If you were injured in an auto accident that someone else caused, you may be wondering what your injury case will be worth. Here are some things that will impact your accident settlement.
Total Medical Bills
The first thing you need to look at is your total medical bills for your injury. This includes all medical bills that you’ve received up to the point that you are ready to settle your case or take it to trial and all of the potential future medical bills that you will receive. Read More»
Motorcycle accidents are often an awful experience for the involved parties. However, mistakes happen, and you might find yourself involved in an accident. Whatever happens in the first few minutes after the accident is crucial for your motorcycle lawyer to build a case against the negligent rider. The steps you take after the crash can determine how far you can go with your compensation claim. Many victims often make mistakes and jeopardize their negotiation power when seeking a payout, compromising their claims. Read More»
Pedestrians can be uniquely vulnerable to accidents while they are walking on the sidewalk or crossing the street. Understanding your rights as a victim in these types of cases may involve correcting a few assumptions that are often made by these victims.
Assumption: Only Accidents With Cars Are Worth Pursuing For Pedestrians
Assuming that pedestrians should only pursue accident cases with cars is one of the most common mistakes that the victims can make. Read More»