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Free and good information has never been easy to come by. This is especially true when it comes to finding direction in your personal injury case and getting some quality legal information. The average personal injury attorney is going to push a pen and paper your way, giving you no room to breathe and expecting you to sign them on in a heartbeat. This isn't only poor salesmanship, but more importantly it's not fair to someone such as yourself that is fresh out of a car wreck or even a hospital bed. Things are already unpleasant enough, the last thing you need is someone hunting you down with their service.

Odds are, this is the best time for some truth about how you should handle your personal injury case.  Want it for free? BenGlassLaw has a number of hugely popular consumer guides that may fit your needs.

Your will be able to learn about the following:

  1. Long-term disability claims and ERISA claims
  2. Car accident
  3. Personal injury
  4. Social security claims
  5. Avoiding attorney advertising tricks
  6. How to find and hire the best attorney for your case

Every good board certified personal injury attorney should have a package they can send you with all of the information you'll need. Make sure you grab this before you get in your car and go talk with anyone. There's always a chance you might not have a case to begin with!

Before you grab your copy of my book, there's just one catch: ordering one of these books does NOT make you a client of BenGlassLaw.  This is just a way for you to educate yourself about your predicament and no credit card or shipping costs are required.

If you want to contact BenGlassLaw to hire Fairfax attorney Ben Glass, you can call the office at (703)584-7277.  Again, this doesn't automatically make you a client of BenGlassLaw.

You can order a FREE copy our free consumer guide, The Five Deadly Sins That Can Wreck Your Injury Claim, to learn more about personal injury claims in Virginia by following this link.

If you have a question for Ben, you can submit it confidentially online at JustAskBenGlass.com.