Being in a car accident is upsetting and stressful enough, but when the involved at-fault vehicle flees from the scene, things can get even more stressful and difficult to deal with.
Some clients often ask whether they have to actually report a car accident to their insurance. This happens when a driver thinks, "If it wasn't my fault, why should my insurance company get involved?"
We often get calls for car accidents where both parties blame each other. Potential clients then ask how they can prove they are not at fault during a car accident.
A question we often get is what to do after you've been in a car accident. If you've never been in one, the process might be confusing.
We often hear from potential clients who have questions about dealing with the at-fault driver's insurance. Talk to an attorney before submitting a recorded statement to the at-fault driver's insurance.
How much should I ask for a car accident settlement? In today's blog, we’ll discuss the factors you’ll have to take into account in order to calculate the proper amount for your case.
Can you put security cameras in your car in California? The answer is yes. Dash cams have proved very useful in providing critical evidence of what occurs during an accident or break-in.
The pedestrian laws you must follow in California are the rules that govern when and where people are allowed to walk in public legally. It’s important to know: do pedestrians always have the right-of-way in the state of California?
While taking an ambulance is a given when you're severely injured, should you take one if your injury isn’t that serious? While many people choose to skip the ambulance due to its high cost, is it really worth it? Will it affect your case? Keep on reading to find out.
If you plan on taking action following a car crash, you will most likely not be dealing with the liable motorist. Instead, you'll be dealing with their insurance carrier. Because California is an “at-fault” state, car accident victims are entitled to file a third-party claim with the reckless driver’s insurer.