Category: Personal Injury
Who Pays for Rear-End Collisions?
Usually, auto insurance companies pay for rear-end collisions. Most states require motorists to carry liability insurance, which covers the injured person’s losses in a crash. So, following a rear-end collision, the at-fault driver’s insurer may pay for the other person’s losses. However, this isn’t the case for every rear-end crash. Sometimes, other parties bear liability. […]
What Should I Not Tell My Insurance Company After an Accident?
After an accident, you shouldn’t admit that you caused it even if you think that’s true. An admission of fault, no matter how well-intentioned, could jeopardize your right to damages. You also shouldn’t give a recorded statement. You don’t have to give one, and anything you share on the record could complicate matters even further. […]
Did You Get into An Accident with a Texting Driver? What You Can Do
Getting into any car accident is a terrifying experience. Finding out the other driver involved was possibly texting leading up to the accident can make you feel angry and frustrated. Additionally, sustaining injuries and damage in a car accident due to texting can disrupt your life. It can derail your ability to work, take care […]
Who Is at Fault for a T-Bone Accident?
T-bone accidents can be among the most devastating motor vehicle accidents regarding the injuries and damages caused. For this reason, determining fault and liability is vital. What Is a T-Bone Accident? A T-bone accident is one in which the two vehicles collide and create a T-shape. In other words, the front of one vehicle strikes […]