Car Accident Law

Personal Injury Lawyers often handle car accident law cases. These injury claims are for victims of vehicle accidents where the injured parties have suffered physical injury and/or property damage. These attorneys provide legal services both out of court and at trial and usually have a great deal of experience with settlement procedures.

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  • What Happens When a Bicyclist Gets Hit by a Car Turning Right?

    Bicycle accidents often can result in some extremely serious injuries. At times, they can even be fatal. There are a number of injuries that can stem from a right turn accident. Head injuries are one of the most common, and the resulting brain injuries can be devastating. If driver negligence is found during a lawsuit, then the compensation for a brain injury can rightfully be substantial, usually much more than you’d get from the initial payout offer from an insurance company.

  • A Cautionary Tale: Insurance Adjusters and Personal Injury Cases
      by HG.org

    After an accident, the victim usually must deal with an insurance agency that sends an adjuster to interview the injured party and gather all the facts and details surrounding the incident to determine how much compensation must be provide to be sufficient and avoid litigation if possible.

  • When a Car Accident Is Due to a Manufacturing Defect or Design Flaw
      by HG.org

    Products with design flaws or defects often harm those that purchase them after normal and intended use has been initiated. Unfortunately for those that drive a vehicle with these issues, individuals may suffer injuries that may be severe or cause the loss of someone’s life.

  • Can I Sue a Rental Car Company for an Automotive Accident?
      by HG.org

    Accidents on the road, in traffic and when driving on freeways is common and occurs with frequency in the United States. Some of these incidents involve rental cars where the driver has insurance, while in other instances of these wrecks, the driver does not have insurance.

  • What You Need to Know About Uber’s $1 Million Insurance Plan
      by HG.org

    When two vehicles are involved in a car crash, establishing liability and which insurance company should pay may be fairly straightforward. However, if one of the vehicles was used in a rideshare program at the time of the accident, the situation can become more difficult.

  • Obese Drivers at Risk

    It is undeniable that obesity is an epidemic in the United States. Now, several highly-respected studies have come out showing that in addition to the array of health problems obese people face, they are more likely to be fatally injured in car accidents.

  • How Facebook Live Can Lead to Accidents
      by HG.org

    The age of technology has proven to be catastrophic to the young when pairing electronics and driving. Facebook takes up more time for some than any other hobby, even when the person is a passenger or operating a vehicle. It is these circumstances that often prove fatal to some.

  • Who’s at Fault in a Left-Hand Turn Accident?
      by HG.org

    When in an auto accident, there are many factors to consider when determining who may be at fault and how to receive compensation for the victim of the incident. One of these would be if the person making a left-hand turn is at fault and accountable for his or her actions as liable for damages.

  • What Driverless Cars Mean for Michigan Auto Lawyers

    Driverless cars are coming to Michigan roads, and around the world, sooner than many of us might expect. Auto lawyers and insurance companies are already bracing for impact, trying to prepare for when the first autonomous vehicles crash into our lives, and our practices. Exactly how driverless cars will affect the future of no-fault auto accident litigation remains to be seen, but there will be changes. That much is certain.

  • Self-Driving Car Accidents: Who is at Fault?

    Car manufacturers continue to develop ways to ensure that both car drivers and passengers remain safe in the case of an accident. One of the latest innovations in vehicle technology is the creation of a self-driving car. With a computer manning the wheel, the possibility of human error contributing to a crash is greatly diminished. But accidents still do happen.


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