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Hit and Run Car Accident? What You Need to Do Right Now

car accident legal advice

More than one hit-and-run accident happens every minute in the United States. Being the victim of a hit-and-run crash is extremely stressful because you often don’t know who is responsible for your damages. Even if you have insurance, it can be tricky to get them to cover the accident when there’s no other driver. Fortunately, […]

How to Get Started With a Wrongful Death Claim

wrongful death claim

Accidental injuries are the third-leading cause of death in the US. From medical malpractice to defective products to personal injuries, nearly 175,000 people die from accidents each year.  If you lost a loved one to an accidental injury, you may be wondering how you will support your family, pay their medical bills, and have a […]

Caught Up in a Motorcycle Accident? Here’s What You Need to Do Now

Man Injured in Motorcycle Crash on Evans Avenue and Napoleon Street [San Francisco, CA]

84,000 motorcyclists were injured in crashes in the United States in 2019. Motorcycle accidents are often more serious than car accidents and lead to more severe injuries. If you are ever in a motorcycle accident, knowing what to do next can ensure your rights are protected. If you’re injured in a motorcycle accident, you may […]

Step By Step What To Do After an Auto Accident

A driver will need to file an insurance claim every 17.9 years for an auto accident. 77% of all drivers have been in an auto accident. If you plan to travel by car more than 1,000 miles, your chances of being in a car accident are 1 in 366.  The statistics are not in your favor. […]

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