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Who Is Liable in a Sideswipe Accident?
March 20, 2023 | Car Accident,Laws
Understanding liability after an accident occurs is crucial, particularly for those who need to recover compensation for their injuries or property damage expenses. However, figuring out liability after a sideswipe accident can be challenging due to the nature of the incident. There are various ways that these accidents occur, and a thorough investigation needs to… read more
Who Is Liable In a Construction Zone Accident?
March 17, 2023 | Car Accident,Laws
Construction zones crop up regularly on and around roadways. Even though government entities and construction companies typically take reasonable measures to ensure driver safety, there are times when accidents occur. In some cases, these accidents can occur due to the negligence of other drivers, but liability could fall to a construction company or a government… read more
Who Is Liable in a Head-On Collision?
March 13, 2023 | Car Accident,Laws
Head-on collisions often result in catastrophic injuries for those involved. There are various ways that head-on collisions occur, and determining liability is essential so that crash victims can recover compensation for their injuries and property damage losses. Here, we want to discuss the complex liability issues revolving around West Virginia head-on collisions. How Head-on Collisions… read more
Witness Statement for a Car Accident
February 14, 2023 | Car Accident
One of the most important things individuals can do after a vehicle accident is to get the names and contact information of any eyewitnesses who saw the incident. This can include bystanders near the scene of the incident as well as drivers and passengers in other vehicles. Witness statements can be valuable tools when it… read more
What Happens When a Medical Condition Causes a Car Accident?
February 7, 2023 | Car Accident
There are a variety of types of medical conditions that could cause a car accident. However, if a medical condition does cause an accident, how does liability work? Is the person who had a medical condition responsible for the incident? Will any injury or property damage victim be able to file a lawsuit to recover… read more
The Difference Between Negligent and Reckless Driving
January 20, 2023 | Car Accident
On the surface, it may seem like the definitions of “negligent driving” and “reckless driving” are the same thing, but they do have major differences when it comes to vehicle accidents and liability. Here, we want to break down the difference between negligent and reckless driving, and we also want to discuss the prospects of… read more
How Long After a Car Accident Can You Claim Injury?
October 24, 2022 | Car Accident,Personal Injury
Understanding when to file an injury claim after a car accident is crucial. In general, claims need to be made to the insurance carrier as soon as possible. In fact, insurance carriers often have strict reporting lines of a day or two after the incident occurs to report the incident. However, there are times when… read more
Who Pays for Medical Bills After a Car Accident?
October 17, 2022 | Car Accident,Personal Injury
If you or somebody you care about has been injured in a vehicle accident caused by the negligence of another driver, it is absolutely crucial that you recover compensation for your medical bills. Medical care can become costly, but it can be challenging to understand who actually pays the medical bills after an accident occurs…. read more
October 10, 2022 | Car Accident,Insurance Bad Faith
Individuals rely on auto insurance to help cover their expenses after a crash occurs. However, there are times when individuals are making payments on a new vehicle or leasing a vehicle, and they need additional insurance assistance to cover all of the expenses due to depreciation. Here, our accident attorneys in Martinsburg want to discuss… read more
What Happens When Your Car Is Totaled?
October 3, 2022 | Car Accident
There are various ways that a car could become totaled after an accident occurs. In some cases, vehicles are totaled after they sustained devastating damage, but there are times when vehicles that do not look horribly damaged will still be considered totaled. This all depends on determining the value of the vehicle and the cost… read more