So You Panicked And Left The Scene Of An Accident—Now What?

Millions of automobile accidents occur in the United States every year, many of which end or ruin the lives of the people involved. Accidents happen quickly and panic usually ensues, and if that's the reason you fled an accident scene, although your emotional state would be understandable, the act is still criminal. Leaving the scene of an accident, especially one where bodily harm took place, could mean felony charges for you. Read More 

Four Injuries That May Show Up Days After Your Motorcycle Accident

If you are in a motorcycle accident and are able to walk away from the scene, you should consider yourself very lucky. As you likely know, many motorcycle accidents are either fatal or result in very serious, life-threatening injuries. But just because you feel somewhat okay immediately after the accident does not mean you are not injured. There are a few common motorcycle accident injuries that start to show symptoms a day or a few days post-accident. Read More 

Tips For Increasing Your Car Accident Settlement

If the pain and loss from your car accident weren't bad enough, now you are stuck spending endless hours on the phone arguing with your insurance company trying to negotiate a fair settlement. Unfortunately, most insurance companies will put off settling for as long as possible and then make you a lowball offer in hopes you will jump at the chance to finish the settlement process and get on with your life. Read More 

Determining Liability In A Truck Accident Caused By Improper Loading

Improper loading increases the risk of a truck accident in more ways than one. For example, it may interfere with weight distribution on the truck or lead to cargo falling off the truck. It's important to consult with a semi truck crash attorney to see who may be held responsible for your accident. Here are some of the parties that may be liable for such an accident: Truck Drivers In most cases of automobile accidents, the driver is likely to be at least partially liable for the damages. Read More 

Five Tips For Car Accident Victims With Ongoing Whiplash Symptoms

Whiplash after a car accident is not uncommon, and in most cases, the soreness and stiffness fades away within a week or so. But what if it doesn't? If it has been more than a week since your car accident and you are still struggling with pain, stiffness, soreness, and an inability to use your neck properly, then you may be dealing with chronic whiplash. Here are five things you should do ASAP. Read More