How Do I Determine the Value of My Car Accident Claim?

Even minor car accidents can cause injuries and vehicular damage. The damage might be relatively superficial, but it can also be more severe. Drivers looking to receive compensation for property damage and injuries may not know the value of their claim. Many expenses may not be obvious at first but should be included on a claim, so drivers can recover what they need. Insurance adjusters typically use a multiplier to estimate non-damages. The multiplier adds up all the economic damages,[…] Read More

How is Liability Determined if Icy Conditions Caused My Car Accident?

When a driver gets behind the wheel, they must operate their vehicle safely and in accordance with all traffic laws. In the event of a car accident, fault will need to be determined and if one of the parties involved was negligent. This is also true if winter weather conditions are to blame for the accident. Examining how the drivers reacted to the weather conditions will help determine liability. How is Fault Determined in Car Accidents? The weather may complicate[…] Read More

What can a Black Box Reveal About a Car Accident?

Car accidents cause many injuries in the United States every year. Victims may fight long legal battles for compensation. The challenge comes from gathering evidence and showing proof of liability and the circumstances of the crash. However, many new vehicles have technological advantages that make it easier to document important information about a car accident. Black box technology has existed for decades. Typically, this technology is associated with airplanes. Black boxes, which are actually bright orange, are installed in airplanes[…] Read More

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