If I Rear End Someone, Is It Always My Fault?

A toy car sits on a gavel base beside a gavel with scales in the background and the words "Rear End Collisions"

It is a common myth that when you rear-end someone, it is always your fault. It is easy to see why this would be the case, but it is not necessarily true. There are many instances in which rear-ending someone could be considered the other driver’s fault, but you may need to take some extra steps to […]

How to Make Car Accident Police Reports in Texas

A white car that has been in a car accident sits on the highway shoulder beside the words "Car Accident Police Reports"

If you are involved in a car accident in Texas resulting in property damage exceeding $1000, injuries, or death, you are obligated by Texas law to report the accident to the police within 10 days from the date of the collision. Consequences of failing to report a vehicle crash to law enforcement include a $5000 fine or […]

What to Do after a Car Accident – South Carolina

A red car that has been in a wreck sits behind a gavel, under the words "South Carolina Car Accidents"

No matter how responsible a driver you are, you’re likely to find yourself in a traffic accident at least once or twice. In fact, the average driver is involved in a crash on three occasions in his or her lifetime. The first few moments after a car accident are terrifying. You experience a quick rush of emotions — […]

Choosing the Right Attorney for a Car Accident Case

A gavel and Personal injury scroll sit atop a law book

If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident, your world has changed in an instant. You don’t know when or whether you’ll work again, or how bills will get paid. You no longer have transportation. While recuperating and in pain, you’re also worried about the accident and its repercussions. In such a situation, choosing […]

Realizing Your Injuries Days After an Accident

A Flow Chart shows the Personal injury claim process

One of the principles of accident law is to document any injuries as soon as possible. The attending physician needs to create a medical report detailing the extent of damage done. This report is an essential part of winning a personal injury lawsuit. The courts look favorably upon plaintiffs, the victims, who can provide concrete […]

When It’s Snowy Time Down South

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Snowmageddon. Snowzilla. A couple of feet of snow and people around DC talk about it like the end of the world. Even a light snowfall terrifies people; drivers skid off the road and schools close. Buses are canceled. When plows finally get there, they dump snow on the sidewalks so that people can’t even walk […]