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Pennsylvania Mutual Life Insurance Co. has struck a $110 million settlement with a class of policyholders who alleged the company breached its obligations by improperly withholding surplus funds rather than distributing them as dividends, bringing to a close a five-year-old suit in federal court.
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Your initial contact with a personal injury law office is a two-way street. They will interview you about the facts and circumstances surrounding your accident and injuries so see if this is something they can and want to help you with. At the same time, you will be interviewing them in order to decide if you have enough confidence in this attorney and/or his or her office that you want them to represent you. The exact nature of the process varies dependent on the attorney and/or firm. - When you first call in, many firms/offices do an initial screening, often...
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