We get a lot of good questions from readers, so we thought we would put together a list of a few inquiries that seem to crop up pretty often (just click on the link to read the answers).
It depends on which insurance company is asking -- yours or the other driver's. Here's what you need to know.
Fault for a rear-end accident isn't usually disputed, and settlements are routine. Here is what you need to consider to figure out if what the insurance company is offering is fair, and whether it is in your best interest to accept the offer.
After you've received that first offer to settle your car accident case, you've got a number of options.
If the pain, discomfort, and limitations related to your injuries affect your daily life, it can be difficult to place a dollar figure on those kinds of losses, but that's exactly what "pain and suffering" damages are intended to do.
We answer a very common question regarding time limits on filing a lawsuit after a car accident.
A whiplash injury (probably better to call it a neck strain) is common after a car accident, but it isn't always easy to put a dollar value on these kinds of claims.
Signing a release of liability is a critical stage of the car accident injury settlement process, and it's a move that can't be undone. Here's what you need to know.
A look at an injured bicyclist's options after getting injured in a traffic accident.
When the amount of money you owe on your car exceeds the "actual cash value" the car insurance company gave you, what can you do?
Everyone wants to know how their car insurance premium will be affected after they make a car accident claim.
If you've received your copy of the police report, and it contains an error or is missing key information, here's what you can do.