What little white lies do tell in a personal injury case

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Honesty is the best policy. And it's never good to throw out an old adage if it's true. Of course, it may seem obvious not to tell an outright lie in court, it may not be as clear to keep quiet with your neighbor. Insurance companies have great resources, and they can spare the expense to exhaust them. And if you simply can't remember clearly, it's OK not to answer. Read more about why it's better not to lie.

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