Monthly Archives: February 2016

Is There A Need to Report Minor Vehicle Accidents?

Minor vehicle accidents generally do not include injuries to passengers or drivers. These are often fender benders, which can occur at intersections when you stop for a red light and misjudge the distance between your car and the the car in front of you. These accidents also occur while backing out of a parking space. […]

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Car Insurance Coverage for Uninsured and UnderInsured Motorists At-Fault Explained

Having to deal with the after-effects of an automotive collision is most certainly stressful. Apart from attending to your injuries, if ever there are any, there is also the matter of handling the rising costs. Most likely, and depending on the severity of the accident, you won’t be the only one needing “repairs,” so to […]

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Proving Fault in a Car Accident

In a car accident, it is important to determine who was at fault. Although it may look obvious, knowing the rules that the driver violated is not as common as you think and proving fault is not so easy. Here are places to look for answers or “official support,” before you go to the insurance […]

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The Role of a Police Report in a Car Accident

It’s important to know what role a police report plays in a car accident, including  what they contain and why they matter. The responding officer to the scene of a car accident makes a police report containing all the information regarding the crash along with his opinion. Getting a police report is not difficult. You […]

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What Happens if a Medical Emergency Causes a Car Accident?

When a driver claims a medical emergency caused the car accident, you need to look into several factors. The “sudden medical emergency” defense is recognized in most states if proven to be the case, and absolves the driver of liability on the premise that he did not act in a negligent manner and cannot be […]

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The Different Roles of Car Insurance in Case of a Car Accident

It is most ideal that both you and the other party involved in the collision, should it occur, have sufficient car insurance coverage. That way, taking care of the matter becomes as simple as exchanging car insurance information. In reality, though, filing a claim against the other party’s insurance becomes a lot more tedious and […]

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