Archive for Year: 2015

Understanding Comparative Fault

If you have been involved in a car accident, it may be possible to file a personal injury lawsuit against the driver at fault for causing the accident. This type of claim is brought under

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Insurance Requirements for Drivers

When car accidents happen, they can lead to costly property damage and personal injury. As a result of this, drivers are required to maintain a certain level of insurance. This insurance is important for individuals

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Auto Accidents Caused By Medical Incidents

Drivers with medical conditions can make for dangerous driving situations.  An individual with epilepsy who suffers a seizure while driving could very easily cause an auto accident.  Other times, a person may have an unexpected

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Mandatory Seat Belts on School Buses

According to Everyday Health, seat belts save more than 15,000 people involved in auto accidents from death.  Shockingly, seat belts are not found in one vehicle that one would think should have them – school

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Accidents Involving Semi-Trailer Trucks

Some of the most dangerous accidents are those that involve semi-trailer trucks. These types of trucks cause significant amounts of damage because of their sheer size. Quite often, these accidents will result in complete loss

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Ridesharing Accident Liability

Uber has changed the landscape of those needing transportation on very short notice.   The major difference between a ridesharing service like Uber and a taxicab service is the employee/employer relationship.  In the case of

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Victims of a Drunk Driver

If you have been injured in a car accident, it may be possible for you to file a personal injury claim against the person at fault. If successful, these claims can lead to significant damage

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Steps to take after a Car wreck

If you have been involved in a car wreck, there are several actions you should take in order to help protect any future claims you may have against the person at fault for the wreck.

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