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- Why You Need Uninsured Motorist Coverage in Massachusetts
Drivers in Massachusetts are required by law to have auto insurance. But itís not enough to insure oneself. Motorists also need to insure themselves against those who have no insurance or who are underinsured.
- Don't Represent Yourself in a Personal Injury Case
In any legal action, individuals have the right to represent themselves in court. But just because they can doesnít mean they should. The notion is understandable. Youíre facing a mountain of medical bills. Your injury has left you out-of-work and struggling to pay your mortgage. You canít afford a lawyer, and even if you could, why should s/he get a cut of your compensation?
- What Drivers Need to Know About Rear Cross Traffic Alert Systems
Traffic alert systems are on the rise. The benefits and shortcomings of these technologies are being further explored as time goes on.
- 2016 Sees New Laws for Illinois Drivers
Driving in Illinois is changing in 2016. Make sure you are up to date on the new laws and how they affect your commute.
- How Long Do You Have to File a Lawsuit After a Car Accident in Illinois?
When determining whether to hire an attorney after a car accident has occurred, these considerations are important to keep in mind.
- Chrysler Recalls 1.4 Million Cars After Hackers Show They Can Take Control of Jeeps
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV has issued a recall of 1.4 million vehicles that may be vulnerable to hacking, after security researchers demonstrated that they could remotely take control of a Jeep.
- Illinois House Votes to Eliminate Red Light Cameras, But Not in Chicago
On April 22, the Illinois House passed a measure that would eliminate red light cameras in about 35 communities, but not in Chicago.
- Aggravation of a Pre-Existing Injury
At times, new accidents may affect pre-existing wounds or damage done to the body from other accidents. The new injuries may cause previous ones to become worse, or they may cause brand new issues coupled with old issues. Typically, the previous harm done to the body that may be worsened has to do with the neck, back and/or the head. In some cases, prior injuries may have long since healed. In other cases, a new injury exacerbates an ongoing issue.
- Whom to Sue When There is Nobody Behind the Wheel
The march of the so-called autonomous vehicles is on, in case you havenít noticed. It started with driver adaptive functions that help control things like parking and stopping your car for you before you get too close to an object. The issue has already been in public discussion for a while: What do you do when computer-driven vehicle plows into the rear of your new car? A recent study by the Brookings Institution researched just this question.
- Filing a Personal Injury Claim in Time
Each state has enacted a statute of limitations for personal injury cases. This statute specifies the time in which a claim must be filed in order for the victim to move forward with his or her case. A personal injury lawyer can advise clients on the necessity of filing a claim and the appropriate timing to file their claim.