Why "Fault" Is Still A Factor In No-Fault Claims

Posted on: 20 October 2021

When you live in a state in which cars are insured by a no-fault insurance system, you might assume that nobody is at fault after a car accident. However, this actually isn't true. There will still be an at-fault party responsible for the accident, but a no-fault insurance claim is handled in a different manner. No-Fault vs. At-Fault Insurance States When you are in a no-fault state, you will file a claim with your insurance provider when you are injured as a result of an accident.
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Marijuana Consumption Can Often Affect A Commercial Truck Accident Case

Posted on: 29 July 2021

Recreational marijuana is being legalized in more states and even more states allow for medical marijuana. However, the consumption of marijuana can affect the ability of a commercial truck driver to safely operate a vehicle. If you are involved in an accident with a commercial truck driver and you believe they are under the influence of marijuana, make sure to bring this up with the police officer who responds to your accident.
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Don't Underestimate Your Damages After A Bicycle Accident

Posted on: 10 November 2020

If you are injured while riding your bike, you'll be in a lot of pain depending on the severity of the accident. There are all sorts of damages you might suffer, and you'll want to make sure that you factor in each one of them so you can make sure to receive the largest settlement possible. You are not only entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, but also for any inconveniences you experience and lost wages.
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Will Your Injury Case End Up Going To Trial?

Posted on: 16 December 2019

Matters litigated under personal injury law do not generally end up at trial. By most common estimates, around 95% of cases will never see the inside of a courtroom. That's the simple answer, but there's a lot more going on than you might expect. Let's consider how a case might unfold, especially if it seems like a trial is a real possibility. Submitting a Claim With few exceptions, injury cases don't go directly to litigation.
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