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Can I File a Claim if My Airbags Did Not Deploy in the Crash?

If you were hurt in a car crash, yet your airbags never deployed, you may be wondering if you can recover compensation for your injuries. Call the South Bend car accident lawyers today to discuss your accident and see how we may be able to help you file… Read More

Can Insurance Companies Hire a Private Investigator to Follow Me?

While insurance companies use several tactics to deny injury claims, hiring a private investigator to follow an accident victim may seem like the most underhanded strategy. It may feel like an invasion of your privacy and an infringement of your rights.… Read More

Can I Dispute the Denial of My Personal Injury Claim?

Car insurance companies often deny legitimate claims for compensation, leaving victims wondering what to do next. Not recovering compensation for medical expenses and other damages can be financially devastating. Victims may not be able to obtain the… Read More

Filing a Claim When Multiple Parties May be Liable for an Accident

When multiple parties are liable for damages caused by an accident, you may be able to pursue compensation from each responsible party. However, filing a claim may be more complicated than it would if you were filing a claim against one party.   That… Read More

Importance of Witness Statements in a Car Accident Claim

Car accident claims boil down to the case presented by the victim and the case presented by the insurance company and the insurance company’s policyholder. One factor that could tip things in favor of the crash victim is testimony from a witness, such… 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

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

What Factors into Liability for a Collision with Wildlife?

October through December is breeding season for deer, which means Indiana drivers are more likely to encounter them on the road. Wildlife on the roadways may cause collisions that result in serious injuries or damage to property, which raises the question… Read More

Pursuing Damages for a Car Accident Caused by an Unlicensed Driver

Pursuing compensation for a car accident caused by someone else’s reckless or careless behavior can be overwhelming. If the driver was also unlicensed, it may be especially complicated. You may wonder how, or if, you will be able pursue compensation for… Read More