Injury Claim Coach Editorial Process

When dealing with a personal injury claim, you need to be confident in the choices you make and the information that helps you make them. That’s why it’s important for us to explain to you how we create and manage our content.

We strive to provide the highest-quality, well-researched content to educate and empower our visitors. This includes breaking down complex legal concepts, avoiding jargon, and presenting information in a way that’s easy for the average person to understand.

Our contributing writers are licensed attorneys and other industry professionals with decades of experience. They know their field and care about providing current, accurate, and reliable information to our readers.

We want to provide the information you need to make good choices and navigate the claims process with the least stress possible, so you can focus on getting your life back.

Free Educational Content (ICC) is a free educational website designed to teach injury victims what they need to know about the personal injury claims process. Information is written and/or reviewed by experienced attorneys but is not a substitute for personalized legal advice.

Readers should always consult with a local personal injury attorney. Read our User Agreement for more information.

Our Voice and Style

Traditional legal writing can be confusing, impersonal, long-winded, and full of jargon. We want to make the law understandable to a general audience.

Our writers strive to communicate in a friendly, approachable style, while also conveying their authority in the legal field. We want readers to feel like they’re talking to a friend, who also happens to be a lawyer.

References, Sources, and Citations

ICC writers and editors strive to ensure that all facts and statements included in our content are accurate.

Statutory guidelines, case law, statistical information, and other references provided for the benefit of our readers are derived from public information sources. These include government organizations, public and private universities, law journals, and other professional institutions.

Sources are linked in-line throughout the written content.

Legal Review Process

Certain pages on ICC undergo a review process to ensure the information on the page is accurate and current. This legal review is conducted by a licensed attorney, in addition to the author.

The reviewing attorney checks to confirm all statutes are correct as of the date of the review, the referenced sources are current, and all legal information and recommendations are accurate and reliable.

Content Corrections

We make every effort to ensure our content is accurate, but as state laws are constantly changing, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of all content on ICC at all times.

We will promptly correct any information we learn to be in error. Please notify us if you believe any content on ICC is outdated or incorrect. Requests for corrections or removal of any portion of ICC content will be considered on an individual basis.

Published ICC content is periodically updated and revised.

Contributing Writers

Our contributing writers are primarily attorneys, in good standing before the bar, or retired with no disciplinary action. Most of our writers have decades of experience practicing law.

Other writers with subject-specific expertise, such as claims adjusters, must also be in good standing and have extensive experience in handling bodily injury claims.

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