The Differences Between Driver, Rental, Bus and Ride-Sharing Liabilities on the Road

If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident and wish to file a personal injury claim against the at-fault party, you must prove that party’s liability. However, the evidence you need to collect and the strategies you employ to prove liability often varies depending on the defendant. Below is an overview of several examples of defendants in an auto accident case and liability issues that could arise for each of them.

Steps to Take at the Scene of Your Car Accident

The immediate aftermath of a car accident can be a whirlwind of stress and anxiety, and it can be understandably difficult for you to quickly get your emotions and senses under control. However, there are certain steps you must take after a crash to protect yourself in the event you will become involved in a personal injury claim, whether it’s as a plaintiff or defendant.

How Whiplash Can Cause Serious, Long-Term Neck Injuries

Whiplash is the most common term used for a category of injuries that result from a sudden back-and-forth motion of the neck—something that’s quite common in car accidents. However, whiplash has gotten something of a bad rap in popular culture, thanks to depictions in movies and television shows of money-seeking plaintiffs exaggerating their injuries with […]