Who Pays for Car Damage?

Posted by Melinda Helbock on  November 15, 2015
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Category: Auto Accidents
Recent statistics reflect that accidents on U.S. roadways cost over $230 billion a year, injuring millions and causing death to over 37,000 people yearly. This is a high price to pay in human terms, and related vehicle damage costs. When people are involved in a motor vehicle crash, one important question to answer is: who pays for car damage? Who is Liable for Damage? When a car accident is reported, the police reports often become

Car Accidents and the Lawsuit Process

Posted by Melinda Helbock on  November 15, 2015
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Category: Auto Accidents
When a car accident leads to a lawsuit, you should understand what this process will be like. For the average person, dealing with legal matters is not simple or easy to do. However, highly educated and competent Car Accident Attorneys know exactly what is needed and how to proceed with these often complex cases to obtain justice and the best possible outcome for their clients. Most lawsuits over car accidents are initiated when someone is

Insurance Coverage and Car Accidents

Posted by Melinda Helbock on  November 15, 2015
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Category: Auto Accidents
When you own or drive a car, you have a responsibility to carry proof of insurance with you. This information is used when you are involved in a car accident, and it is used by all parties during the process of obtaining payment for covered accident expenses. When you have an accident, you turn to your insurance company for help obtaining compensation for damage claims. Car Accidents Accidents are bound to happen, and many people
When there is a multi-car accident, in most cases, at least one of the drivers is considered to be at fault through carelessness or negligence. Regardless if the state is a “fault” or “no fault” state, car accidents usually happen when someone does something wrong, i.e., is at fault. In every case, insurance companies and lawyers will look at the evidence to try to determine which party or what road hazard caused the accident. If
You’re driving along and suddenly, the unexpected happens – you get involved in an accident. Whether someone else ran into your car, you collided with another vehicle, or you hit a deer that jumped out from nowhere, knowing what to do next is crucial. Car Accidents and You Being involved in a car accident is shocking. It often takes a few moments to understand what happened and assess the situation. Your first thought is likely,

Steps to Take in Reporting a Car Accident

Posted by Melinda Helbock on  November 13, 2015
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Category: Auto Accidents
When you are involved in a car accident, you must know what needs to be done next to report the incident properly. Depending on which state you are in, different rules may apply. All states require you to report most vehicle accidents, according to their specific regulations. Be an informed driver; learn the rules that apply in your home state and in states you are traveling through before you have an accident. Variables by State