Evidence That Can Be Gathered And Used To Prove You Are Not At Fault After An Auto Accident

If you find yourself involved in a car accident that is not your fault, then you should know that certain evidence taken at the accident scene can go a long way towards proving your innocence. While this is true, you also may need to gather evidence after the fact to prove that the other driver was at fault. There are certain types of evidence that can help you. Keep reading to understand what they are. [Read More]

Personal Injury Settlements: 3 Things To Discuss With An Attorney When Looking At A Structured Settlement

When filing a personal injury claim, your attorney will normally recommend that you consider settling with the other party instead of taking the case to court. You might not get as great of a deal or as large of a compensation if you are to take the case to court, and you might also be charged a higher contingency fee rate for the extra amount of hours that the attorney will need to put in. [Read More]

Hitting A Pedestrian: It's Not Always Your Fault

When it comes to a vehicle based personal injury case that also involves a pedestrian, most people naturally assume that the person at fault is always the driver of the vehicle, and for good reason. Most of the time, the driver in the case is usually at fault for such accidents and as such, is liable for any injuries incurred by the pedestrian. However, the claim that the pedestrian always has the right of way is simply not the case, and there are some instances where a pedestrian will be found to be liable for damages incurred by the vehicle. [Read More]