A car accident is never a pleasant experience. Even the most minor fender bender means aggravation, time at the auto shop, and dealing with insurance companies. Moreover, a serious car accident could be a traumatic experience with lasting physical and financial effects for years to come. As you can expect, what you do – and[...]Read More
It’s an unfortunate part of modern life: the car accident. Nearly everyone has at least one in their lifetime, even if they’re not injured. Many car accidents do result in injuries, leaving drivers and their families devastated. Most people aren’t experienced in car accidents, and may not know what to do when it happens. But[...]Read More
If you have been involved in an auto accident, then you already have a lot of things to worry about -- the legal hassles of determining who is at fault and whose insurance is going to cover what sorts of damages can be overwhelming. Add in some sort of injury, and you’ve got the makings[...]Read More
An automobile accident can be a scary event. Even if you and your family emerge unharmed, you most likely will have to deal with emotional scars and an insurance nightmare. It’s even worse if you or your family are injured during the accident. If you’ve been in an auto accident and your child was injured[...]Read More
In an auto accident involving negligent supervision, fault for an injury is put on the driver who caused the accident. For example, if a truck driver speeds, drives carelessly and causes an accident, the trucking company can be held liable for negligent supervision. If the company failed to do proper background checks or proper training,[...]Read More
No parent ever expects their child to be in an accident, but over 9 million are treated each year for injuries that were not intentional, according to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Unfortunately, nearly 20 children die daily as a result of an injury that could have been prevented. In fact,[...]Read More
Being in an automobile accident is nothing short of a traumatic experience. Even if you manage to walk away relatively unharmed, the mental, emotional, and financial hardships that result can leave someone scarred for life. What’s worse, though, is the situation felt by those who aren’t so lucky. When you’re in an accident and severely[...]Read More
One minute, the road ahead of you is perfectly clear, and the next minute, an automobile accident has altered your life and the livelihood of your family. Automobile accidents create lifetime physical problems, financial stress, work stress and relationship stress, and for all these reasons, you need help in filing a compensation claim. You have[...]Read More
If you’ve been in a motorcycle accident, several factors-- insurance coverage, police report and medical records—better ensure that you will have a successful motorcycle accident compensation claim. You must provide evidence that the accident was caused by another driver who was not paying attention or who was driving in a careless or reckless fashion, and[...]Read More
In the blink of an eye, a car accident can change your life. Crashes can cause you lifetime physical problems and financial stress. You’re stressed about your physical injuries, to be sure, but families also worry about their ability to pay bills and time missed from work. You also have to deal with your damaged[...]Read More
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