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- Subrogation: Medical Insurance and PA Car Accident Claims
Has Your Health Insurance Sent You a Bill for Your PA Car Crash? When you went to the hospital after your accident, you were asked for your health insurance card. Your medical bills were sent to your medical insurance company and the insurance company paid your claim. Now your health insurance is demanding to be paid back. What is going on?
- What to Do if the Person You Lent Your Car to Is in an Accident with your Vehicle
A situation may arise in which you lend your vehicle to a family member, neighbor, friend or roommate. While you may agree to lend your vehicle to someone else, you likely do not anticipate that you will be legally liable for their actions. However, situations exist in which your insurance coverage will be utilized for a claim or in which you are legally liable for damages that result from this third party’s actions.
- Determining Liability in a Truck Accident
The process of determining liability following a truck accident can be much more complicated than in other accident cases.
- Proposed Changes to Trucking Industry Standards
Despite concerns from the Department of Transportation, police and a large number of respondents in a recent poll on truck safety, Congress is considering a bill that would allow trucks to increase in size and allow drivers to work longer hours without a mandated break.
- Proposed Transportation Bill
The latest controversy in the trucking industry is whether or not Congress is going to approve a bill that will allow 33-foot long trailers to operate on highways.
- Volkswagen and Audi ‘Clean Diesel’ Owners See Decline in Vehicle Value Following VW Emissions Recall Scandal
Used sale prices for Volkswagen and Audi "TDI Clean Diesel" models have fallen sharply in the wake of VW's admission that it lied to consumers about the performance and emissions levels of these vehicles. Volkswagen announced that it would recall about 11 million VW and Audi diesel vehicles following the disclosure that the German automaker had installed a "defeat device" on these models in order to hide their high pollution levels.
- Volkswagen To Recall 500K VW, Audi Cars in U.S. Over 'Dieselgate' Emissions Scandal After Allegations of Fraud
Volkswagen will recall 11 million VW and Audi "TDI Clean Diesel" vehicles worldwide - including 500,000 in the U.S. - after admitting that it had equipped these vehicles with a "defeat device" that was designed to conceal their high pollution levels. Volkswagen is facing thousands of lawsuits from diesel-powered vehicles owners whose cars have been implicated in the recall.
- Understanding California Prop 213 in Car Accident Injury Lawsuits
A unique California law disallows general damages such as pain and suffering to uninsured motorists involved in traffic collisions within the State. It applies strictly to the driver the automobile and not its passengers. It applies whether or not the collision was caused by the uninsured motorist. Some exceptions apply and are explained in this article. If you have been involved in a car, truck, bus or other motor vehicle accident, do not rely on this as legal advice. Consult a lawyer ASAP.
- What Can Volkswagen Owners Can Do About the Emissions Scandal?
As the Volkswagen Emissions Scandal continues, owners of the diesel engine vehicle can take action by filing a class action lawsuit.
- Electronic Scanning for Recalled Tires
Last month, tire maker Continental recalled over 12,000 tires in two recalls for risk of tread separation and air pressure loss.