SaveTweetDetermining liability in a car accident is often much more complicated than simply proving which driver was "at-fault." Fault can lie entirely with one person, or may be spread among several people. In addition, most auto accidents involve insurance issues. For both of these reasons, getting legal guidance is particularly important when dealing with auto accidents.
If you're not familiar with how fault is determined in the case of a car accident or even the basics of car insurance for your state, these legal guides will give you a good understanding of each. Plus find simple steps you can take to help prevent an auto accident from happening in the future.
Car accidents are a common occurrence on US roads. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates the number of police-reported traffic accidents in 2008 at 5,811,000. And in a 2008... more
After a car accident, one of the first things victims want to do is assign blame and file a claim for damages. While this is understandable, it can also lead to a backlog of accident-related lawsuits.... more
BODILY INJURY LIABILITY (BI).
Covers other people's bodily injuries or death for which you are responsible. It also provides for a legal defense if another party in the accident files a lawsuit... more
Not Purchasing Underinsured or Uninsured Motorist Coverage.
With so many people driving on roads without any car insurance; or they have only a small, inadequate policy—it is important to protect... more