When you’re involved in a car accident, the last thing you want is for your insurance company to take advantage of you. Unfortunately, this can happen if there’s not enough evidence available to prove who was at fault for the crash. In order to avoid this problem and protect yourself from having your own claim investigated by an adjuster who might see things differently than you do (or worse yet: someone paid off by your insurance company), here are some tips on how best to cooperate with an investigation once it occurs: Read More
If you’ve been involved in a car accident, the last thing you want is to end up with the blame. But what happens when your insurance company disputes fault? How do you know if they’re right and whether or not there’s any chance of winning an appeal? In this article, we’ll explain all about how to dispute fault in a car accident case and why it may not be worth pursuing under certain circumstances. Read More
If you’ve been injured in a car crash, you may be wondering: how will my car accident settlement be affected by the insurance limits?
Insurance limits are a term that describes the maximum amount of money an insurance company will pay for damages to your car. The amount of money that is paid out depends on several factors including: Read More
You need to understand some basic concepts if you’ve ever been involved in a car accident and the other party was at fault. Each state has slightly different laws and rules regarding insurance and liability during a car accident. Most states hold the at-fault driver legally responsible for the resulting injuries and damage. That’s why you need to understand the following: Read More
After a mishap that was due to a commercial truck occurs, who would be responsible for the damages and expenses encountered because of it? In a typical accident involving two cars, the at fault driver is normally the one that is responsible for the expense of everything. The other driver needs to file for damages with the other party’s insurance company to get things started. Read More
Maybe you were involved in a severe and complex multi-car accident which killed someone you loved. You know that he/she would still be alive if they had not been involved in that car accident. What are you to do? Well, to start with, consult a personal injury lawyer to help you build a strong case that will convince a jury and have them rule in your favor. Read More
Even with a minor accident, it’s possible that the police may be involved. Any accident where a driver, passenger or pedestrian was injured means a law enforcement officer will be involved. The same holds true if there was significant damage to one or more vehicles. Read More