• Can A Driver Still Be At Fault After An Accident Involving A Medical Emergency?

    Some car accidents are the result of the recklessness of a motorist. But other accidents are entirely unavoidable and are caused by a motorist who has a medical emergency such as a stroke. If the driver claims that the accident was the result of an emergency, you will need to prove that the accident could have been prevented regardless of the medical emergency. Medical Emergencies That Could Have Been Prevented [Read More]

  • 3 Common Types Of Personal Injury Cases

    In the legal world, a personal injury refers to something much more specific than just falling down clumsily and scraping your knee. Potential personal injury cases are built upon an accusation of negligence directed toward a third party. If you are unsure about whether or not a recent incident you were involved in can be categorized as negligent, take a look at just three helpful examples below that illustrate common occurrences. [Read More]

  • Accident Settlement Not Working Out? What To Do Next

    When a careless driver strikes, accident victims have more than one way to get paid for their damages. Some victims of minor accidents can be satisfied with the payment of their medical bills and getting their vehicles fixed. If your injuries were worse, though, then your damages will probably domino into a much larger financial issue. To be paid for more serious accidents, you can either be paid via a settlement or take your case to court. [Read More]