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What You Should Know About Demand Letters in a Personal Injury Case

When you file an insurance claim for an injury caused by the negligence of another, you may be required to send the insurance company a written statement in which you list what your demands for compensation are. Below, the South Bend personal injury… Read More

Can I Still Recover Compensation for Minor Injuries?

Not all car accidents result in serious injuries or death. Some only result in minor injuries that many people do not believe warrant filing an injury claim. You still have the right to file a claim for compensation after these accidents. It is important… Read More

How Does the Mediation Process Work?

There are several ways two sides can attempt to resolve a civil matter, such as a personal injury dispute. The most common approach is agreeing to a settlement. However, there are a few other methods to achieve an agreement, such as mediation. Below,… Read More

What is the Difference Between a Verdict and a Settlement?

When there is a civil dispute between two parties, there are essentially two ways to solve it: an out-of-court settlement or a lawsuit. If both parties can reach an agreement on the value of the claim, it may be possible to reach a settlement. If both… Read More

Importance of Keeping up with Medical Treatment After a Car Accident

There are many important steps to take after suffering an injury. Perhaps one of the most vital steps is to seek medical treatment after the accident. But did you know that continuing medical treatment is just as important? Below, the South Bend car… Read More

Do I Need to Undergo an Independent Medical Examination for my Injury Claim?

An Independent Medical Examination (IME) is almost precisely what its name suggests: a medical exam. However, it is not exactly independent. That is because the doctor who performs this exam is being paid by the insurance company and is more likely to… Read More

Can I Switch Personal Injury Lawyers if I am not Happy with the One I Have Now?

If you are thinking about switching to a new attorney during an injury claim, there are some things you should know before making a change. You have the right to do this, but you want to be sure you are making the right decision.   The personal injury… Read More

How Can an Expired Tag Affect my Accident Claim?

Driving with an expired vehicle registration is against the law, so you may have questions about filing a claim if you are involved in an accident while your tag is expired. The good news is you may still have legal options. The car accident attorneys… Read More

Who May Be Liable for an Accident Caused by a Sudden Medical Emergency?

When a car accident happens, determining fault is usually straightforward. Generally, one driver is negligent and causes a crash after running a red light or stop sign, following too closely, improperly changing lanes, speeding, etc., which results in… Read More

Who May Be Liable for an Accident During Winter Weather?

Every year, 24 percent of weather-related accidents happen due to snow, slush or ice on pavements, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. Another 15 percent occur during sleet or snowfall. A few factors may need to be reviewed to determine… Read More