Who Caused Your Motorcycle Accident -- And How Does It Affect Your Case?
9 March 2016
No matter how confident you feel on your motorcycle, the prospect of getting into an accident probably makes you cringe. But once it occurs, you have to know how the situation is likely to play out in court, which in turn hinges on whose fault the accident was. Here are some of the ways in which fault can impact the proceedings.
When It's Your Fault
Hitting a car or pedestrian with your motorcycle can be an absolute nightmare.
How Can An Attorney Prove Another Driver Was On Their Phone When An Accident Occurred?
27 January 2016
Showing that another party is at fault for your accident will help you recover money for your medical expenses and lost wages. However, if you are able to show the other party was negligent, you may also be able to recoup punitive damages. One of the ways a party can be negligent is by talking or texting on their cell phone. However, proving they were on their phone can be challenging.
Defective Brakes And Trucking Accidents: Proving Who Is At Fault
30 December 2015
A study in 2007 by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration showed that brake failure was the most commonly associated factor in large truck crashes. Sadly, thousands of truck accidents occur every year due to this simple mechanical failure, causing serious injuries and fatalities on American roads. Nonetheless, if a truck collides with your car due to brake failure, how do you decide who is to blame for the accident? Find out here.
5 Reasons You Might Have A Difficult Time Winning A Personal Injury Case
29 December 2015
If you were left with injuries from a car accident and would like to sue the other party involved, it will require filing a personal injury lawsuit against the person. While you can do this alone, filing a lawsuit is always easier when you hire a lawyer to represent you. Having a lawyer may help you win; however, there are several common reasons people lose personal injury cases. Here are five of the reasons you might have a hard time winning your case.