Following an automobile, truck or motorcycle crash with injuries, caused by the negligence of another party, there are important and common sense steps to follow.
If you have been involved in a car accident, you may have suffered an injury as a result. Lower back pain after an auto collision is a common injury. A noticeable symptom is a dull, sharp, or constant pain in the lower back area. However, if the accident was caused by someone else, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Related costs include lost earnings for as long as you are unable to return to work.
Most of us utilize social media regularly. It's how we keep up with old friends, family members who live far away, and for entertainment purposes. Unfortunately, the same social media that allows us to share our happiest moments and most flattering photos is also the same social media that can make it more challenging to get compensation from a lawsuit after a car accident. If you've been in a car accident and plan on filing a claim, you should know how social media can hurt your claim and leave you with nothing.
When it comes to car accidents and other personal injury claims, a case hinges upon being able to prove which driver was negligent and caused the other driver's injuries. While this is not always an easy task, hiring an experienced personal injury attorney may help you prove your case. The following is an overview of how personal injury lawyers work to prove who caused the accident and should be liable for the other driver's injuries and accident related expenses. If you have been hurt in a car accident, it may help you to speak with a DC personal injury lawyer for advice.
The dangers of drunk driving are well established. The risks of distracted driving and cell phone use and driving are well known.
Almost 29 million cars have already been recalled after inflator ruptures killed 10 people in the United States, and injured at least 100 more.
Based upon numerous recent personal injury settlements for clients of mine, it is clear that adequate underinsurance (UIM) coverage is critical for those seriously injured by negligent motorists.
It can be a big mistake to settle a personal injury claim too soon, before adequate information is obtained about the nature and extent of the injuries sustained and further treatment that may be appropriate.
2015 was the deadliest year for motorists in the last 7 years according to Arizona Department of Transportation data.
Arizona and the Valley have been ranked among the top ten places in the country where pedestrians are likely to be hit and killed by a vehicle.