In car accident injury cases, as in other legal cases, judges make their decisions based on the strength of the evidence presented to them. The testimony and reports of medical expert witnesses are often a deciding factor in personal […]
Driving safely means paying attention to a lot of things at the same time. You must keep your eyes on the road ahead of you, but also check your rearview and side-view mirrors at the right times, looking at […]
You’re trying to drive to work when all of a sudden, someone runs the stop sign and hits you right on the passenger side of your car. Lucky for you it was your passenger side so you’re fine other […]
In most car accidents, each driver thinks that the accident is the other driver’s fault. This is obvious in roadside shouting matches, police reports, and statements given to insurance companies. In fact, most accidents are partially the fault of […]
Minor car accidents are merely an inconvenience; the damage they cause can either be reversed or will eventually fade away. If you get into a fender-bender when you first learn to drive, your parents might be mad that your […]
It always feels good to get a check in the mail, even if it is too little, too late. It still feels good to deposit the check in the bank when your health insurance company reimburses you for a […]
As attorneys who regularly practice and represent clients in car accident cases here in Rhode Island, one of the most common questions we receive from clients is how we will decide whether to settle or go to court for […]
Have you ever experienced the heart-pounding moments after a car collision?
If you’ve ever been there, then you know how those first minutes are full of confusion and shock. What are you supposed to do following a car wreck?
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There is no question the government regulations can dictate a significant amount of safety on U.S. roads. For example, while nighttime crashes have the highest death rate for drivers and pedestrians, it is widely known that the headlights currently […]
According to the World Health Organization, road traffic fatalities are now the leading cause of death amongst children and young adults between the ages of five and 29 around the world. In 2016, they resulted in more than 1.3 […]