Month: December 2018

Who Is At Fault in a Single Vehicle Car Accident?

Who Is At Fault in a Single Vehicle Car Accident?

Typically, you will see news coverage of car accidents where multiple vehicles are involved and there are significant personal injuries. But a large number of accidents do not include multiple drivers. In some cases a single driver may be seriously injured without other vehicles involved and without it being the driver’s fault. Not all single

What if a Construction Defect Causes a Car Accident?

WHAT IF A CONSTRUCTION DEFECT CAUSES A CAR ACCIDENT

Most car accidents involve an individual car crash or multiple vehicles in which it’s easier to determine fault. Many times accidents happen because drivers fail to pay attention to other vehicles or speed or drive recklessly. But there are some cases where a driver’s vehicle fails to operate as designed and it leads to an

What Makes a Car Accident Case Complex?

WHAT MAKES A CAR ACCIDENT CASE COMPLEX

Typically, one or multiple drivers are involved in car accidents involving personal injury cases. Although it is less common, there is a small percentage of accidents with personal injuries that encompass various factors that make the case more complex. One significant factor making a car accident case more complicated is the extent and type of

What Happens When You Make A Claim After A Car Accident?

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After a motor vehicle accident, you need to make note of as much information as possible about the weather and road conditions when it occurred and any necessary medical treatment received. Also, be aware of the surroundings for potential witnesses to the accident. Many residences and businesses use surveillance cameras that might record video to

What Happens When Medicine Causes a Car Accident

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN MEDICINE CAUSES A CAR ACCIDENT

Negligent drivers cause car accidents by failing to follow traffic rules, failing to stay aware of other drivers, keeping a distance from other vehicles, maintaining their cars, and speeding and driving recklessly. In addition, a driver can fail to stay alert at the wheel and ignore road conditions and traffic flow because they have consumed