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Lawyers on Call: July 26th

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(WBNG) -- Tom Schimmerling of Schimmerling Injury Law joins Around the Tiers to discuss almost injuries.

Can you sue someone for what might've happened to you?

"No, you really can't make a claim against someone for something that might've happened," Personal Injury Lawyer Tom Schimmerling said. "I call these situations almost injuries or you know I could've been killed sitatuions--but unless someone has suffered an actual harm of some kind there really isn't the basis for making a claim."

To reach out to Tom Schimmerling, visit the Schimmerling Injury Law website here.

Steph Shtoyko

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