When You Didn't See a Doctor Immediately after Your Accident, Do You Have a Chance of Collecting Damages?
26 January 2016
When you're in a car accident, it's always recommended that you go to the doctor to be checked out. This way, if there are any injuries, it will be clear that they were caused by the car accident and you should not have a lot of trouble collecting money to cover your medical costs (either from your insurance company, the other driver's insurance company, or the other driver's personal funds). What happens when you don't follow this advice?
Settling A Personal Injury Claim? How Your Future Medical Expenses Are Calculated
22 December 2015
When you are involved in a personal injury accident, you are entitled to compensation for a variety of factors. Some of these factors are easy to calculate, such as compensation for the time you missed from work due to your injuries and the amount you currently owe in medical expenses as a result of the accident. Other factors, such as pain and suffering and future medical expenses, are not so easy to calculate.
Involved In A Tractor Trailer Accident? Who Should You Sue?
11 December 2015
If you have been involved in a tractor trailer accident, you may be injured and nervous about what happens next. If the tractor trailer was the cause of the accident, or has some fault in it, you can file a personal injury claim to recover money for your medical expenses, pain and suffering and permanent injuries. However, who you file the claim against varies based on the cause of the accident. Here are four common reasons for tractor trailer accidents and who would be at fault in each circumstance.
Injured While Riding In Winter Weather? How Can You Prove Fault?
11 November 2015
If you're an avid motorcyclist who hates the thought of spending half the year confined behind a glass windshield, you may already have all the necessary equipment to ride in even the chilliest winter weather. While winter riding can give you a new appreciation for nature's beauty, the presence of precipitation, ice, or snow on the roads can put you at a much higher risk of being injured by a driver who loses control of his or her vehicle.