When you have been through an accident, concerns quickly mount as to how everything will get paid. Understanding just how much and how quickly you can be compensated is a necessary piece of being able to relax and heal.
You've seen the television commercials for years, promising free consultations and no cost unless you win. You may wonder if these offers are too good to be true, and if you can you trust the attorneys making these claims. No one really gives anything away for free - do they?
The suddenness of a car accident can be shocking enough to cause you and other involved drivers to panic and think irrationally. It’s times like these where your actions can make the aftermath either difficult or easy. Most drivers have a general idea of the process that follows an accident, but what are the things you should never do?
Immediately following an accident, the shock, possible pain, and heightened emotions of those involved can conspire to overwhelm even the best of us. But familiarizing yourself with a simple plan of action now can help to save you unnecessary trouble in the moment.
When you are injured at work, many questions arise. During this stressful time, a workers' compensation attorney can provide clear direction and guidance when you need it most.
Not every accident necessitates attorney involvement. But if you have sustained a serious injury that has significantly impacted your health and life, hiring a personal injury attorney can benefit you in many ways - and not all of them are financial.
It's not hard to see that there are a lot more drivers on our roads lately - and there are more arriving every year. This makes it even more critical to ensure that you are protected while driving, and that includes having sufficient car insurance to cover any unexpected accidents or incidents.
Hurricane season officially begins today; June 1st; and with it comes the annual threat of storms and flooding that many of us are familiar with when living in South Florida.
The aftermath of a motor vehicle collision is always stressful, even when the accident is minor. In addition to calling the police, you may have to call a tow truck, arrange to fix your vehicle, exchange information with the other motorists involved, take photographs of the scene, and file an insurance claim. […]
Police determined a 27-year-old man was traveling west on Colonial Drive in a Honda Accord when he T-boned a Suzuki SUV that was turning left on Hastings Street. Authorities claim the man was speeding at the time.