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