9 Ways To Avoid Getting Duped By Insurance Company Settlement Tactics

Every now and then, not often, but once in a while, you run across a truly outstanding informational resource online.

An authoritative, in-depth, well-researched, and well-written piece that was put together by an obvious industry expert.

It’s the kind of thing you bookmark so you’ll always know right where to find it when the day comes that you just might need it.

That is exactly the type of information that TriMark Legal Funding likes to provide for our clients and visitors every day.

What follows is a tremendous article by Portland Attorney Travis Mayor.

Travis launched his legal career at a large personal injury insurance defense firm in Oregon. Travis negotiated on behalf of clients in both state and federal court. As an insurance defense attorney, Travis gained a wealth of valuable experience and meaningful insight into how the insurance industry defends itself in personal injury claims. Then he leveraged this experience and opened his own personal injury firm in Portland, Oregon.

Travis’ insight is invaluable to his clients in Portland, but TriMark serves a nationwide clientele. With the exception of where Travis cites Oregon statutes, we felt that this article could be highly beneficial to personal injury victims throughout the United States, so we are featuring it here.

Ten illegal interview questions and how to respond to them

Interviews can be an intimidating experience. Obviously, you want to impress the person who’s interviewing you, and sometimes it’s easy to forget that you, as a potential employee, also have the right to ask questions or raise concerns if a boundary has been crossed. You may not know this, but there are certain questions a potential employer is legally unable to ask you during an interview. That surely doesn’t stop some folks from trying, though, so it’s important to know what some of those questions are, and how you should respond if it happens during an interview!

Here are ten illegal interview questions you have every right not to answer