Whenever a car accident occurs, one of the key things all parties involved will try to figure out is who is at fault for causing the accident. Whoever is found to be the at-fault driver will be the one responsible for paying for the damages through his or her car insurance, and that is why it is vital to figure this out when settling a car accident. To determine who is at fault, you can look at the evidence available from the accident scene; however, negligence laws also play a role in this too.
27 May 2019
A typical car accident is usually scrutinized by a number of investigators, and all of them can help you with your car accident claim. Here are some of the Insurance Investigations Your auto insurance company or the insurance company of other parties involved in the accident are some of the parties you are certain will investigate the accident. Their aim is to prove who is liable for the accident, hopefully, another party other than their client so that the liable party can settle the damages.
3 April 2018
Many states will suspend or revoke people's licenses after they've been arrested or convicted of DUIs, depending on the circumstances of the case. However, that's not the only thing the government can use to prevent people, primarily multiple offenders, from getting on the road again. Here are two things that may happen to you if you're arrested for a second, third, or fourth DUI. Shredded License Plate In some states, when you are pulled over for a DUI, police officers have the authority to confiscate your license plate and shred it.
27 January 2018
When a deceased person leaves behind their estate, understanding everything involved can seem overwhelming. If a loved one has left their estate to you, you know this firsthand. One of the major areas of confusion has to do with potential tax implications. Make sure you know what you could be facing. $5.49M Is the Magic Number Based on federal guidelines, $5.49M is the amount that sends an estate into tax implication territory.
17 July 2017