14 January 2015
After someone backs into your car and leaves you with a huge dent, the driver may tell you that he or she would prefer settling this matter without filing an insurance claim. This is a legal option to choose, but it is not always the best option. Drivers commonly do this to avoid having accidents on their driving records, but you may want to think twice before you agree to it.
7 January 2015
If you're offered a settlement package for your injuries, you need to consider more than the cash amount. An injury may lead to an unstable financial future unless the settlement amount is far more than you plan on making for the rest of your life. For more reasonable settlement amounts, negotiate for services such as transition assistance and job training to meet your legal opponent in the middle of the cost battle.
5 January 2015
The insurance company that you file a claim with following an accident might ask for an examination with an independent medical examiner. The examiner is chosen by the insurance company, but is allegedly independent. In the event that you receive a negative report from the examiner, there are a few things you can do to counter it. Obtain a Copy The insurance adjuster will contact you after receiving the report from the medical examiner to discuss the results.
30 December 2014
Injuries from an automobile accident can be expensive to treat and put you out of work for a while. If you are in such a situation, you may be able to sue and get compensated from the driver responsible for the accident. Below, discover what an accident lawyer can do to help you get compensated and how to hire one when you don't have a lot of money. How Can a Lawyer Help an Accident Victim Get Compensated?