Monthly Archives: April 2016

How Your Insurance Company SHOULD Treat You Following An Accident And What You Can Do When They Don’t!

Following a car accident, you will likely have to speak to two insurance companies to report the accident and give your account of what occurred: your own insurance company and the insurance company of the other driver. As the policyholder, your own insurance company will probably treat you better – at least that’s the way it should be. You are the customer whenever you purchase an insurance policy from an insurer. On the other hand, the other driver is the
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What is Comparative Negligence?

The law of comparative negligence (or comparative fault) is something you need to understand if you are planning to litigate your personal injury case. Comparative negligence can greatly affect the amount of compensation you receive once your case is settled or a verdict is returned. What Is Comparative Negligence? In essence, comparative negligence laws allow both parties involved in a personal injury suit to share responsibility for the accident. This means that as the injured party, you can still be
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