David J. Berg was a personal injury litigator for 22 years who handled maritime, Longshore, and general personal injury cases throughout New England and nationwide. After twenty-plus years of fighting defendants and their insurance companies, he decided to leave litigation and now specializes in legal research and writing for lawyers and the general public. He is a graduate of the Syracuse University College of Law and is a member of several state bars.
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Articles By David Berg
In a case involving a collision with a commercial truck, there are a number of people and entities that you might be able to sue.
Roberta is driving in the right lane of the 10 freeway in Los Angeles, but there is heavy traffic, so she has to slow down. The driver behind Roberta doesn’t slow down fast enough, and rear-ends Roberta so that her car gets pushed into the vehicle in front of her. Roberta was wearing a seat belt, but feels immediate neck pain as soon as the collision occurs.
A look at potential criminal charges and lawsuit liability if you're convicted of DUI in connection with an accident.
If your teen gets into a car accident that is his or her fault, you can expect your car insurance to soar.
If you have no insurance and cause a car accident, you may have to pay what years worth of monthly insurance premiums would have cost.
Here's an idea of what a car accident insurance settlement might look like in New York.
If you get into a car accident, who might you need to notify?
If someone runs a stop sign and hits you, you still need to prove that the other driver actually ran the stop sign. Your word may not be enough, especially if the other driver denies fault.
If two cars collide in a parking lot, how do you prove fault? Here's a look at different types of parking lot car incidents.
Read this real-world settlement example to get an idea of how your Wisconsin car accident claim might turn out.