When you are involved in an accident, you may assume that you will receive full compensation for your injuries because the other driver was clearly at fault. However, because some states have comparative negligence laws, the defendant might argue that you were partially at fault for your injuries. Without a great car accident attorney, your damages might be reduced substantially.
Understanding Comparative Fault Laws
Under comparative fault law, the fault that is assigned is a percentage set by a judge or jury. Read More»
It’s terrible to get into an accident on a motorcycle. Your body is more exposed and that means greater damage. If you’ve just been hit on one of these vehicles and negligence is at play, make sure you hire a motorcycle accident lawyer. They can help in the following ways.
If you plan on taking the driver that hit you to court for injuries after your motorcycle accident, you’ll need to prove fault. Read More»
If the threat of a lien on your property has you worried about being tossed out of your home and your past tax bills are high and not within your means to pay, you may be having difficulty holding down your job or feeling comfortable enough to relax with your family at the end of each day. Tax problems burden many people in the United States and without knowledge about tax laws, people may wind up losing their assets. Read More»
E-bikes have become very popular in recent years. They are affordable and environmentally friendly ways to commute to work, or just to have a good time driving around town. They are popular also due to the fact you don’t need to have a driver’s license or have insurance to operate them. Of course, what happens if you have been involved in an accident with an e-bike and were injured? Or, if you were the e-bike rider and were injured? Read More»
After getting arrested, you will likely feel relieved when the jail releases you, and you are on your way home. From there, though, you will still have to face the charges that caused you to get arrested and booked in jail. During this process, you might receive news that the court has a plea bargain for you to review. If you do not know what a plea bargain is, how it works, or why courts offer them, here are some things you should know. Read More»