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Unboxing del Moto G8 y G8 Power

Unboxing del Moto G8 y G8 Power

Unboxing del Moto G8 y G8 Power

l Moto G8 y G8 Power, dos teléfonos un tanto parecidos y con buenas especificaciones, salen de su caja con nuevo diseño.

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El teléfono con la MEJOR BATERÍA de 2020 te sorprenderá

El teléfono con la MEJOR BATERÍA de 2020 te sorprenderá

El teléfono con la MEJOR BATERÍA de 2020 te sorprenderá

[Top 5] Comparamos los celulares más caros del momento en pruebas de laboratorio y el resultado te dejará boquiabierto.

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Mira cómo doblamos el nuevo Motorola Razr casi 28,000 veces

Mira cómo doblamos el nuevo Motorola Razr casi 28,000 veces

Mira cómo doblamos el nuevo Motorola Razr casi 28,000 veces

Tenemos el Motorola Razr en nuestras manos y lo hemos puesto a prueba, en directo. Hasta el límite. Lo dejamos en manos del famoso FoldBot durante unas cuantas horas para ver cuántas veces resistía que lo doblaran.

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Huawei FreeBuds 3: Probamos su cancelación de ruido

Huawei FreeBuds 3: Probamos su cancelación de ruido

Huawei FreeBuds 3: Probamos su cancelación de ruido

Los audífonos de Huawei se escuchan bien, tienen cancelación de ruido y no son tan caros como los AirPods Pro de Apple, además tienen un app ideal para usarlos con celulares Android.

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What is liability insurance?


Liability insurance – sometimes called “third-party” insurance or “barely legal” insurance – is the minimum automobile insurance required under the law in California. If you have only liability coverage, this means your insurance will cover insurance claims made by others – also known as third parties – if you are found responsible for an automobile accident. However, this kind of insurance will generally not cover claims made by you, even if you were not at fault. This is why it is important to get what is often called comprehensive coverage – including uninsured motorist (“UM”) coverage – so that you will be covered if the following occurs: (1) you are not at fault but the other driver does not have adequate insurance to pay for repairs or medical bills; (2) you are not at fault but the other driver’s insurance disputes liability, delaying settlement; or (3) you are found to be at fault for the accident but need to repair your vehicle and/or pay for medical care. If you have any doubts about your insurance coverage while dealing with an accident, it is best to consult a knowledgeable attorney right away, so you know how to proceed.

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When should I sue after a car accident?


Filing a lawsuit is a big step that carries with it many consequences. While the statute of limitations in California for such lawsuits is generally two years, experienced attorneys should get to work on your case right away by giving written notice of your accident claim to the at-fault driver’s insurance. Most auto accident claims are resolved through negotiation with insurance providers before resorting to expensive and time-consuming lawsuits. If you have questions about the timing of a lawsuit and how to protect your rights, please contact one of our experienced attorneys today to discuss your options.

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How do insurance companies calculate car accident settlements?


There are different kinds of damages that exist for automobile accident claims. Most damages fall into two main categories: (1) Special Damages and (2) General Damages. Special damages include any specific costs incurred as a result of the injury, such as bills for medical care and prescription medication, as well as costs in repairing your property (usually your vehicle). Special damages may also include future costs that are reasonably anticipated, such as additional medical treatment. Special damages can also include lost wages from work that was missed due to your injury or other out-of-pocket costs. When calculating special damages, most insurance companies will not only look at the costs incurred from medical treatment and damage to property but will also compare those costs to determine if they are in the same range as what others charge for similar services.
Alternatively, general damages cover damages for “pain and suffering” or psychological trauma that results from the injury; these damages are real and are allowed under the law, even if they don’t have an obvious dollar amount. General damages are notoriously difficult to calculate, but most insurance companies (and other attorneys) will compare with the general damages that have been awarded in similar cases as a comparison.
In order to make sure that you are seeking the appropriate damages and are not limiting compensation available from an automobile accident, it is important that you consult with an experienced personal injury attorney right away.

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