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How to Fight and Change a False Accident Report
A car accident scene can be sensory overload, not just for the drivers involved but also for the police called to investigate its cause and to make sense of often conflicting information – maybe for the second or third time that day. An inaccurate police accident report is not uncommon and, to be fair, almost…Read More
What Happens When Someone Dies in a Car Accident?
Car accidents that result in someone dying make up a small percentage of overall accidents, but their impact is far more devastating. In 2021, a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration report stated that 42,915 people died as a result of a vehicle accident in the U.S., out of more than 6 million police-reported crashes overall.…Read More
What to Do After a Car Accident Injury
If you are injured in a car accident, what you do in the minutes, hours and days after the accident could determine the outcome of a settlement that covers your medical bills, treatment, lost wages and more. The second the cars strike each other, practically every move you make related to the accident will have…Read More
What Happens If You Get into a Car Accident with an Uninsured Driver?
A day that already wasn’t a keeper by a long shot just took a significant turn for the worse when you learned the distracted driver you traded paint with (and hopefully contact information) isn’t insured. Yes, driving uninsured is against the law in most states. So, too, is driving 80 miles an hour while scrolling…Read More
What to Do After a Minor Car Accident
There is no official definition of a minor car accident. Generally, insurance companies and law enforcement consider an accident “minor” if the vehicles can still operate and there are no injuries. If you’re in a minor accident, it’s relatively good news. Things could be a lot worse. Even so, you should take a minor car…Read More
What Happens When Your Car Is Totaled and You’re Not At Fault?
It’s bad enough the accident wasn’t your fault. Now the car you sacrificed to buy is declared a total loss. Small wonder if you feel victimized all over again. Beyond the immediate and obvious concerns about transportation for your daily commute, or what seems like a 24-hour Uber service for your kids, you must deal…Read More
What to Do When the At-Fault Driver Is Not Cooperating with Insurance
If you’re injured in a car accident that’s not your fault, you’ll have to deal with the other driver’s insurance company in order to get compensated for your damages. But what if the at-fault driver doesn’t cooperate with their insurance company? When that happens, it will likely bring your claim to a crashing halt. If…Read More
What to Do When the At-Fault Driver’s Insurance Won’t Pay
If you were in a car accident that was someone else’s fault, you expect a quick and reasonable settlement from that driver’s insurance company to pay for your damages. If your car was hit and the other driver’s insurance won’t pay, it’s a slap in the face. It also may mean serious financial hardship as…Read More
What Does a Car Accident Lawyer Do?
You hear it on TV ads all the time: “If you’ve been injured in a car accident that’s not your fault, get a lawyer, so you can get the money you deserve.” But you may wonder, with one-third or more of your settlement or judgment going to the lawyer, what exactly will a car accident…Read More
How Much Do Car Accident Lawyers Charge?
Lawyers have a lot of leeway when it comes to how much money they take from a car accident settlement. Most charge 33% of the final settlement amount or court judgment, though it can go higher. It may seem like a waste to pay a lawyer one-third of the money you could be putting into…Read More
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