Car Accident Settlement Explained: What To Expect

Going to court usually takes a lot of time, effort, and money. This is the reason why you may want to, with the help of an auto accident lawyer, settle with the insurance company or the at-fault or negligent party. The Process An auto accident attorney can counsel you on a settlement's merits and help you navigate the process. You can agree to a settlement before going to court or even in the middle of a court case. Read More 

Hiring An Attorney Makes Your Car Accident Case Less Complicated

Personal injury accidents can be difficult to recover from, and car accidents are no different. You can have an easier time dealing with the aftermath of an accident when you have somebody who is on your side, somebody who can stick up for you. Are you thinking about making a car accident claim? You are not alone. These are some of the reasons why you should turn to a professional for assistance. Read More 

Countering The Accusation That You Didn’t Use The Product As Intended

If you will be filing a personal injury claim against a product manufacturer, one obstacle you might encounter is the product manufacturer arguing that you did not use the product as intended. If this is the case, the argument might be made that you're not entitled to compensation for your injuries.  Examines of a Product Not Being Used as Intended If a patient receives a prescription and doesn't take the prescription as instructed, the manufacturer of the prescription cannot be held responsible for any health problems that result. Read More 

Stress Can Contribute to a Commercial Truck Accident

Truck driver regulations are put in place to make sure that drivers are not on the road for too many hours. Some drivers who are used to only sleeping a small number of hours and who feel like they are never tired may still be dangerous on the road because working for an excessive number of hours can lead to stress and can increase the odds of a truck driver being involved in an accident. Read More 

You May Not Be at Fault for Crashing Into a Car on the Shoulder

Pulling off to the side of the road is a dangerous decision and should only be done in the case of emergencies. Many individuals are killed while on the side of the road. If you strike another vehicle that has pulled over to the side of the road, you may not be considered at fault depending on how the other driver was performing this act. When the Driver Who Pulled Over Is at Fault Read More