Know What Liability Means After A Car Accident

If you've been injured due to the careless actions of another driver, you may hear the word liability a lot. This term means almost the same thing as blame or fault in legal terms. As far as a car accident goes, this issue of liability can destroy a case before it even begins. Read on and learn more. What Is Liability? Accidents can happen that involve only one vehicle. However, many accidents involve another vehicle driven by a driver who did something wrong. Read More 

Don’t Give Up On Your Car Accident Case After Receiving A Ticket

After a car accident, you will be required by law to contact the police so they can arrive and file a police report. However, depending on what the police officer finds, you might be issued a ticket after the accident. However, even if you are issued a ticket, you may still be able to win an auto accident case. The Consequences of Being Issued a Ticket Being issued a ticket will likely mean that the other driver's insurance provider will try to find you liable for the accident. Read More 

Why Your Car Accident Attorney Might Hire an Accident Reconstructionist

After a car accident, you will often need to rely on witnesses to testify on your behalf to prove that the other driver was at fault for the accident. Even if you were injured, an attorney will be able to help you locate witnesses to your accident. However, even if there were no witnesses to your accident, your car accident lawyer might rely more on an accident reconstructionist. The Job of an Accident Reconstructionist Read More 

Will A Personal Injury Lawyer Take My Case?

When you are injured during an accident, you may wonder if you should pursue a claim. The best way to find this out is to speak with a personal injury lawyer. After a free consultation, the worst that can happen is that the lawyer refuses to take your case or explains to you why you are unlikely to win a personal injury case. What Type of Cases Will an Attorney Accept Read More 

What Victims Should Know About Personal Injury Intentional Torts

While the term "international tort" may seem like legalese, it's not nearly as difficult to understand as you might think. An intentional tort is a way of being harmed that may have been as far from an accident as possible. Read on to find out more so you can take action and be paid for the harm done to you. Understanding Torts This term focuses on a specific category of personal injury law. Read More