How to Settle a Car Accident Claim Without a Lawyer
Posted in California,Car Accidents on April 18, 2019
Car accidents are a very common occurrence throughout the U.S., and while some result in devastating injuries and catastrophic economic losses, others may only involve a few hundred dollars worth of vehicle repairs. When a driver experiences a car accident, he or she will likely wonder whether it is best to hire a motor vehicle… read more
How to Find out If Someone Has Car Insurance
Posted in California,Car Accidents,Personal Injury on February 25, 2019
Car accidents can be stressful occurrences, especially if you were not at-fault. Under California law, you must collect the at-fault driver’s insurance information in order to collect compensatory damages for your losses, such as medical expenses and property damages. However, if the other driver refuses to give insurance information or does not have insurance, the… read more
Do You Have to Report a Car Accident in California?
Posted in California,Car Accidents,Personal Injury on February 18, 2019
When you get into a car accident in California, you must report the crash to law enforcement under certain circumstances. Reporting a car accident is the first step to collecting compensatory damages for your losses in the situation, such as medical expenses and property damage. Following the reporting rules could have a major impact on… read more
Can I Sue a Rental Car Company for an Accident?
Posted in California,Car Accidents,Personal Injury on September 24, 2018
Accidents happen – even when you’re on vacation and driving a rental a car. Whether you’re the party driving the rental vehicle or on the other side of the crash, you need to know what involvement of a rental vehicle could mean for your claim in California. Accidents with rentals are unique and can be… read more
Is California a No-Fault State for Auto Insurance?
Posted in California,Car Accidents,Personal Injury on September 14, 2018
When it comes to auto insurance and car accident claims, there are “fault” and “no-fault” states. California is a fault state, or tort state. In other words, it is not a no-fault state for auto insurance. Understanding what the state’s fault laws mean for you as either the at-fault or not-at-fault party can help you… read more