A car accident can happen in the blink of an eye. You can go from waiting at a stop light one second to a collision the next. You can go from driving down the road to bracing for impact in an instant. Even a minor accident can feel overwhelming. You may never have been in an accident and may not have any idea what to do next. You may have been in an accident before, but in the moment, you might forget what to do. Here are 5 things that you need to remember right after you’ve been in a collision:
In our previous blog post on tort law, we discussed the two cornerstones of all tort law: liability and quantum. This blog post aims to provide a specific overview of the concept of liability, particularly in the context of personal injury law.
If you have been involved in a motor vehicle collision, your doctor or dentist may have mentioned TMJ to you. You may have been referred to a TMJ specialist or be undergoing treatment for a TMJ injury. This blog post will explore the different types of TMJ injuries and how they relate to the minor injury “cap”, particularly in light of recent changes to the MIR.
If you’ve been involved in motor vehicle collision, you probably have a lot on your mind. Your vehicle may be damaged. You or your passengers may be injured. You may be unable to work due to your injuries. You may have expenses piling up. Most of all, you may have a lot of questions. What are your legal rights? What are your options?
As we share our roads, sidewalks, and crosswalks with one another collisions can, and do, happen. If you are a pedestrian or a cyclist who has been hit by a car, here are 4 things that you need to know:
Do you sue the other car driver/owner’s insurance company?
There is a common misconception that when you initiate a law suit for losses and injuries suffered as a result of a car accident that you will be suing the other side’s insurance company.