It is this quality along with superior service and competent representation that has allowed us to become the "lawyer for life" for all of our clients and their families and friends to whom they refer us. 

Tavis Tindall
Tindall Law Firm

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