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Can I Still File a Claim if a Minor is at Fault for My Accident?

Teenagers can be very dangerous behind the wheel of a car. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), about 33 percent of high school students nationwide admitted to texting and driving at some point while 12 percent of distracted… Read More

How is the Value of My Vehicle Determined by the Insurance Company?

If you were involved in a serious crash and your vehicle was determined to be a total loss, you may be wondering how the insurance company will pay for the damage to the vehicle, or if you are covered for a replacement. Below, learn more about how insurance… Read More

Can Insurers Request Medical Records Unrelated to a Personal Injury?

If you are injured in a car accident and seek medical treatment, the insurance company will likely request access to your medical records. It may be in your best interest to provide at least some of your records to show the treatments you are receiving… Read More

How GAP Insurance May Help You After a Serious Car Crash

If your vehicle is declared a total loss after a crash, your insurance company should cut you a check for the market value. However, what happens if you still owe more on the loan or lease than what your car is worth? How do you pay off the loan or lease? This… Read More

Determining Fault for Collisions with Disabled Vehicles

Collisions with broken down vehicles are more common than you might think - one in five accidents happen on the shoulder or roadside. Below, learn more about how these accidents happen and who may be at fault. While the driver who crashes into the disabled… Read More

Liability in Chain Reaction Car Accidents in Texas

A chain reaction car accident is one where three or more vehicles are involved in the accident and more than one person may be at fault. Vehicles often suffer multiple impacts, which is why injuries from chain reaction accidents can be quite severe and… Read More

Can a Missing Police Report Affect My Car Accident Claim?

While a police report is not always required after a crash, especially for minor car accidents with no injuries, not having one could complicate a car accident claim. Below, learn more about this issue, including state law on filing police reports after… Read More

Why Do Some Car Accident Claims Go to Trial?

Although most car accident cases are settled out of court, sometimes your lawyer may need to take your case to trial to recover maximum compensation. Below, learn more about some of the most common reasons a lawyer may want to take a claim to trial. It… Read More

Questions Injury Victims Often Have When Searching for a Car Crash Lawyer

Even if you have been in a car accident before, you may be unsure of what to do if it happens again. You may have a variety of questions, including questions about dealing with the insurance company, partial fault for the crash and hiring a lawyer. If… Read More

What Happens When a Car Crash Claim Exceeds the Limits of an Insurance Policy?

Even if drivers purchase more than the minimum required liability coverage, they may end up causing an accident that results in damages that exceed their liability coverage limits. When this happens, crash victims are often unsure if they will be able… Read More