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A car accident always has at least two sides to the story. When you include the insurance companies and worker┐┐┐s compensation boards in the case of accidents on the job, then you have a tale with many sides. It can get very confusing and the facts can often get twisted. If your side of the story is not professionally documented and presented in a reliable way, then you could lose out on compensation and payments for your medical bills. A car accident lawyer is there to make sure that all... Read More
An accident can be a life-altering event. If you are injured and are unable to completely recover, then you need to hold those that are negligent accountable for their actions. This is not the kind of action that you take on yourself. You need to hire an injury lawyer to make sure that all of the proper paperwork is filed and that your entire side of the story has been told. Not only does this have a bearing on any future settlement you may get, but it can also help establish whether or... Read More
Q. What are the most common causes of spinal cord injuries?
A. The most common cause of spinal cord injuries is car accidents. The second most common cause of spinal cord injuries in the U.S. is acts of violence and the third most common cause is slip and fall accidents. Spinal cord injuries can also be sustained in truck accidents, boating accidents, airplane accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, construction accidents,... Read More
Studies being done by insurance companies and the various state departments of transportation in the United States are finding that distracted drivers are starting to pose more of a threat than drunk drivers in some areas. That is why we are starting to see so many laws banning the use of mobile computing devices and cellular phone when people are driving. But a distracted driver accident does not just have to be the result of a person who is not watching the road because he... Read More
In Pennsylvania, the law requires your auto insurance company to give you the written option of selecting either full tort or limited tort coverage when you purchase a policy. Your insurer may be quick to point out that limited tort coverage is the cheaper of these two options. However, selecting limited tort can greatly limit your rights to damages in the event of a car accident and only provide a small decrease in your monthly insurance premium. Saving a couple hundred... Read More