Am I Liable if Someone Borrowed and Crashed My Car?

Some car owners allow other people to borrow their vehicles. In most cases, the borrower returns the car without any problems. However, what happens when someone borrows a car and gets into a car accident that causes damage and injuries? In this instance, the car owner will want to understand how most insurance coverage works. Car Insurance Usually Follows the Vehicle Many people worry that if they are not driving their vehicles, they will not be covered by insurance, but[…] Read More

Who is Liable for Injuries During a Police Chase?

Police chases can result in serious car wrecks that lead to catastrophic injuries for both the suspect and the police officer. Since police chases often happen at high speeds, victims can be seriously injured. Accidents at high speeds are already dangerous, but when a driver is engaged in other forms of reckless driving while avoiding police, it increases the risk for significant injuries and death. Shockingly, the FBI reports that one person dies every day due to an accident caused[…] Read More

Why is September One of the Most Dangerous Months to Drive?

September is a dangerous month for motorists. In the United States, approximately 1.15 fatal crashes occur every 100 million vehicle miles traveled. Although many families with children plan road trips during the summer months, according to American Automobile Association (AAA), about 62 percent of people plan road trips during the fall months. Labor Day Contributes to the Number of Accidents in September Another factor as to why September is a dangerous month to travel is because Labor Day weekend falls[…] Read More

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