Common mistakes Made after a car accident

An auto accident can result in painful injuries, some of which might be permanent. Fortunately, you can file an insurance claim, and may even have grounds to bring a car accident lawsuit to help offset costs like medical bills, lost wages, and your pain and suffering. Yet, the decisions and steps you take in the minutes, hours, and days after your auto accident can impact your eligibility for compensation or decrease the value of your claim.

Avoid these common mistakes after a car accident.

1. Not Calling Law Enforcement to the Scene of the Accident

Some accident victims do not call the police to respond to an accident. Sometimes they figure their car is still drivable, or the damage is so minor, why even bother? Unfortunately, New Jersey law requires you to report any traffic accident that involves extensive property damage over $500, bodily injury, or

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TCM|Strategic Comments on its Agreement to Acquire $53.5 Million of Digimarc Corporation Common and Convertible Preferred Equity

CORAL GABLES, Fla., Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — TCM|Strategic announced today it has agreed to acquire $53.5 million of common and convertible preferred equity in Digimarc Corporation (NASDAQ: DMRC).  For more details on the transaction, please see today’s press release from Digimarc.

TCM|Strategic’s decision to make this investment was the result of two conclusions:

  • The Legacy Business and the Growth Business are each worth more today than the current enterprise value of the entire company.
  • The Growth Business has not only the opportunity but also the high likelihood of being worth significantly more in the future.

For those interested, this deck contains detailed work in support of these points.

This financing provides Digimarc with enough capital to ensure the continued acceleration of growth in the Barcode business.  Furthermore, it should be sufficient to fund the company through profitability, even assuming the most conservative macro and micro scenarios. 

Therefore, we

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Common Abbreviations and Definitions for Car Monitors and Auto Electronics

A quick guide for beginners to the common abbreviations associated with car monitors or auto electronics entertainment systems.

The so called car DVD monitor system has gained incredible popularity mainly due to enthusiasts of “car modding” or “suped cars” – so as you might expect with anything that combines hobbyist enthusiasts with cool gadgets, there’s a fair bit of jargon to sort through especially if you are a car audio monitor newbie.

* Changer – a CD changer; a device which holds several CDs and plays them on demand without having to eject or manually sort discs. Needless to say you can now get DVD changers too.

* Crossover – a device that limits the range of frequencies sent to different speakers.

* DIN – it basically stands for “Deutsches Institutar Normung” (DIN, the German Institute for Standardization), similar to ISO. The relevance for car DVD systems is that DIN … Read More

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4 Most Common Extraordinary Automobile Accidents Circumstances

In some situations, auto accident litigation may be a relatively simple type of case. But it can become much more complicated in cases involving substantial injuries with questionable insurance coverage limits on the other vehicle. The following article will discuss 4 main extraordinary circumstances that can often add complex issues to an already emotional and physically painful time following an accident. However, understanding these 4 situations can help make the aftermath of an auto accident and its subsequent injuries a much smoother experience.

Leased Cars

Not only is the operator of the at-fault vehicle responsible to anyone injured in an auto accident, but the owner of the vehicle is also responsible. The owner is responsible for the negligence of the operator, when that operation occurs with the permission of the owner. This is extremely important when the vehicle at fault is leased.

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