After a Car Accident: First StepsMore
After a Car Accident: First Steps
After a Car Accident: 6 Steps to Take
Protect yourself and your car accident claim with this post-accident checklist.
Why You Should See a Doctor ASAP: Pain/Symptoms After a Car Crash
It's crucial to get necessary medical care after a car accident, not just from a health standpoint.
When Do You Need A Lawyer For Your Car Accident Claim?
If your car accident resulted in significant injuries, or key issues like fault are in real dispute, having a lawyer on your side can be crucial.
Learn more about how to decide if you need a car accident lawyer, what a car accident lawyer can do for you, and how to find an experienced car accident lawyer you can trust.
At the Scene of a Car Accident: What to DoMore
At the Scene of a Car Accident: What to Do
At a Car Accident Scene, Gather Information and Write It Down
If you are injured or your vehicle is damaged, here's the information you should try to get your hands on at the scene of your car accident.
Police Reports In Car Accident Claims
A police report can be an important piece of the fault puzzle in a car accident case.
Never Flee the Scene of a Car Accident—Here's Why
A look at your legal obligations after an accident, and the penalties you may face if you flee the scene.
Car Accident Settlements and Demand LettersMore
Car Accident Settlements and Demand Letters
How Rear-End Collision Settlements Work
Most rear-end car accident injury claims settle, but while fault might be obvious, claim value isn't always clear.
Car Accident Settlement Calculator
Get an estimate of what your car accident settlement amount could be.
Tips for Negotiating a Settlement After a Car Accident
Expert tips for handling settlement negotiations in your car accident case.
Common Car Accident InjuriesMore
Common Car Accident Injuries
Late-Appearing Car Accident Injuries
It can take a while for some car accident injuries to show up. Here's what to look for and what to do.
State Car Accident Laws and Insurance RequirementsMore
State Car Accident Laws and Insurance Requirements
Making an illegal U-turn can mean a traffic ticket in California, and if it leads to a car accident, you'll have a harder time escaping liability.
When Can I Cross a Double Yellow Line in California?
You may be able to fight your ticket for crossing a double yellow line.
New York No-Fault Auto Insurance Laws and Regulations
New York is one of around a dozen states that follow a "no-fault" system when it comes to compensation for car accident injuries.
Proving Fault for Car AccidentsMore
Proving Fault for Car Accidents
Proving Fault In a Car Accident Case
Assigning liability for a car accident isn’t about what you think, it’s about what you can prove.
Legal Consequences of a Hit and Run Accident
In this article, we'll take a look at what drivers are legally obligated to do after a car accident, and we'll also discuss the potential penalties stemming from a hit and run accident.
How Police Reports Establish Fault for a Car Accident
If you've been involved in an automobile accident, it's in your best interests to call the police and have them come to the scene so that the incident is documented in a police report -- no matter who you think is at fault for the crash.
Fault for Rear-End Car Accidents
When one vehicle rear-ends another, the fault for the crash usually -- but not always -- lies with the tailing driver.
Car Accidents: Determining Liability in a Parking Lot
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.
Car Accident Insurance CoverageMore
Car Accident Insurance Coverage
What Is No-Fault Car Insurance?
Whether it's required in your state or you've added it to your policy, no-fault or "personal injury protection" (PIP) coverage can make things easier after a car accident.
What Car Insurance Coverage is Right for You?
What kind of car insurance coverage is right for you? In this article, we’ll take a close look at each option: Do you need it? And if so, how much coverage do you need?
Contacting Your Car Insurance Company After an Accident
Your car insurance company has a legal right to know about any car accident that might lead to a claim under your coverage.
Car Accidents and the Lawsuit ProcessMore
Car Accidents and the Lawsuit Process
Car Accident Lawsuits: An Overview
What do you do if you can't settle your car accident claim with the other driver's insurance company? You probably have to file a lawsuit in court.
Special and General Damages in Car Accident Cases
If you’re hurt in a car accident, any settlement or court award will usually include two main types of compensation.
How Long Do You Have to File a Claim After a Car Accident?
After a car accident, it's important to pay strict attention to the statute of limitations for injury claims in your state.
Anatomy of a Car Accident Case
Being involved in an auto accident is a terrifying experience and it is important to understand that there are steps you should take to ensure the legitimacy of your claim and to protect yourself.
Depositions in Car Accident Cases
If you file a car accident case in regular civil court (not small claims), you can expect that you will have to give a deposition. You may also take a deposition of the other driver . . . or of any other witnesses.
Other Common Vehicle AccidentsMore
Other Common Vehicle Accidents
Legal Options for Pedestrians Hit By a Car
An injured pedestrian's options often hinge on who else was involved in the accident and each party’s share of fault.
What Happens If I Hit a Pedestrian?
Learn what you need to do (or not do) to avoid making matters worse if you are involved in a pedestrian-car accident.
Commercial Truck Accident Lawsuits
An accident with a commercial truck often means a higher likelihood of serious injury, higher insurance policy limits, and more complex liability rules.
Motorcycle Accidents: The Basics
An overview of what to expect when making an injury claim after a motorcycle accident.
Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycle riding comes with unique risks, but many motorcycle accidents share a common cause.
Hit by a Drunk Driver: What are My Legal Options?
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), more than ten thousand people were killed in alcohol-related car accidents in 2010. Alcohol-related accidents comprise almost one-third of all car accidents in the country.