Are you the victim of an auto accident? You’re not alone. In fact, between 20 and 50 million people are disabled each year in auto accidents worldwide. If you were involved in an accident and are having trouble reaching an agreement with an auto insurance company, it’s time to fight. Here’s how"..."
Let’s get something out of the way. Never, should you ever admit fault at the scene of an accident. The moment you say it’s your fault, fighting a legal case get’s a whole lot easier for the other person and a whole lot harder for you. If the other person"..."
If you live in an area that gets a lot of snow and ice, you know how treacherous it can be when you are out on the roads. You know to slow down and to be prepared for the conditions. The problem with summer driving is that the dangers aren’t so obvious."..."
On average, there are 6 million car crashes in the United States each year. So if you’ve recently been in an auto accident, you aren’t alone. After all, even the safest of drivers have to contend with the reckless among us. Are you wondering how to get a car accident police report? We’ve got"..."
More than 2.5 million people get injured in car accidents every year. Most of these injuries are severe and may require expensive medical treatments. Sadly, most insurance providers offer minimal settlements that don’t cover the full expenses resulting from car accidents. One of the major reasons why most people don’t get adequate"..."
Car accidents happen in seconds. Unfortunately, their effects can last a long longer. Negotiating with insurance companies, looking for alternative transportation, and dealing with potentially serious injuries is draining physically and mentally. Many people hesitate to involve a professional and lose out on benefits they were entitled to. Use this"..."
It came out of nowhere. You’ve just been in an auto accident and now it feels like your whole world is in a tailspin. Maybe you were driving when another car came out of nowhere, or you were the passenger of a reckless driver. Either way, the pain you feel doesn’t discriminate."..."