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Getting Help With Car Accidents

Nothing is more terrifying than being involved in a car accident. In addition to attending to your own needs, you also have to worry about your passengers, your car, and taking the right steps. Unfortunately, if you aren't careful, you might end up destroying your personal injury case or hurting your own healing process. Fortunately, you don't have to go through that process on your own. With the help of a lawyer, you can worry about the things that really matter while a professional handles your phone calls, medical bills, and insurance paperwork. Check out my website to learn more about how a car accident lawyer could help you.


T-Boned? Who Is At Fault For The Collision?

If you've been involved in a T-bone collision, you're not alone. T-bone collisions, also known as side-impact collisions, kill more than 8,500 Americans each year -- and many others are injured. So, who is at fault when you are T-boned? In other words, whose responsibility is it to foot the bill for the damage and any injuries? The answer is, "it depends." Though it's easy to assume the person who collided with the side of your car is fully at fault, this is not always the case. Read More 

Medical Lien: What Is It And How Does It Help You During Your Auto Accident?

If you're in an auto accident and do not have health insurance, one of the concerns you may have is how you will pay for your medical bills. Although you have valid concerns, you shouldn't worry about the medical expenses you incur from your accident. Instead, it is a good idea that you hire a personal injury attorney to represent your case. A personal injury attorney can find a way for you to receive the medical care you need without paying for your bills now. Read More 

4 Factors Involving Liability And Independant Contractors In Car Accidents

Being hired as an independent contractor technically means that you are not working as a company employee. This can impact many things and mainly focuses on taxes, but it can also become a factor in a personal injury or worker's comp case. If you're an independent contractor that has been involved in a car accident, you may feel that you bear all the responsibility because of your working status. This is not always the case. Read More 

The Importance Of Understanding The Law Before Taking Action

One of the rights Americans enjoy is the ability to sue anyone over or for anything. Whether or not a person wins, however, depends on the state and federal laws on the books and how they're interpreted. A common issue that causes many plaintiffs to spend money on a losing battle is ignorance or misunderstanding of those laws. Here's what can happen if you don't take the time to consult with an attorney or conduct research before taking action against someone you believe injured you to ensure you have the legal standing to do so. Read More 

Stress: An Often Overlooked Side Effect Of An Auto Accident

If you are in an auto accident, you probably expect to have broken bones, lacerations or bruising. These are injuries that are easy to document, and that your attorney will include in your personal injury case. A common, but often overlooked, effect of being in a car accident is the stress and fear that such an experience can cause. Because stress is hard to measure and is, in varying degrees, a part of everyday life for just about everyone, your reports of an increase in your stress level may or may not be included in your case. Read More