Many view Memorial Day weekend as the unofficial opening of the summer season, as we honor those in the military. With the many travelers expected to be out on Memorial Day weekend, it is normal to question if it is a dangerous time to be on the roads. On Memorial Day weekend, travelers around the[…] Read More
Month: May 2022
Is Shoulder Pain Common After a Car Accident?
Some injuries are more common than others, particularly from a car accident. Connected to the neck and back, the shoulder area is often injured by the sheer impact of a crash, as the driver or passenger put their arm out to brace themselves. Because it is such a complex structure, shoulder injuries are not always[…] Read More
How Long Do I Have to File a Car Accident Claim?
You might be physically incapacitated due to injuries from a car accident. If so, that would be a good reason why you did not file an accident claim right away. The medical diagnosis and records of your medical treatment and costs would affirm your inability to file a claim immediately following an accident. However, in[…] Read More
Am I Liable If a Medical Condition Caused a Car Accident?
Figuring out liability for a car accident caused by a driver suffering a medical condition is easy if your insurance is a no-fault policy (available in about dozen states), especially if there aren’t a great deal of expenses incurred. If you are not seriously injured, and expenses acquired as a result of the accident don’t[…] Read More
Who Is Liable if My Friend Crashes My Car?
You might assume if a friend drives your car and crashes it, then their auto insurance policy will cover the damages. However, that is not the case. Auto insurance policies follow the vehicle in the event of an accident. If you are the primary name on your car’s insurance policy, then you are on the[…] Read More