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Here’s to Happy Holidays from Cunnane Law

This time of year can be challenging, but we wish you the very best this holiday season.

This time of year can be challenging, but we wish you the very best this holiday season.

The holidays can be hard sometimes.

It is common, given our type of work, for the people we assist on a daily basis to find the holidays to be a trying time. This is especially true if you are ill, confined to a bed, or preoccupied with medical care and physical therapy.

We realize that not working can be stressful, leaving you to wonder what you will do.

It can be tough to imagine even “having” Christmas this year if you are out of work and your employer or insurance provider are making things even more difficult.

We understand that, which is the reason we are here to help.

We can offer you and your loved ones a little more piece of mind, even if we cannot guarantee that your problem will be resolved before the holiday season is through.

Being uncertain about what to do or what your alternatives are, particularly when dealing with a complex legal system, can be very stressful to say the least.

It also doesn’t help to experience times when your paycheck is unpredictable or to worry about how you’ll pay your medical expenditures.

We can provide you with our expertise and guidance while we help you with car accidents and long-term disability claims. In fact, that is what Cunnane Law in Edmonds is particularly good at.

We understand that you might be having a difficult time this year, more than ever, and our wish for you is for strength and peace and a happy holiday season surrounded by your loved ones.

Note: This information was provided not for any specific claim and is written in broad and general terms and may not be the right path to follow for a particular claim or case. This information is not intended to create an attorney client relationship. It is always best to receive direct legal counsel for your legal issues. It is never too early to call the attorney, but it can be too late.

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