What to Do If You Are In an Out-of-State Car Accident

January 28, 2021Auto Accident

Legal assistance is available for anyone who has been involved in a car accident out-of-state. Take the correct actions immediately after the collision. Understanding what to do is essential for obtaining the compensation you need to recover from injuries, pay medical expenses and deal with lost income. However, there are often unexpected barriers to obtaining … Read More

What are the most common injuries after a car accident?

December 22, 2020Auto Accident

You lived through a car accident but sustained injuries that may, even now, affect your quality of life and ability to work. Just know that you’re not alone. Motor vehicle accidents injure some three million people every year in the U.S. One must also factor in the motorcyclists and pedestrians, both of whom run a … Read More

Are Airbags Safe?

June 30, 2020Auto Accident

In 1967, Allen Breed, a mechanical engineer, created the first reliable airbag, which included sensors for deployment. His rudimentary design was improved and became a regular part of the automotive industry in the United States. During the 1970s, a few manufacturers began incorporating this safety device into their vehicle lines. In 1998, the government mandated … Read More

Who is Going to Fix My Car After A Car Accident?

March 26, 2020Auto Accident

After a car accident that doesn’t result in the car being totaled, the goal is to get the vehicle fixed. But who will do the repairs? While this is an excellent question, getting the car fixed is a process, and you might not be able to choose the repair shop without being aggressive toward getting … Read More

How is a Truck Accident Case Different from a Car Accident Case?

February 26, 2020Auto Accident

It may not seem obvious to regular motor vehicle operators, but there are significant differences between car accidents involving personal vehicles and large commercial truck accidents. These are differences in the physics of the accident and the injuries possible, differences in the laws, and differences in how to pursue legal action. It is important that … Read More

Who is Liable in a Self Driving Car Accident?

August 29, 2019Auto Accident

Self-driving cars are becoming the wave of the future. The most advanced models may be ready for launch within two years, despite the fact that they still have the crash record higher than that of a novice driver. The question is thus increasingly posed of who is liable for car accidents involving self driving vehicles. … Read More

Worst Car Accidents in History

April 29, 2019Auto Accident

All drivers and passengers in motorized vehicles fear, at some level, that they may be involved in a traffic accident. Every time you drive, each time you board a bus, there is a chance that you won’t arrive at your destination without injury or even at all. Every day in the world, an average of … Read More

Rear End Collision: Who’s at fault?

March 26, 2019Auto Accident

Do you know who’s at fault in a rear-end collision? For most driver’s, they’d guess that the driver who rear-ends a vehicle is at fault, but that may not always be the case. Many car accidents have extenuating circumstances that can place the majority of the fault on the driver of the front car. Before … Read More

27 Most Common Causes of Car Accidents

February 28, 2019Auto Accident

While cars have certainly transformed the country in regards to how far someone is able to live from their work, they have also increased the amount of danger on the road. Technology is often to blame for that as well. Car accidents can do more than just cost you a car. It can sometimes end … Read More

What to do if the other driver doesn’t have insurance?

January 30, 2019Auto Accident

Drivers pay a significant sum of money every year in auto insurance. In fact, insurance is mandatory in all 50 states and it’s illegal to drive without it. Just because it is mandatory, however, does not always mean that every driver on the road is insured. In fact, in 2015, roughly 13% of all drivers … Read More