Before You Accept A Lift, Know This About Rideshare And Wrongful Death Claims

22 October 2019
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The use of rideshare services, such as Uber and Lyft, has become popular over recent years. Many people enjoy the convenience of paying a fee to catch a ride from one location to another. Rideshare options are particularly useful for people who may not have personal transportation options. Although rideshare services are convenient, using the service may come with certain risks in the unfortunate event of a deadly accident. Rise in Fatal Accidents Read More 

Getting Help To Recover Damages After An Accident Or Injury

5 August 2019
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When you are hurt in an accident or injured as a result of negligence, you may have a case to receive damages and a settlement that will help pay your medical bills and compensate you for many different things. You might have to hire a lawyer to get started, but what should you look for in a lawyer? Get a Consultation The first step in hiring a lawyer is finding one that you can work with, and that has experience working on cases like yours. Read More 

What To Do Just After Getting Into An Auto Accident

23 May 2019
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Nothing can blindside you quite like an automobile accident. It's a shocking experience that seems to come out of nowhere. Once the collision has happened, you must deal with the aftermath. You want to make sure that both you and the other party involved are okay, but there are still more steps to take. Knowing what to do after a car accident is vital and the information below should put you on the right track. Read More 

Your Car Insurance Company Won’t Pay. Now What?

19 April 2019
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You keep car insurance on your vehicle so that if you are injured or your car is damaged in a car accident, you don't have to pay out of pocket. So what happens if you get in an accident and your insurance company refuses to pay? Where can you turn? Where should you go? Here's a look. Ask why. Do not just accept the declination of coverage and move on. Ask why the claim was denied. Read More 

4 Common Long-Term Health Costs Associated With Car Accidents

15 March 2019
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Car accident injuries are usually not resolved by a single trip to the doctor's office. Many car accident injuries require extended care. If you were involved in a car accident, you need to make sure your settlement offer takes care of not only your current health costs incurred so far, but the health costs you will face later as well. Some common future medical costs include things such as prescription medication, psychological care, physical therapy and rehabilitation, and the cost of medical equipment costs. Read More